Create a nice moving gift to someone in Pixelmator. (if you don’t wanna gift them a physical one!). This tutorial will cover clipping masks, drop shadows, blending modes, and getting new brushes.
Welcome back to yet another Pixelmator Tutorial podcast episode.
This week we have an easy project for you on how to create digital tintype photos.
First a little bit of history. What are tintype photos? Well, back in the old days, and then I really mean the old days, like around 1860.. photographers began to take pictures by exposing sheets of iron that was blackened by painting that was used as a support for a photographic emulsion called Collodion. This method of creating images was very popular in the US during the Civil War.
The image used in this tutorial is by frankpierson and is published under a (CC BY 2.0) Creative Commons license.
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By following the steps in this Pixelmator project you will see how to use layer blending modes and a variety of tools to create the effect of a ghost appearing in the forest.
In this short lesson you will learn a quick, easy procedure to use when you need to recover a badly underexposed photograph. A photograph is described as underexposed when there is not enough light in the photo, so it has a loss of shadow detail. This Pixelmator tutorial is based on a method described by Dave Johnson in PCWorld. Click on the download link to download the tutorial as a pdf-file or click on the read more button to read the whole tutorial right away.
Another great beginner tutorial from Zaid where you’ll learn how to create a watercolour like effect to a photograph. Blending modes and filters are on the menu this time so enjoy.
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