In this Photoshop tutorial, you are going to learn to produce the night vision effect in Photoshop. When we say night vision we are not just talking about turning the picture green, there’s more to it than it seems. And this you will find out when you follow the simple steps of the tutorial below.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we are going to produce a selective sepia effect, i.e., we shall produce the sepia effect in some particular region in the image, leaving the rest of the picture as it is. This is relatively harder than what we’d done the last time in which we brought about the sepia in the picture as a whole.
In this Photoshop tutorial, you are going to learn how to convert any image to a color pencil sketch using Photoshop. The real challenge in creating a color pencil sketch of any image is making it as believable as possible. For those of you that are just starting out with Photoshop, you do need a little bit of previous Photoshop experience to work with this tutorial.
Working with fog machines can add an interesting element to your photography; however, getting the smoke to cooperate with you isn’t always an easy chore. If it’s warm outside, the smoke will tend to rise and dissipate quickly. Jay P. Morgan has made a helpful video tutorial on how to control the smoke and keep it laying low on the ground for a theatrical feel.