Tag: Photoshop

The Branch (2.5D Parallax)

The Branch (2.5D Parallax)

The Branch (2.5D Parallax)

The above video animation shows a 2.5D Parallax effect where the subject and the background move in different directions and at different speeds. This is the very first attempt and does need some refinement such as trying different speeds, directions, etc.

The part of the process that takes the most time is the selection of the branch in the foreground, this can be done via different methods including the pen tool or quick selection tool, which ever works best.

This video will show you how to create the effect using selections and Photoshop’s built in video editor:

This will not work with every image you have but certain landscapes or subjects with a large background behind them would work quite well.

5 Important Post Processing Tips

5 Important Post Processing Tips

Today, I’ll be sharing with you 5 unique post processing tips that you should know. You’ll learn helpful tips to improve your post processing skills and also tips about ethics and protecting people’s privacy. There are a lot of post processing tips but I picked the ones that aren’t talked about a lot or is something that more people need to know about.

https://dennystips.com/post-processing-tips/

How to INTENSIFY Sunset Photos in PHOTOSHOP

How to INTENSIFY Sunset Photos in PHOTOSHOP

In this quick-tip Photoshop tutorial, you’ll learn how to intensify the colors in sunset photos using just one adjustment layer. And that adjustment layer is the Channel Mixer. The Channel Mixer is very a powerful tool especially if you’re trying to make your photos more vivid and vibrant. It’s also one of the most underrated adjustments simply because people don’t know how to use it. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the channel mixer in Photoshop to make your sunset or sunrise photos look super intense without the artifacts that you’d with the saturation adjustment. This is a quick tutorial and if you’re interested in learning about this magic, then keep watching and you’ll see how it works.

Link: https://dennystips.com