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what’s the software you’re using for this ?
So im a student, and have started using photoshop very frequently at my
school, when I leave this year I will no longer have any access to it! For
someone who just wants to do weird and creative things with PHOTOS is it
worth investing in just photoshop, as opposed to buying the whole creative
suite or do they all work hand in hand? thanks ;-)
what’s the software you’re using at the beginning ?
Used this tutorial to create my first levitation photo. Very useful video
for beginners. Thanks!
this awesome , very clear thanx man
Very good tutorial. Useful for me. Thanks !
it’s fake and photoshoped!
@moofymoo – that’s the whole point
Awesome tutorial, very professional, very thorough and easy to follow.
Thanks a lot!
amazing thank u!
Great video from +Practical Photoshop :O) a UK based Magazine
this is amazing! thanks for sharing ♡
Thanks a ton , that really really helped me , I used to do it with
different type of brush and was never happy with messy results, today I
found out what exactly what I was missing !!! I m so happy , now I can go
and explore more.
THANKS A TON
Can have a lot of fun with this……you make it look so easy!! thanks
thanks this help me a lot!
Thanks for sharing, great video.
Thank you so much for sharing this. Your explanation was very good, clear
and fun to do and the mind boggles at the possibilities you have with this
very good tutorial!
We have found a quick little tutorial on how to create levitation images.
Brilliant tips if you want to be more experimental with your photography.
Let us know if you try anything out, we would love to see it! The Art of
nice work,gotta try this one..
Wow ! Beautiful pic !
Very good example of the technique, but it would help if you try not to
mumble at times
Thank you for sharing. Very helpful being step by step from start to
Nice presentations…what type of photoshop did you use… Is this the
adobe photoshop? And what version is this?
Nice one, many thanks
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