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15 Photo Effect Photoshop Tutorials

This post will be showcasing to you selected Photoshop Photo Effect Tutorials that bring together a wealth of knowledge to boost your design skills. 

If you want to share your own work or that of other designers you come across with Desigg readers, just drop us an Email, and we will be sure to add it to our lists.

Amazing Transformation of Kid into Evil Look

Photo to sketch

Vector Art with Photoshop

Dramatic gritty effect

Cubism effect Amazing!

Add Dynamic Lighting to a Flat Photograph

Create a Funky Perspective of a Model Riding Digital Volume

How to Create a Realistic IES Lighting Effect in Photoshop

Awesome Card Creation – Snow Scene

Fake model photography

How to see through your computer monitor using Photoshop

Scared Photomanipulation Tutorial

Snail race photo montage

Horror film effect

Oil painting


  1. Hi there,

    I’d really enjoy if make a tutorial for making a good lomo effect with a standar photography !
    And thanks for your work 😀


  2. Damn, forgot to comment on what I’d like to see, so here goes: the vector tools in Photoshop.

  3. 3d and typography 🙂 keep up the good work!

  4. Great list of photoshop tutorials.

    I’m most interested in compositing: the combination of different images and parts of images with the creative use of masking and blending, having just chosen this as an option for future study in college 🙂

    The Cubism effect was great – I’ll be trying this one out.

  5. hi – my name is yunita – come from indonesia
    now i’m an graphic designer collegian, and it’s very surprised i found your web.
    wow .. this is a GREAT CREATIVE WEB.
    i learn many new thing here. i very like:
    Vector Art with Photoshop and Dramatic gritty effect
    and hope i will get the plugin 🙂
    or the tutorial maybe? it will very help increase my skill.
    thank you for your sharing …

  6. Graphic Design Tutorials

    Hi excellent photoshop tutorial!

    The design possibilities are endless . However, we have to admit that Photoshop does have a long learning curve.

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