Retro color effect is indeed very popular. A quick search in Google brings up endless of Photoshop tutorials. However, this tutorial is probably one of my favorites to achieve a retro color effect. Simply because it’s quick, easy and thinks outside the box.


This simple tutorial would add an orange tinge to any photo, giving it an Autumn effect. The tutorial itself isn’t hard, but it is a little bit tedious I have to admit. By the end of it, you would be very familiar with layers and using the blending mode.


Photographing in black and white is sometimes considered to be the purist form of photography because you rely much more heavily on composition and form than with color shots. You must see the gradients from black to white and consider your subject matter without the distraction of hue vibrancy. Here […]


A photo can be that much more powerful when it’s stripped away of its colors. In Photoshop, there are many different ways to convert an image into a black and white, but this tutorial will show you how to use the channel mixer as it’s easy and also provides you with the flexibility.


Last time we ran a Photoshop tutorial on how to apply a selective color effect to a photo. This time, we want to showcase some great photos that have actually applied the selective color technique. Hopefully this photos will will give you some fun, unique and refreshing ideas for your next photo project.


Once digital photographs have been taken off the camera and placed on the computer, many programs, like Adobe Photoshop, can be used to manipulate them. This is especially true for turning a color photograph into monochrome and then changing the contrast and relative lightness or darkness. I decided to use […]