Cleaning Cars On A Digital Canvas

We had a client submit some material for us to make some flyers with. The flyers were going to advertise an upcoming classic car show. As we scrolled through the content that was submitted we quickly realized that the cars were lacking some shine. None of them had been cleaned prior to the pictures being taken, and none of them looked worthy of being plastered on the front of an advertising flyer. Now whoever took those pictures should have gotten some car detailing tips from these guys, because it was obvious that the vehicle had not been detailed prior to the pictures being taken. So that leaves us with the question, how do we fix this in post production? How do we quickly take pictures of cars that don’t sparkle and give them that Photoshop makeover so they are ready to advertise and promote the events the customer wants them too? Well, there are some very simple photos techniques that can be used to add detail to a car photo, and there are tools to mask blemishes and remove unwanted dents and background noise. Most of these processes are universal across photoshop, but with a car there are a few quick and easy things you can do and I am going to let Scott Kelby take the wheel on this one. I was browsing through youtube videos to see what the other guys were doing that had a little more Photoshop experience with cars than I do and I came across his blog that featured this great video. Take a look at the video, and leave Scott a comment if you find his video to be valuable for you and your project.

 

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Creating A Logo For A Barbershop

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There has been a recent surge in barbershops opening around Denver Colorado and we have been fortunate enough to do some logo design for some of them. Most of our clients come to us requesting something elaborate, however our graphic designers tend to lean on the simple side when it comes to creating a logo for a barber shop. When I think of  a barber shop I think f clippers, razors, chairs, top hats, beards, and an old school four chair shop in the city. The new shops that are surfacing around Denver appear to be adopting the old school barber shop look and feel. Some of them are offering drinks and cigars and making the experience more of a gentlemen’s experience. So what makes a logo work for something like a barbershop? In my opinion simplicity is always best. What more do you need than a pair of scissors? The services offered from shop to shop are pretty universal, hair cuts, beard trimmings, straight razor shavings, and other male grooming services that will differ shop to shop. Franks is considered the best barber shop in Denver, and the photos designs logo is representing them well, just check the windows on the building where it is proudly displayed.

Creating The Franks Barbershop Denver Logo

When we first received an email from Franks Gentlemen’s Salon in Denver they were looking for a logo that to me seemed to complete the simplistic nature of the services offered. They wanted a silhouette of a top hat and a beard with scissors behind the hat on both sides. My initial design catered to that idea, but as I dug around a little more I realized that there was a better solution for their logo needs. I reached back out and spoke to the team about going with a mustache, yes, just a simple mustache design. To my surprise they were very open to the suggestion and I jumped into Photoshop and started designing a very simple mustache that I thought would represent the demographic Franks was wanting to cater to. The design was simple, I used the most basic features in Photoshop to create it and exported it with a transparent background as a .png file. They have been using the logo in all their print and media both online and offline.

Simple Logos Big Results

Sometimes simplicity is best, both for you as a Photoshop designer, but also for the client that hired you. Often then perception of a complicated logo design is what many business owners have in mind when reaching out to a graphic designer for work. It’s always easier to make adjustments when your logo design is simple. I think simple designs also tend to get remembered more than complicated designs. The brain just processes them better. This is a good example of a very simple design that has been effective for a business. These simple logos also print very well on things like leather aprons and leather barber rolls for tools.

Low to High Quality/Resolution Photo/Image in adobe Photoshop [Hindi]

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Dispersion Effect | Photoshop Tutorial


In this photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create a dispersion effect & disintegration effect in photoshop cs6. These Dispersion effect, Disintegration effect, Pixel explosion effect, Smoke dispersion effect & splatter effect are most usually and very popular in photoshop. Follow these easy steps to easily make dispersion effect in photoshop.

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The Amazing Power of Frequency Separation Retouching in Photoshop


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What is Frequency Separation?

Frequency separation helps make retouching a portrait easier in Photoshop. Frequency separation works because it allows you to separate the texture of an image from the tone and color. When retouching you can focus on just the texture or the skin beneath it.

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It sounds quite complex but in practice it is quite simple. If you want to work with texture, choose the high frequency layer, if you want to work with skin choose the low frequency layer.

Getting Started with Frequency Separation

To get your image set up for frequency separation you will have to make 2 copies of your background layer. If you are not starting from the beginning, add a Stamp Visible layer over all layers by typing CTRL+ALT+OPTN+E. One of these copies will be for your low frequency (skin) and one will be for your high frequency (texture).

First apply a Gaussian Blur to the lower (low frequency) layer. Choose a radius that blurs out the skin texture, but don’t go too far as to make the face unrecognizable.

Next choose your high frequency layer and go to Image, Apply Image. Here you will want to se the Layer: to the low frequency layer. For blending choose Subtract and for Scale:2, Offset:128. These will be your settings every time, no need to change them.

Now you should have one layer with a blur (low frequency) and a layer above it that looks mostly gray (high frequency). Select the high frequency layer and change the blending mode to “Linear Light”.

Your image should now look identical to the image before you started the process.

Correcting Underlying Color

To correct the underlying color (skin) choose an area with the lasso tool. I suggest feathering the selection to make it look more realistic. Use Q for Quick Mask as a quick way to see what your selection looks like. After you have made your selection choose the low frequency (blurred) layer and apply a Gaussian Blur in the selection. Choose a radius high enough to blend the tones together.

Repeat this process over different areas of the portrait to smooth the skin tones. Because the texture is on a different layer, it should stay in tact during this entire process.

Correcting Texture

If you need to correct texture, we recommend waiting until after you do the tone. Select the high frequency layer and choose the Clone Stamp Tool. In the Clone Stamp Tool settings be sure to hit Sample: Current Layer. This will make sure you are just using the texture and not sampling anything else. Then on your high frequency layer sample good skin texture using ALT and then paint over “bad” skin texture. This will work very well for stray hairs, acne, wrinkles and other small blemishes.

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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a PORTRAIT made only of TEXT!


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Tutorial Photoshop CS6 english – Disintegration and dispersion effect – how to create an effect that disintegrates the subject of your photo in small particles like dust,
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Photoshop Tutorial – How To Put One Picture Into Another Picture in Photoshop


Photoshop Tutorial – How To Put One Picture Into Another

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How To Cut Anything Out in Photoshop


Clipping a subject from its background in Photoshop has to be the most common task a designer will encounter in their every day working life. The pen tool is the go-to tool for cutting most things out, but there’s some cool techniques you can use for hair, fur and other specialty subjects. So let’s crack on and look at the tools we have available to us in Photoshop.

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