It has been a few weeks since I have written a Photoshop Sunday post. I have not entered the Gym of Photoshop to play around and flex my Photo manipulation muscles because I haven’t had time. I am back again this week though with an interesting, manipulating a picture using textures and layer styles.
I created the image using one of my many tulip pictures which I posted earlier in the year (you can see it here).
I created the image using a collection of Milk Splash stock images. I took each stock image and placed it over the tulip and used transform to sculp the splash into place. To colorize the image I used Layer Styles; first using the inner shadow to create the illusion of light coming from the same direction and then gradient overlay to to add the colour.
A straight forward manipulation, well you should strain yourself when you first return to the gym.
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13 thoughts on “Photoshop Sunday; Milk Splash Tulip”
Surreal and very cool. It sounds a lot easier than it looks.
To be honest once you have the first layer style down you can just copy it on to the next layer. It took about 30 mins to complete.
Nice.i must try this one day..
Give it ago, I will be repeating it in the future.
Very cool, Ben!
Love the beautiful, vibrant colors against the black background, Ben Stunning finished image!
Thanks Stacy, I tried with a white background but the colours just seemed to be flat, the black just created so much more contrast.
Seems like a cool technique. I like the result.
Glad you like the result, I really want to try it with some other subjects.
That’s what I was thinking too. It could be cool to try it on architectural photos, or perhaps even on a portrait.