Spaceman In Park Illusion Tutorial

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Create your own Spaceman illusion in no time by following this simple tutorial below.

Untitled-2Open your background image in Smart Photo Editor.Untitled-3Click the Composite button on the right hand side and click New next to Overlay and select your door image.

Erase From Selection and work your way round the door, removing the unwanted area around it.

Click Move, Rotate and Scale button and move the door to your chosen location and remove anything else if needed.Untitled-4Click New next to Overlay and select your Spaceman image. Reduce the Opacity so you can see the door behind.

Move your Spaceman so he fits where the door is and click Select Area and Erase From Selection and work your way round the door frame.

You want to make sure that the lines are exact with the door frame, this will take a little while to get exact, zooming in helps a lot with this.
Untitled-5If like the doors in this picture, they blend in too much with the background click on the Area Treatment button and select over the doors and adjust the sliders to what looks best for your doors.Untitled-11For a final touch click the Effects Gallery button and find the effect Hyper-real, it gives the image a slightly more cinematic effect.

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Turn Your Pet into a Superhero

shutterstock_178040375Check out the fun tutorial below to turn your pet into a superhero in under 5 minutes.Untitled-11The first thing to do is open up your background image in Smart Photo Editor.Untitled-12Click on the Effects Gallery button on the top right and apply the effect Pop to bring out the colors a little bit.Untitled-13Click on the Composite button on the right and then New next to Overlay on the left and chose the image of your pet.Untitled-14Work your way around your pet and click the Bucket Icon that appears, to get rid of the rest of the unwanted background.Untitled-15Click the Move, Rotate and Scale button and adjust your pet to the right size and chosen location.
Untitled-16Next is the Superhero cloak, work your way round the cloak and remove the unwanted background.Untitled-17Click the Move, Rotate and Scale button and adjust the cloak to fit your pet.
Untitled-18If your cloak doesn’t have a ribbon tie repeat the steps above with a tie.Untitled-19The last step is click the Effects Gallery button and fit the effect Hyper-real.

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How to Bring out the Bright Tones

before and after Smart Photo Editor makes it so easy to bring out the colors in your photos, check out the tutorial below.Untitled-1Open your image in Smart Photo Editor and click the Effects Gallery Button and find a darkening effect, this one is called the The Deepening.Untitled-2Click the Effects Gallery button and find the effect Sharpen, you don’t want this up too high.Untitled-4Click the Effects Gallery button and find the effect called Hyper-real, you only need the Master Slider on a little bit.

Now you just need to save your image and the Session incase you want to come back at a later date.shutterstock_757748728

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Create Your Own Mystical Creature – Pegasus

shutterstock_653647867 Creating your own mystical creature with Smart Photo Editor is super easy, check out the tutorial below.Untitled-1Open up your image of a horse and click the Effects Gallery button on the top right.Untitled-2Apply the Effect Pop, adjust the Master Fade Slider to suit your image.Untitled-3Click the Composite button on the right. Select New next to Overlay and choose you wings image.

Select Area and work your way round on of the wings, when you have worked all the way from the wing click the bucket icon to remove the rest of the background.Untitled-4Click Move, Rotate and Scale button and adjust the wing to accordingly. Untitled-5Repeat this for the second wing.Untitled-6Click New next to Underlay and chose your background image. Select Area> Erase from Selection and the background covering your Pegasus. Untitled-7The last step is to click Effects Gallery and find the effect Darken.

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Correct Your Overexposed Christmas Portrait with Smart Photo Editor

before and after2Overexposed your Christmas Portrait?

Don’t worry, check out the tutorial below to see how to quickly correct this in Smart Photo Editor.
Untitled-7Open your image up in Smart Photo Editor.Untitled-8Click on the  Effects Gallery button and search for the effect Perceptual Black and White.Untitled-9Click on the Effects Gallery button and find Darken.
Untitled-11Apply the effect Pop.

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