Photomanipulations, like every other art genre, can be good and bad, more and less eye-catching and impressive. All of us want to reach a wide audience and get other people interested in what we do - it's the constant daily struggle of an aspiring artist. Too often, though, we are frustrated because our artworks don't measure up to the standards we set for ourselves, and in these moments, looking at images created by other people can sometimes get pretty depressing. How many times did you ask yourself "will I ever be as good as them?"
Throughout the years, I focused mostly on things like colours and atmosphere, slowly building a solid techni
This is an overview of the Photomanipulation / Photoshop Tutorials available in my Gallery. Some are a little old (still using PS7), but the principles are still valid (even though some of the really old ones may seem outdated aesthetically). Generally, the further down in each list, the newer the tutorials. Tutorials with this symbol are video tutorials - the newer ones can also be found on my youtube channel.
As of April 2018, I have my own website artofkuschelirmel.de where I will host all my tutorials in the future - I will also upload previews here, but on the BLOG everything will be up first :aww: So if you like, hop on over and if y