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wrap text to a photo tutorial in photoshop How to wrap text around a photo in Photoshop tutorial

In this Photoshop tutorial, I’m going to show you how to wrap text around a photo using displacement maps and image warp. This method will make the text follow every contour and wrinkle and produce a very realistic result. You can wrap anything around any photo using this technique

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Wrapping objects with Displacement Maps Photoshop Tutorial

Displacement maps see like such strange and difficult animals until you learn to tame them. In this long overdue tutorial, I will teach you what you need to know about displacement maps in plain English, so that you can take advantage of the stunning effects that can only be created by using these maps.

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Rounding corners of anything in Photoshop Tutorial

In this tutorial we are rounding the rorners of a shape the princliple of this tutorial is to show you how to round any corner,this is great for interfaces, I also use this technique a lot on my photo realistic art.

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Making semi-transparent selections with Alpha channels

Here is a tutorial that you can use for layered collaging. While it might be easier to use a layer mask or a quick mask to acheive the same result, this tutorial is engineered to help you understand Alpha channels. An understanding of Channels will put you onto the fast-track of Photoshop mastery.

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Photorealistic brick wall Photoshop Tutorial

In this Photoshop Tutorial we are going to create a photorealistic brick wall. First we will make the brick pattern, then we add the texture and then tweak it a bit to create a realistic brick wall.

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Photorealistic Interface – Part 2, Adding 3d Depth Photoshop Tutorial

One of the most popular features here at photoshopcafe is the “Super Tutorials”.In Super Tutorial #3 This will be a 4-part tutorial on creating a Photorealistic interface design. We will focus in on one aspect at a time and give you more in-depth instruction than I could with a single tutorial.

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