Mimicking the Polarizing Filter Effect in Photoshop

Mimicking the Polarizing Filter Effect in Photoshop

If you forgot to use a polarizer when shooting, you can easily add part of the effect back again with just a few steps in Photoshop.

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#48: Halftone Background Wallpaper in Illustrator

In this weeks episode of the Creatively Using the Creative Suite podcast, Erik Bernskiold shows you how to create a cool background wallpaper with a halftone pattern effect to it, right inside of Illustrator with nothing but built-in artwork.
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Faking Cross-Processing in Photoshop

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to fake the cross-processing effect in Photoshop so that you can have your images look just a little different.
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#46: Wavy Line Wallpaper Using Stroke Width Tool in Illustrator CS5

In this weeks episode of the Creatively Using the Creative Suite podcast, Erik Bernskiold shows you how you can use the stroke width tool in Illustrator CS5 to create a cool effect, perfect for wallpapers.
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The Orton Effect

Applying the Orton Effect To Your Photos

This is an effect that I used to teach over four years ago, but which is pretty neat to apply to images that are not quite perfect. By applying the effect, you can make second-grade images much nicer.

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