Simple Photoshop surreal portrait effect using only 2 stock images.
Learn how to create a simple manipulation in Photoshop using brushes. In this Photoshop manipulation tutorial we’ll work with free stock images.
You can use any Photoshop version to create this manipulation. It’s very easy to create because there are no advanced photoshop techniques used on this tutorial.
In this new photoshop tutorial I’ll show you how to create an abstract portrait effect using filters.Resources and PSD free download: https://downloads.psdbox.com/posterized-portrait I will use Photoshop CC but any version of Photoshop can be used to create this abstract posterized effect because we will use traditional filters that should be available on all photoshop versions.
In this Photo editing tutorial I will show you how I edited a night shot of the Milky Way in Photoshop and Lightroom.
I will give you the RAW images straight from the camera so you can work with them and make your own edits.
For milky way photography and star photography in general I use the following settings on my camera:
– ISO: 800 or higher
– Aperture: as opened as possible f2.8 or wider
– Exposure time: 30 seconds ore more if I want to make star trails
If you want to take night time-lapse photography you need a remote trigger. Check out my setup and settings.
High end camera handle noise a lot better when using high ISO settings so the ISO depends on the camera that you have and also your own preferences.
Increasing the exposure more than 30 seconds will create movement on the stars which is not desirable so if you want a brighter foto increase the ISO or widen the aperture if you can.
The first thing you need is a good photo to start with so make sure you take multiple shots with different settings. Don’t trust what you see on the camera LCD screen, take a look at the histogram.
Also try different angles and shoot both horizontal and vertical. You will be surprised to see how much different is to see the milky way on vertical than in horizontal.
Create a beautiful night scene of a couple on a rooftop at night.
The difference between Canvass ssize and Image size in Photoshop is that when you change the canvas size you don’t affect the contents of the layers while with Image size you force the layers contents to lock to the boundaries of the new document size.
Stock image credit:
Shot by: ~octoberjoy on deviantART
Available as free high resolution stock image at : http://octoberjoy.deviantart.com/art/Studio-portrait-1-266536152