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Photoshop CC 2015 tutorial showing how to "paint" a graphic onto someone’s face, such as a flag or a sports team logo. Photo provided by http://www.shutterstock.com High-quality, royalty-free stock images Image ID: 266682860 Royalty-Free Music provided by http://www.beatsuite.com High quality, copyright-free music for YouTube. Music track: "Race" Subscribe to Blue Lightning TV!: https://www.youtube.com/user/bluelightningtv?sub_confirmation=1 Become a Channel Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDfJlseFwUx2X0h3m5PRILA/sponsor Support Blue Lightning TV on Patreon for as little as $2/month! https://www.patreon.com/bluelightningtv You'll receive early access to watch my new tutorials ONE WEEK BEFORE the public can see them on YouTube. AND, you'll receive 10% off all of my merch sold at Redbubble, TeeSpring & Society6! BLTV MERCH: https://www.redbubble.com/people/bltv/portfolio https://teespring.com/stores/blue-lightning-tv https://society6.com/bltv Blue Lightning TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/bluelightningtv My Website: http://www.bluelightningtv.com/ Facebook: https://goo.gl/fHLJsh Tumblr: http://bluelightningtv.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bluelightningtv Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MartyGeller Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/bluelightningtv/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/martygeller
I Guarantee I Can Teach You to Master Photoshop. Learn How: https://phlearn.com/aaronwillteachyou Scale Pattern into Place Start by scaling and rotating the pattern into place. In this example, we also invert the pattern to change colors by pressing CTRL/CMD + I. Make sure to make the pattern a bit larger than the piece of clothing so it can be warped into place. Use the Pen Tool to Cut Out Clothing It is important to have an accurate cut out of the clothing, so the pattern looks seamless. In this example, we use the Pen Tool to cut out the original shirt. Create a pen path around the clothing by clicking and dragging to create curves. After completing the pen path, right-click and turn it into a selection and feather the edge by 0.5 pixels. Next, load the selection as a layer mask for the pattern, making it only visible where the original piece of clothing is. Liquify the Pattern to Fit the Clothing To make the pattern look like it flows with the fabric, it must be warped into place. Use the liquify tool to bring in the edges of the pattern, making it look like the pattern wraps around the piece of clothing. To re-create folds of fabric, use the freeze mask tool to paint over one-half of the fold. Then use the forward warp tool to push the pattern under the freeze mask. If done correctly, it will look like the original pattern curves around the folds of fabric. Add Highlights and Shadows from Original Photo The last step is to blend the pattern into the original image. In this example, we change the blend mode to ‘Multiply’ and lower the opacity to 90%. Next, add shadows and highlights from the original piece of clothing. Duplicate the background layer and place it on top of the fabric layer. Right-click on the layer and select “create clipping mask”, then change the blend mode to ‘Multiply’. To add highlights, duplicate the background layer and clip it to the fabric, just like the previous layer. This time set the blend mode to ‘Screen’. If needed, adjust the brightness of this layer by using a Levels adjustment - CTRL/CMD + L. Drag the black point slider to the right until the layer only appears over the highlights. VISIT PHLEARN.COM FOR MORE FREE TUTORIALS https://phlearn.com SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE FREE TIPS AND TRICKS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=phlearnllc GET FREE TUTORIALS SENT TO YOUR EMAIL + DISCOUNTS ON OUR PRO TUTORIALS! https://phlearn.com/mail Use the same Tablet as Aaron: http://amzn.to/1Eykaoh LET'S BE FRIENDS! Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/phlearn/ Facebook ► https://facebook.com/phlearn Twitter ► https://twitter.com/phlearn Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/116791098059215639405 Phlearn ► https://phlearn.com Did you know there is a lot more to PHLEARN than YouTube? https://phlearn.com/more
Black and white photos are great but sometimes you want to add a touch of colour tone. In this tutorial I'll show you how to add one tone to the highlights and a different tone to the shadows. This li
Learn how to wrap text, graphic or image around any object using advanced multiple displacement maps, several blending modes, and Blend-if features in Photoshop CC 2017. In this video, we will learn to write or superimpose a logo on a cloth, a wall or even a wooden surface, the process remains the same. We'll be wrapping your text and shape layers so that they conform to the surface of the layer which is underneath. Not one technique or method works with every image. Hence, in this tutorial, I'm going to show you multiple methods to wrap your object on a surface, so that no matter what the object or whatever the surface is. You'll be able to produce the most realistic folds. The first thing that we need to look at is displacement. The surface in the background has some texture or bumps. These bumps first need to be replicated on the object. Now, if you look at a cloth, there are two kinds of textures, one is the texture of the fabric, the other is the texture of the folds. In this case, we need to apply two displacement masks. Also, it is essential that we apply it non-destructively by converting the layer into a smart object. Once displacement map is applied, the highlights and the shadows of the object has to be in sync with the background. This will be achieved by using the blend if sliders in the Blending Options. One of the problems of using Blend-if, in this case, is that the color of the surface affects the color of the object. The highlights and the shadows of the background do bring with them some colors which affect the overall color of the object. We will learn how to solve this as well in the video. Instead of using just one blend mode, we will use multiple blend-modes to get the most realistic results possible. Besides, we will treat the dark areas and the bright areas of the objects separately since the dark areas just need the highlights and the bright areas just the shadows. ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/iaROYY If you think you can help, entertain or even disturb someone by sharing this channel's video. Go ahead! : https://goo.gl/IUhnUl ►LET'S CONNECT: Facebook: http://facebook.com/piximperfect Twitter: https://twitter.com/piximperfect Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/piximperfect Google+: https://plus.google.com/+UnmeshDinda Let's not just learn and use Photoshop and Lightroom. Let's play with it! Join me in the game and together we'll reveal some "not-so-talked-about" tips, tricks and tutorials that will AMPLIFY your creativity. Subscribe to connect: https://goo.gl/iaROYY ►Send Your Swag: Unmesh Dinda C/O Santanu Nandan Dinda Quarter No. 303, Tapovan International School Campus, Dholasan Road Ahmedabad-Mehsana Express Highway Mehsana - 384435 Gujarat
Abstract backgrounds are really useful for all sorts of uses. Digital Expert Gavin Hoey http://www.gatrain.com shows you a quick and simple way of making a background and then how it can be customised.
You're probably seen the effect of making an everyday object appear to be painted or made of a strange material before. The effect is popular on adverts and creative websites like worth1000 but how is it done?
Well it's all down to the displace filter. This prehistoric filter is very unhelpful to look at but digital expert Gavin Hoey http://www.gavtrain.com shows you how to use it and create amazing results