If you love playing around with pictures in Photoshop but you’re starting to run dry with creative ideas. Here are 15 incredible Photoshop photography tutorials to try out all created by iPhotography.
Whether you’re new to Photoshop or have been using it for while these quick-fire Photoshop tutorials cover a range of techniques to make sure you’re staying creative.
Photoshop and photography are best friends. This is probably one of those articles you’ll need to bookmark so you can pick a new tutorial when you want something new to try.
If your shot hasn’t come out with as much of that silky smooth bokeh then try out this Photoshop tutorial to add in some magical orbs.
Using stock brushes that come pre-loaded in Photoshop are useful, but they don’t cover everything – so how about creating your own? It’s really simple to make a brush out of anything.
LUTs (look up tables) are built-in presets to help grade a photo giving dramatic and cinematic looks. Click the video to learn all about LUTs.
Compositing photos is twice as hard when you’ve got 2 pictures taken at different times of day. We’ll show you how to match colours up in Photoshop.
One of the most underrated tools in Photoshop is buried in the Filter menu. We’ll show you the incredible power of render filters to create something out of nothing.
Play around with colour channels to create this psychedelic photo filled with motion and energy.
Increase the dynamic range of your photography by using Photoshop’s HDR AI tool.
Don’t spend hours waiting to take the perfect infrared photo, why not convert your shots to have that bright white look.
Not every winter brings a sprinkling of snow so follow this tutorial to add a magical dusting to your shots using Photoshop.
If the sky is looking a little flat don’t let that stop you from taking the photo. Fix it in Photoshop with this amazing photography tutorial.
Want to give your portraits and products a modern styling with a 3D glowing shape? Here’s how:
Colour splashes are a great way to catch the eye of others by isolating just one colour in the scene. Follow this step by step guide on how to do it.
Protect your work by adding a watermark or logo using Photoshop. Make your shots look like they were crafted by a pro with a little bit of branding.
Make anything float in your photos with this levitation photography trick.
Don’t like the colour of your carpets? We’ve got a brilliant Photoshop tutorial on how to add new graphics onto stairs without changing the perspective.
If 15 tutorials aren’t enough, we’ve got 36 more HD, full-length lessons in our iPhotography Photoshop course.
Split over 3 training levels for beginners, intermediate and advanced users you’ll learn to create incredible designs for movie posters, greeting cards, advertisements and so much more.