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.
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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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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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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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.