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Frosty Window
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 1814 clicks
In this tutorial we'll cover how to use AKVIS NatureArt to create beautiful ice patterns.
Removing Large Objects
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 850 clicks
AKVIS Retoucher offers two types of processing for photographs: retouching (eliminating defects and scratches) and removing objects.
How to get a nice sepia photo
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 1968 clicks
How to convert a regular grayscale photo into a sepia toned photo.
Reparing an Old Torn Illustration
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 788 clicks
Use AKVIS Retoucher to repair and restore the image.
Berlin Cathedral
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 1806 clicks
This cathedral was built in 1894, so I wondered how it could look on postcards at the end of the XIX century. So I also created a "retro" version of my postcard.
Selective desaturation
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 2264 clicks
You will see how to desaturate a part of the image leaving other parts untouched. You won't need to select the areas to be desaturated precisely.
A Glamourous Couple
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 1534 clicks
Here's a simple example of how to smooth out bumps, disguise defects, and give skin a flawless appearance using AKVIS MakeUp.
High Key Portrait
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 1512 clicks
Creating a high key portrait is typically a complicated process in which the subject is illuminated in white reflected light from the surface of three sources. This tutorial will show how a high key portrait can be created without complex lighting techniques.
Portrait of a Lady
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 1547 clicks
This tutorial illustrates a workflow for using AKVIS ArtWork to give your Photoshop collage work a stunning, hand-painted look with literally just a couple of clicks.
Looking For the Missing Color
10. 8. 2008 in Photoshop | 0 Comments | Author: AKVIS | 798 clicks
The image was not only discolored but had a purple hue as well. But all is not lost. Since the photo was taken in RAW format, the missing color and brightness of the image actually were preserved. AKVIS HDRFactory can use this information to restore the colors and improve the image.
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