Category Archives: Photoshop
So you want a zombie wedding photo of you and your wedding party, but don’t want to mess up your dress or hair and makeup. Groom Josiahx posted a video on how he “zombified” his wedding party and turned himself and his bride into zombie slayers. “we had our photographer grab a shot of everyone in their best zombie pose,” says Josiahx, “So, I decided to do a bit of Photoshop, and timelapse it!”
A personalized photo guest book for your wedding is something truly unique. It’s easy to make your own comic book wedding guest book with your favorite photos or engagement photos. Use Photoshop or any other photo program to arrange your photos in a comic book layout and then add blank comic bubbles for your guests to write in. For this book, I actually used my wedding photos (since I didn’t take engagement photos). I started with a black background (you can also use white) and arranged my photos on top leaving even spacing between them. Then all you need to do is get your pages printed out and bound into your very own comic book.
A Doctor Who inspired wedding monogram you can use for many aspects of your wedding from invitations and favors to wine bottles and napkins. I made this monogram in Photoshop and used the Matt Smith Doctor Who font for the names and the Parchment font built into Photoshop, but you can use a variety of other computer programs and fonts.
When the Content-Aware Fill tool was added to Photoshop CS6 it was described as being “magical” and just flat out amazing. A great tool to use when you want to remove unwanted content from an image (like say some random guy squatting in your wedding photos). You can also use the tool to repair scratches and tear marks in the digital versions of old weddings photos that have been scanned into your computer.
Basically, the great thing about Content-Aware Fill is that it doesn’t just remove the content, but it also fills in the selected area to make it look as though the removed content never existed. Here’s a quick and super easy tutorial on how to use Content-Aware Fill on your wedding photos.