Cross Processing is an old film technique that involves swapping chemicals to produce cool, abstract colours in your photos. In this tutorial, Jacob Miller looks at how to cross process photos in photoshop.
Archive for category: Photo Editing
Taken a great old school picture, but don’t know what to do with it? In this tutorial we’re going to learn how to transform it into an old fashioned polaroid in photoshop. In a few simple steps you can create a polaroid with your own picture!
A portrait itself can be nice, and good looking. But if you like taking photos of people, I’m sure you have experienced the boring light which sometimes appears. Fortunately, our dear friend Photoshop can help us making almost any portrait look better. You know, like the ones you see in magazines, where they claim L’oreal makes you look all better. If you have a boring portrait, or just want to make one more exciting, follow these 6 easy steps.
Today we are going to make a grainy black and white photo using adjusments filters, noise filters and much more. We will look at the difference between different adjustment filters like ‘black and white’ and the saturation adjustment. Which one will we use? Well lets find that out!
Most of us now use a handy little tool in Photoshop for correcting an stylising our photographs. But if you’re like me; you want your subject to pop, and actions sometimes seem to flatten the colors of your image especially of your subject. Hopefully this quick tip will help us all out.