Olga Miltsova One of the most common photography techniques is to shoot against a seamless white background to keep all the focus on the subject. This may be cool for a product catalogue, but when designing a website or brochure, a white background might not work.
This superfast tutorial will teach you how to give a vintage-esque matte effect to a photo in two easy steps. For this example, I’ll use this photo of a cute couple, but this effect should work on any sharp photo. 1. Curves Adjustment Layer First things first, let’s open the image in Photoshop.
Sometimes you just want those eyes to pop! In this quick tutorial, I’ll show you how to get those eyes sparkling so they can make the model in your Bigstock photo stand out and help your projects really shine. 1. Open your file in Photoshop and copy the Background layer.
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