What Photoshop would look like in real life? Flora Borsi, a Photographer from Hungary had that same question and decided to share her view of what it would be like, take a look and share you point of view with us. For more from Flora Borsi visit behance.net/yayuniversal
Photoshop in Real Life
We post tutorials about how to use Photoshop, Illustrator and other apps. Spanning all sorts of styles and techniques we try to share simple tricks and, on occasion, more complex compositions. Nothing compares to the talented work of TJ Townsend with the post we share with you today. TJ creates a magical reconstruction of a classic image from the game DOOM. This is a remastered screenshot from the video game Doom. The original size was 320x240 and the final product is 9600x7211.
A few weeks ago I posted artwork I created for a poster inspired by the Man of Steel movie. I used Pixelmator for that project and got quite a few comments and requests about how to achieve the same effect in Photoshop. As Photoshop doesn't have the awesome Vintage filters that Pixelmator now has, I tried emulating the effect using brushes which I will share with you today. So in this tutorial I will show you how to create a nice colorful background using Photoshop. The whole process is pretty simple and straightforward.
Peter Tarka is a designer and illustrator from Warsaw, Poland. He has been featured in several digital publications, even listed at the Photoshop’s 25 Under 25. His talented is visible especially on projects like the Boxes, in which he mixes 3D, Photoshop and abstracted ideas to create quite inspiring artworks. For more information about Peter check out his Behance profile at https://www.behance.net/trk