The Ritual – Advanced Manipulation

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Advanced Photoshop manipulation tutorial where I show you how I created a sci-fi scene in Photoshop. I will show you how I created the illuminated symbols and how I created the floating stones. On this tutorial I’ll use standard manipulation techniques from my workflow to create this dark and intriguing manipulation. 

The tutorial is made with Photoshop CC. You can use any version of Photoshop but the final result may not have the same color tones.


  • You will need a computer with Windows or Mac OS
  • Minimum RAM memory for smooth running: 8GB
  • Photoshop CS6 or CC (previous versions work as well with minor changes)

What will I learn in this course?

You will learn to create a manipulation from beginning to end. You will see the workflow I use and how I created illuminated symbols on stone as well as light effects and a color tones.

Who is it aimed at?

This course is for advanced users who are familiar with basic Photoshop tools and techniques.

Final result

The Ritual. Advanced Photoshop Manipulation August 2018

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I'm a self-taught Photoshop artist and like teaching other how to improve their skills. I love design and graphic communication. I've been creating Photoshop tutorials since 2009 for beginners and advanced users
  • Hello Andrei,just want to thank you for the work you share so artist like myself who love what i do can get better…thank you so much. great tutorials they all pack a punch with its unique way of workflow and skills. is it possible that i can send you few of the works that I have done concerning your challenge photo-manipulation that you posted on YouTube? wel thank you so much keep up the good work my friend.

  • Hello Andrei,
    As a fellow photographer and graphics artist I want to tell you just how inspirational your work has been. The images you have produced have challenged me to be the best artist I can. I am always looking for ways to improve my work, and you have never let me down. Thank you! I continue to look forward to each and every image that you share with us, as well as the techniques we learn and are able to carry on to future projects.

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