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Retouch images Effects

Abstract Retro Effects, Manipulate, Portrait, Retouch images Effects, Splatter Paint Effect
Manipulate a Portrait Photo to Create a Splatter Paint Effect  Final Product What You'll Be CreatingIn this tutorial, I will show you how to manipulate a portrait photo to create a splatter paint and drip effect in Photoshop. This tutorial will cover many techniques including overlay painting, blending, and coloring techniques. These techniques can also be re-used for many other projects. Let’s get started! Tutorial AssetsYou will need the following assets to complete this tutorial. Please download them before you begin. If they are not available, feel free to find alternatives.Stock PhotoTextureBrush Pack1. Placing the DocumentStep 1Create a new document at a size of your preference (I used 6000×8000 pixels) by going to File > New.Step 2Place your stock image into the do...
Create an old map of your location

Create an old map of your location

Dramatic effects, Older Effects, reetro Effect, Retouch images Effects, Vintage Artwork, Vintage Effcts
Put your city on the map in 4 layers. Create an artistic old map of your area. Here’s what you should be achieving:Step 1: Getting the actual mapGo to maps.yahoo.com, find your area and zoom in to a desired level—I went in somewhere between City and Street view in some area in Bucharest, Romania but you can also do a Country view. If your part of the world isn’t covered by yahoo maps, try google mapsor get a regular image of a map from the area you need.Hit the PrintScreen key, go in Photoshop and paste it in a new document and then Crop (C key) the image keeping only the desired part. Use the Patch Tool or the Healing Brush Tool to remove the center cross.Step 2: Applying the old paper texture to give it a vintage lookFor the second step you need an old grunge paper texture. I used th...

Retouch images in Photoshop with frequency separation

Retouch images Effects
Step 01In Photoshop, the first step is to ensure you're in 16-bit mode and, using your own photo, create two duplicate layers of your source image. Name the middle layer 'low frequency' and the top 'high frequency'. The bottom is your untouched image, which you may want to reference later.Step 02Select the low frequency layer. To create your frequency separated image, you need to remove all the detail from this layer. Select Gaussian Blur. The Radius setting determines the crossover point between your high and low detail layers. This should be the point at which very fine details like skin pores and eyelashes blur. Experiment until you're happy.Step 03Now select the high frequency layer, and go to Image>Apply Image. For Layer, select Low frequency from the drop-down menu, and f...