Have you ever wondered how it would be if some of the world’s most popular Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) were turned into saloon cars? Won’t that be awesome? Well, photoshop gives us an idea of how that would look like.
These SUVs and crossovers were transformed to saloons with the help of popular photo editing application, Photoshop.
Of course, these transformed vehicles all ended up with surprisingly agreeable results. This process is referred to as Virtual tuning.
Virtual tuning is the artistic genre where creative car loving graphic artists digitally transform vehicles into unique modified cars. Often, they achieve this using the kinds of aftermarket wheels, body kits and spoilers that are available in real life, but with a hyper-stylised appearance.
In this article, we are going to feature some amazing examples of transformed or tuned-up cars from a collection of virtual tuners.
Photoshop is a photo editing software. It has made it super easy for people to learn how to edit photos and videos.
Photoshop uses different tools for cropping, retouching and adding different layers to a photo. With these techniques, one can make images that only the mind could create.
Some people have gotten so good at using photoshop that sometimes it’s hard to tell what’s real and what’s fake.
We have seen how Photoshop has been extensively used in areas like web designing and beauty photo retouching.
Photoshop also rules and dominates – the modding and sketching of rides.
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