Check out the tutorial below to find out how to age your photos in just two steps.Open your image in Smart Photo Editor.Step 1 – Click the Effects Gallery button on the top right and narrow down your search by Color>Low Color. Chose one of the effects, this one is called Soft Faded.
Adjust the Master Slider to your liking.Step 2 – Click on the Effects Gallery button again and this time Style>Antique. This effect is called Old Photo, adjust the Master Slider to suit your photo.
Don’t forget to save your image and a Session file incase you want to edit it again later.
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Newborn photographs are more than just a photo they are a treasured memory, so you as a photographer try to make them as amazing as possible.
This can take ages in Photoshop but there is an easier way. Smart Photo Editor can improve your newborn photographs in a few simple clicks with Batch options. Check out the tutorial below to find out.
Open your first image up in Smart Photo Editor.Click on the Effects Gallery button on the top right and find the effect Smart Contrast, use the search bar to find.
Move the Master Slider to where you want it and click OK.Click on the Effects Gallery button again.This time the effect you are looking for is called Sharpen, adjust the Master Slider according.
You are now finished, don’t forget to save your session.
For Batch Photographs
Once you have finished, click File>Batch Apply Effect and select all the images you want the same effects applied to and Smart Photo Editor will save them all. It’s as easy as that.
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Blending animals together is easier than you would think, check out the tutorial below using the software Smart Photo Editor.
Open your first image up in SPE.Click the Erase buttonGo over the parts of the face that will stick out the most, this depends on what animal you pick, this helps with the blending later on.Now click the Composite button on the right.Click the New button next to Overlay on the top left hand side.Click on the Move, Rotate and Scale button and move this second image to roughly where you want it, reducing the Opacity by using the slider is helpful.Click on the Select Area button and the Erase from Selection button and then work your way round the area you want to keep.
Clicking the Bucket icon to remove the rest of the unwanted area.
Click on the New button next to Overlay again.Just as with the image before, move and rescale the image.
Then work your way around the unwanted area again.
Click on the Crop button on the right when you have finished and crop in on your image.Click on the Composite button again, but this time click New button next to Underlay.
Once you have selected this image, click the Select Area and the Add to Selection button. Work your way round the creature you have made slowly, zooming in to make your selection more accurate.
Once you have gone all the way round click on the Bucket icon that appears to remove the rest of the unwanted background.When you are happy with the new background, click on the Area Treatment button.Select all the areas that are too light on your create.Play round with Exposure and Brightness sliders until you have happy with the results.Click on the Effects Gallery button on the top right.Search for the effect ‘Vibrant colors’ in the search bar. Adjust the sliders and click OK.
Now all that is left to do is save your image, don’t forget to also save it as a session incase you want to come back and work on it further.
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Creating amazing photographic illusions has never been easier with Smart Photo Editor, try out the tutorial below.Open up your first image, the Background/sky image in Smart Photo EditorClick Composite button on the right hand side.Click the New button next to Overlay. Select your boat image and click the Move, Resize and Scale button and move and resize to where you want it, reducing the opacity helps with finding where to put it. Once your boat is in the right location, click the Select Area button on the left hand side.
Zoom in on your boat and slowly work your way round the edges of the boat, remembering to do inside any rails.
If you accidentally go over erase something you didn’t mean to just click the Add to Selection button on the left and go over the area.
Once you have gone all the way around, zoom out and click on the Bucket icon that appears to remove the rest of the background.Open you have your boat all finished, click the New button next to Overlay again and select your first animal.Resize your animal and reduce your opacity to find the fit within your boat.
Once this is done, zoom in really close on the animal and click the Select Area button and then the Erase from Selection button and slowing work your way around your animal, deleting the background from the image.
Click on the bucket to remove the rest of the background.Keep the whole animal for now as you might want to move it later on. Next click the New button next to Overlay again and select your second animal image. Click Move, Resize and Scale button again. Repeat the step with the last animal.
Once finished zoom out.Now click the New button next to Overlay again, this time select your balloon image.
Once again click the Move, Resize and Scale button and move the balloons to where you want them.Zoom in on the balloons and click the Select Area button on the left.
Carefully go around the balloons, remember to also check to see if there are any gaps between the balloons.
Once you have gone all the way round, click the Bucket icon to get rid of the rest unwanted background.Now go back to your animal layers and erasing all the way to the top of the boat, to give the illusion that they are in the boat, also move the animal if they will look better slightly bigger or a little more to one side.This end product looks like it took hours in Photoshop but only took a few minutes in Smart Photo Editor.
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