Cinematic 3D Text for Photoshop

Collection of 8 Cinematic 3D Photoshop text effects and layer styles. Create awesome 3D text effects within minutes! These styles are perfect for movie posters and video game titles.

WHAT YOU GET

Photoshop File With All Cinematic Text Effects
.ASL File With All Fire Cinematic Text Effects
INSTALLATION

Unzip the file and double click the .ASL file to install. It’s that simple!

Notes

These text styles require two text layers for the 3D effect. Checkout the Photoshop template included in the download to help you get started.

SUPPORT

If you have questions, please post a comment below or you can message me through my profile page.

Article publié pour la première fois le 11/07/2016

20 Sparkling Dust Photo Overlays

This listing is for a set of sparkling dust overlays

Perfect for backlit photos and barn wedding photos retouching

DETAILS

• 20 photo overlays high resolution (max 4000×2500 @300dpi jpeg)

• Easy to apply (download includes step-by-step instructions)

• Compatible with any software that allows you to work with layers ( Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Paint Shop Pro, etc.)

• Note to the Lightroom users – please, make sure you have a plugin that allows you to work with layers (ex. www.ononesoftware.com/downloads/)

Article publié pour la première fois le 14/02/2016

Using Textures and Blending Modes To Add Drama in Photoshop

Using a combination of Blending Modes and opacity I take a regular Adobe Stock image and make it more dramatic.    

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X-Ray Double Exposure in Photoshop

In this tutorial we’ll learn how to us the power of Adobe Photoshop to create a cool X-Ray style double exposure image showing the outline of the outside of a building, but revealing what’s on the inside. You’ve probably seen this effect employed differently before, but this is my new take on it. This tutorial relies on a prior understanding of making selections and of working with layers, so if you need a refresher then take a look here for selections and here for layers. First off, we need to find or make two fitting images. In this tutorial I’m using St. Pauls, which I was lucky enough to be invited to shoot last year. I’ve selected two of my images which can compliment one another when overlaid, which is key to success with this technique.   My consideration when choosing these two images from a whole bundle of options was their similar perspective and similar make up, in that the curves and lines correspond quite well. First off, we need to load our ‘outside’ image into Adobe Photoshop and make a selection of it. Once we’re made the selection we need to invert it – CMD + Shift + I [...]

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