Painted photo processing in Photoshop

In this lesson, Maxim Kuchma invites you to talk about drawing on a photo, but not in order to imitate some specific effect, such as oil painting or watercolor drawing. Nothing like this.

You will learn the basic features of a useful and practical method of processing, with which you can quickly, accurately, delicately and, which is very important, it is natural to change the cut-off pattern and shades for individual sections of the image.

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Maximus knowingly applied the wording on drawing in the title of the lesson. And all because in the editing process literally need to put on the image strokes and even large strokes. But you yourself see everything now.

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