In this post, we’re putting together 17 of our favorite Photoshop effect tutorials on Youtube. These will teach you how to create incredible natural pastel tones, fun vintage effects, and other cool effects!
Also check out the rest of our tutorials if you want to try a few more.
Learn how to make a bleached film vintage photo effect in a few easy steps! Created using Photoshop CS5 by the talented Jessica Kobeissi.
Create a gorgeous soft vintage look in Photoshop and emulate retro film styles to make your photography pop.
Create a surreal double exposure effect in Adobe Photoshop, which is based on the authentic multiple technique technique used by Photographers, where two photographs are exposed onto the same film to blend two images together.
In this Photoshop CS5 tutorial, learn how to create a high fashion photo effect with a few simple steps.
Learn how to get a pro vintage in just 3 simple steps using Adobe Photoshop!
In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a “Blush Vintage” effect. This effect simulates modern light leaks in photography.
Learn how to recreate the effect shown in the new movie, Sinister with this Photoshop effect tutorial.
Learn how to create beautiful, realistic light leaks in Photoshop.
Create and add grain to a document in Photoshop. This technique will always create realistic grain and create different patterns of grain each time you use this technique!
Create an authentic HDR effect using Photoshop.
Professional and simple skin retouching tutorial! SUPER EASY and very effective.
This video explains how to get a 60s faded effect with your photographs.
How to create cool tones within your photographs, largely inspired by Brandon Woelfel’s retouching style.
If you have ever seen amazing eyes in a photo there is a good chance that it has been edited in Photoshop. Enhancing a person’s eyes in Photoshop is a quick way to make an image really stand out. Make eyes look amazing in Photoshop with this quick tutorial.
This video will be showing you how to recreate the famous ‘Early Bird’ Effect found on an app called ‘Instagram’.
The first in a two part series of natural outdoor portrait retouch using Adobe Photoshop. This part will cover fixing hair, smoothing skin while retaining texture using frequency separation, and adding depth and sharpness with dodging and burning. Part 2 will focus on details like the eyes and hair, toning the image and adding bokeh and lens flare.
The second in a two part series where of natural outdoor portrait retouch using Adobe Photoshop. In this part we will finish off the image by working on details like the eyes and hair, sharpening, modifying the tone/colors of the image and adding some lens flare and bokeh.