Underwater Graphics

With just a few, simple Photoshop techniques you can transform your ordinary or even dull-looking underwater images into stunning graphics. Help your readers become more creative!

Posted on Apr 4, 2012

More people than ever shoot underwater pictures, either with ridiculously expensive dSLR equipment or simple compact cameras.

The images work well for showing off to friends and family on Facebook, but very few think outside the box when it comes to actually using the images for something a little more creative.

Help your readers become more creative!

With just a few, simple Photoshop techniques anyone can transform their ordinary or even dull-looking underwater images into stunning, colourful artwork.

This 1.300 word story shows your readers how to get started and gives them a run-through of some of the basic Photoshop tools that can help them become more creative.

The opportunities to create interesting underwater graphics are virtually endless. Just play around!

The story also offers your readers ideas on what to do with the creations - underwater graphics is not limited to just hanging on the wall. Why not use your images in a book or have them printed as a wallpaper?

Get this story for your magazine!

Althought the basic idea of this 1.300 word story is to inspire your readers to be more creative and play with their images in Photoshop, it will also make your magazine look more interesting.

It comes complete with a variety of manipulated images to show what can easily be done in Photoshop (or similar software) to create stunning graphics suitable to hang on their living-room wall, to be printed in a photo book or even as a wallpaper.

Don't miss this opportunity to offer your readers a fresh and different angle on underwater photography!

» Please click here to inquire about the Underwater Graphics story


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