How to add a glitch effect in Photoshop

13 min. to read

Sometimes even a great shot needs post-processing. Today there are hundreds of ways to make your shots more original to stand out from other photographers. Today we will tell you how to make a glitch effect in Photoshop very fast and easily, even for beginners.
How to Create a Watercolor Effect in Photoshop

12 min. to read

Watercolor is a special painting technique in which paints are applied to wet paper, and this creates the effect of blurred strokes and lightness of composition. This can be achieved not only with real painting but also in Photoshop.
How to stack photos in Lightroom and Photoshop? Hack Physics

13 min. to read

In this beginner's guide, we'll show you how to focus on multiple focal points at once. Focus stacking is a technology that lets you grab the viewer's attention by focusing on several objects in the frame at once.
Forward to the past: how to make digital photos look like Polaroid

16 min. to read

Want to learn how to take pictures that look like a Polaroid? In this article, I will talk about three super easy ways that still do not cost as much as consumables for the legendary instant seal.
How to Add a Glow Effect to Your Image in Photoshop

13 min. to read

To take a beautiful photo, it's not enough to catch the right shot. Much depends on proper editing as well. There are a lot of ways to diversify your photos and add some creativity. One of them is the glow effect in Photoshop.
How to Add a Drop Shadow in Photoshop? Difficult Concept Explained Simply

18 min. to read

Dropping shadows allow you to give the image more depth, contrast, and spatial volume.
How to Use the Displacement Map in Photoshop: Top Tips

12 min. to read

In Photoshop, there are many filters for all kinds of distortions of the original photo. Today we're going to focus on one of them namely learning how to use Photoshop displacement maps. With it, you can create an unusual picture.
How to Fix Grainy Photos in Photoshop and Lightroom

20 min. to read

99% of camera users are non-professional photographers. So sometimes they can take low-quality pictures: too light or dark, with noise, red eyes, etc. Our tutorial will tell you how to make a grainy picture clear.

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