In the photography profession most of the photographers always find photo enhancement tools and sometime they outsource these work to designers, in this ultimate photo enhancement by Photoshop tutorials we trying to fill them requirements in lessons, you can find below some basic level photo enhancement tutorials and also we listing intermediate level of Photoshop tutorials to get control on their own photographs to make more attractive and beautiful.
This is unique technique of photographers and even nowadays web designers also working on this technique to get better results as client demand to make photo library and gallery presentations, you can learn more than desire about Photo Enhancement techniques and can improve your basic skills to next stage of Photoshop aptitude, try now.
In this tutorial, I will show you a nondestructive process for color-editing and retouching photographs. These techniques will make your images “finished” and professional. My main weapon is the Selective Color adjustment layer. Let’s get started.
You can download the images needed to work along with this tutorial. Visit Mark Galer’s site(link opens in a new window) for instructions on how to access them. The images are high resolution and will make it easier to reproduce the exact effects from this tutorial.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you a creative process that gets you using your crazy brain. The workflow for creating the splashes involves taking photographs of thrown paint. Through photography you can capture amazing 3D images without the need for 3D software. Learn to make a splash in your next design.
In this tutorial we’re going to show you how to add a dramatic, gritty, bronzed effect to your images. We’ll convert our subject image as follows.
In this two-step tutorial I’ll demonstrate how to enhance brown eyes while still keeping the eyes realistic in appearance. Note: This tutorial will also work for other eye colors, not just brown!
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to apply the “lomography” effect to your digital photos.
Use CMYK values (obtained with the eyedropper tool in Photoshop) to correct colors in a photograph.
Have you ever come across a photo where all the highlights and shadows seem just too good to be true? If it’s not HDR processing, it’s pen tablet magic. Find out in this tutorial how to give a regular image a subtle, artistic feel with some clever brush work. Read more after the jump!
Temporarily convert your image to black and white to improve color enhancement methods in Photoshop.
By following along this Photoshop tutorial, even the plainest photos can embody a stylish Hollywood film look-and-feel. The technique involves a few Image Adjustment (Image > Adjustment) options like tweaking Exposure and Hue/Saturation settings.
This works well much of the time, and I have rarely gone out shooting without my full filter kit at the ready. 1 stop, 2 stop and 3 stop grads, and soft and hard edged versions of each. Add filter holders and adaptor rings and the whole kit can cost over a thousand dollars and fills a small shoulder bag.
This excellent Photoshop tutorial explains local contrast enhancement and a method for using the unsharp mask feature.
Learn to apply the split toning (a variance of sepia toning) photography effect which takes ordinary photos to produce a vintage-style photo effect. This tutorial uses several Photoshop options like adding a Color Balance Adjustment layer and the Channel Mixer.
Whether it’s for a friend, family member, or client, retouching images is very common these days. In this tutorial, I will lay down the basics of retouching and take you through the entire process, layer by layer.
Here’s an excellent (and very popular) tutorial on creating high dynamic range (HDR) images; the author focuses on realism instead of going overboard with the application of HDR.
In this tutorial one of our senior members from our forums Japaslavian (Jeff Masamori over at Flickr) shares a simple photoshop technique for enhancing contrast.
Learn about the lens correction filter in Photoshop to fix image distortions.
In this Photoshop tutorial on digital photo editing, we’re going to look at how to tint and enhance colors in a photo using Photoshop’s Photo Filter.
Here’s a super-simple technique for enhancing the most important bits of any portrait: the eyes. It’s a quick and painless way to make the eyes really stand out and take on a slightly sultry and burning look.
The tutorial is on aging a woman’s face in Photoshop.
This is my quick workflow for adding some nice contrast to a photo while sharpening and making the colors a bit more vibrant and real.
Following our series of quick tips, I will show you how to enhance a regular photo in Photoshop and make it look better. Of course you can change the presets in order to make it look more subtle, my idea was to exaggerate a bit.
Using the Gaussian Blur filter on images can result in unique photo scenes. If you’d like to know how you could use this Photoshop filter in a manner that enhances your photos, you should read this excellent tutorial.
In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we’re going to learn how to use layers, layer blend modes, some noise, a little sharpening, and a simple adjustment layer to easily give a photo an “extreme contrast” effect.
In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we’ll learn how to give someone’s eyes a fun, easy to create “zoom” effect, with blur streaks that appear to zoom out from the center of the eyes.
Learn another method of controlled image sharpening via this Photoshop tutorial.
As for subject matter, try fashion or portraiture, but there’s no need to restrict your imagination. I chose an elegant outdoor portrait shot — the skin tones and red lipstick look especially striking in cross-processed images.
This tutorial explains how you can enhance a ordinary photo in Photoshop.
A tutorial on how to enhance your portrait photography, giving it higher definition and a more striking effect.
This 60-second image enhancement & retouch shows how just a few changes can make a big difference an image.