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Cool Image Tricks

Corey shows off some design techniques for Photoshop.

7 Comments

  • Chris says:

    I like this technique, but I would have blurred the tires as well otherwise it just looks as though the car is floating. Just to add a little more realism to it

  • bigsands says:

    Hi Corey,

    You are a dab hand with photoshop. When you have the time, please contact us for an assignment.

  • Gabe says:

    So, just selective color? Really cool idea though. Final image looks great, just not a selective color fan. Good tutorial though.

  • Anna says:

    I have not been watching your videos because there is no proper description. “Cool Image Tricks” what does that mean? “Corey shows off some design techniques for Photoshop.” Does that tell your audience anything about what is in the video? Not really. I don’t know what the video is about, so I skip it.

    How much longer does it take to write a real description?\

  • Sam says:

    Great tutorial! Thank you Corey!

  • PhotoLabs says:

    What a load of rubbish. It couldv’e been achieved without all this fuss. Ever heard of a vector masks? Typres need motion blur as well with an added extra layer with a slight radial blur with a bleend mode of multiply or verlay (with a lowered opacity).

    Try using the curves more extensively and use a high pass to bring out the car even more, you could have achieved a more crisp result than that. On the other hand, crop the image and do an out of bounds type effect for a more 3-D perspective.

  • Velkanzi says:

    Yellow? … really? Thank you for another great tutorial Corey. I like the way way you demonstrate how different tools in PS can be used together to create interesting results.

    @PhotoLabs
    Perhaps you could include a finished pic or two to show us what you mean. I for one would love to see them. Even a tutorial if you were feeling particularly generous.
    As for being rubbish, I don’t think it is in Corey’s job description to produce technically and artistically perfect pictures, but rather to teach and show what is possible using a wide range of the PS tool set.