Here well combine dancers with splashes to create a unique splash dance.
In the fourth and final installment of this series, Stephen Burns uses Photoshop to apply 3D lighting to the model and the photographic background that he has added behind it.
Corey Barker creates some desktop art for his computer using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
Give your 3D models more character by editing the model’s UV Maps in Photoshop using textures and blending modes.
Photomerge in Photoshop CS4 does an amazing job of aligning and blending panoramas, but occasionally you run into an image where theres a glitch that has to be fixed manually.
Stephen Burns moves 3D models between Lightwave and Photoshop and edits UV maps in this tutorial. Click here to watch Part 1 of this series. Look for Parts 3, and 4 coming soon!
This tutorial gets you started with importing 3D objects from third-party programs into Photoshop CS4′s 3D layers.
Learn how to integrate your images and Lightroom catalog information.
Create a Photoshop action so that when any image is opened it will automatically resize to fill the document window.
I love Photoshop techniques that offer all kinds of possibilities for experimentationand the following tutorial is a perfect example of one of those techniques.
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