Adding Colour To Images

Removing creases First, I used the Spot-Healing tool to get rid of the creases where there wasn't much detail, then I used the Clone-stamp tool to get rid of the creases where there was detail, using the colour from nearby. Adding Colour This was much the same process as with the car. First, I created a new … Continue reading Adding Colour To Images


Getting Rid Of Blemishes

for this task, we were given a picture of Morgan freeman  and had to get rid of any blemishes / wrinkles to make his face look younger. We did this by using the spot-healing tool and adding a gaussian blur over certain areas of his face to create the effect of smoother skin.   First, we created … Continue reading Getting Rid Of Blemishes


In this task, we were asked to turn the silver Mini into a Mini of another colour. Like the Cityscape, we did this task twice. Once destructively and once non-destructively.   Destructive Blending Firstly, we selected all the parts of the car that we wanted to fill with the selection tool. Then we used the … Continue reading Blending

Adjustment Layers

In Photoshop, there are different types of layers. The basic example is an image but another is an adjustment layer. This works much like a normal layer except that it applies an effect to all the layers below such as Levels and Hue/Saturation. Masks can then be used with these layers to highlight certain areas to … Continue reading Adjustment Layers

Destructive and Non-Destructive Editing

To help us understand the difference between destructive and non-destructive editing, we did the task twice, once destructively and once non-destructively. Destructive editing First of all, we used the magic wand selection tool to select the sky area and then erased it by pressing Ctrl + Backspace. Then we created a new layer and added … Continue reading Destructive and Non-Destructive Editing

Photoshop – Basic Selections

This was my first photoshop tutorial. We used the selection tool to select an area and then used the paintbrush tool to colour it in. We then created a new layer behind the existing one, selected the previous selection by holding down the CMD button and clicking on the object in the layers panel. Then we … Continue reading Photoshop – Basic Selections