Open the photo (or image) that you will use:
Let’s choose a color. When adding text to the picture, we will use the color from the photo. Open the “Color Picker”, using the “Eyedropper” select a dark tree on the barrel:
Select the Text tool. I am using the compressed Bernard MT Condensed font.
I am going to type “PHOTOSHOP CAFE” and drag the label onto the barrel:
The fastest way to resize text is to press Ctrl-T (or Command T on a Mac), hold down the Shift key, and then stretch the text to fit the barrel proportions: Continue reading
In this guide, I will tell you how to turn a simple photo of a car into something impressive. As well as how to choose a new background and place the car on it using Adobe Photoshop tools.
The two photographs shown above were taken on the same deserted road. But thanks to the magic of Photoshop, one car is now in a cold mountainous terrain, and the other in an exotic metropolis!
Using a circular polarizing camera removes most of the reflections on the body and windows. The remaining reflections can be edited using the Stamp tool, or integrated into a new environment. For example, a photograph used as an example has a distorted reflection of a building alongside a car. But it complements the urban landscape.
Download the image from the camera and change the color tone and image balance. Continue reading