I love continuing to build my “bags of tricks” in Photoshop. This time, I purchased and followed a DVD by David Cuerdon called “Adobe Photoshop CS4 Beauty & Portrait Retouching Kit.” It’s not only very informative, it comes with a host of brushes, custom shapes, and color swatches that make photo retouching of people much […]
I solicited high-res photos from my online friends on a message board, and the first responder gave me photos of his baby. “300” is copyright Warner Brothers, not me! On top is the original photo.
I had so much fun with the photo retouching I did yesterday, I did another one today. I found this photo on Google images and attempted to take 20 years off her. What do you think?
This is just a quick post to share some Photoshop fun I had today. I found a random guy on Google and tweaked him a bit. The result is sort of graphic novel-ly.
Made popular by Apple, the “wet table” reflection effect is now so prevalent that we hardly notice it. That is, unless it’s botched due to a misunderstanding of how real reflections work. Avoid making the most common reflection errors in Photoshop by following these six rules: