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Wispy, Transparent Smoke PNG Tutorial

2018-03-22T03:06:05+00:00 March 22nd, 2018|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: |

A simple smoky overlay can add a mysterious atmosphere to a portrait, fog to a landscape, or even steam to a locomotive. To do all of that, here's how to place smoke on a transparent background while still avoiding changing the layer blending mode all the time. Read more on Medialoot → MediaLoot Blog Go [...]

Flawless Portrait Photo Retouching In Adobe Photoshop

2018-03-20T03:05:15+00:00 March 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: |

There are many different techniques for retouching a portrait in Photoshop, and many details to take care to make it look just perfect. Of course this will use a huge amount of time, especially if the portrait has too many things that we have to fix, like the skin, eyes, lips, etc. Today I will [...]

10 Exquisite Font Pairings and Why They Work so Well

2018-03-15T03:05:43+00:00 March 15th, 2018|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: |

With so many different fonts out there to choose from, sometimes getting the right combination to use in your project can be a tricky task. This round-up uses 10 visual examples of exquisite font pairings and explains what it is that makes them work so well together. Read more on Medialoot → MediaLoot Blog Go [...]

How to Create a Dark, Dramatic Photo Effect in Photoshop

2018-03-08T03:05:21+00:00 March 8th, 2018|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: |

Want to darken a photo in Photoshop and give it a dramatic, broody feel? Get the best results by controlling the specific Lights and Shadows of your image, maintaining the ability to adjust the Brightness and Contrast while keeping the picture details. Because each image is different, you may have to change a bit the [...]

How to Turn a Map into an Artistic Line Drawing

2018-03-06T03:05:25+00:00 March 6th, 2018|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: |

Turning a Map into an Artistic Line Drawing it is easier than you think — you just need the right tools. Sure, you could use the Pen Tool in Illustrator to manually trace a map, or clean a Google map in Photoshop to remove labels (and then trace it into Illustrator only to see that [...]