Learn how to use Photoshop to create selectively add a dramatic sepia effect a photo. This Photoshop effect works best when used with Photoshop CS3 but will also work with Photoshop CS2 or older using an alternative method.
Learn how to use Photoshop to add a dreamy fog effect to any photo. This Photoshop tutorial will teach you how to use several layers to create a realistic fog effect that appears thicker in the distance.
Blown out skin can be an annoying problem with daylight photos. Learn how to use Photoshop to fix overexposed skin areas without creating a gray color cast. This Photoshop tutorial works with all versions of Photoshop and will introduce beginners to the Burn and Blur tools and the Color blend mode.
Learn how to add a high-contrast subculture look to any photo using Photoshop CS3's Black & White adjustment layer. This photo effect mimics the harsh lighting effect commonly seen in urban portrait or fashion photography. This tutorial also provides an alternative way to mimic this effect for users using Photoshop CS2 or older.
Create this fun cutout effect that makes the subject look like it's coming in or out of a printed photo. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to use Photoshop's Extract tool, layer masks, and layer styles to create a cutout from a photo.
Create a ghostly television distortion from any photo. In this Photoshop tutorial, you'll learn how to use the Grain and Shear filter to create this ghostly effect. This tutorial uses the Smart Filter feature from Photoshop CS3 but it can be done with older versions of Photoshop as well (by not using Smart Filters).