Adobe Photoshop is the king of photo and design world - it's versatile, offers tremendeous options and filters - if you have idea what you want to do you can certainly do it with Photoshop. Here are a few photography effects that will save you time and money giving it to professionals or buying equipment for it.
Tutorial focuses on how to simulate the look of infrared photography in Photoshop using Photoshop’s Channels palette and seeing how to isolate a color channel and how to apply filters to color channels.
Get HDR results in Photoshop using bracketed exposures in the production process and then Photoshop layers after it.
How to create high dynamic range (HDR) images - the author targets on realism instead of exaggerating the application of HDR.
Learn how to apply the popular “lomography” effect to your photos.
With the help of exposure in Photoshop get this great looking HDR effect for your picture .
Give your pictures the sepia-toned 300 movie effect.
Tilt shift lenses focus on a single part of the photo and shift (blur) the surrounding area to create an optical illusion of miniaturized scenery. Real tilt shift lenses are expensive, but a similar effect can be achieved by using Photoshop.
Give your images that dreamy look and make them look more appealing for the eyes.