Adobe Photoshop Very Simple Tutorial: Deep-freezing Tuna

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The other day, I went fishing with my neighbor Jim Glassley. I really hoped that I could catch a big fish because I wanted to make fresh sushi for my wife. She loves raw fish. And I did catch a big fish, a 2-foot-long tuna. But I was afraid that the tuna would go bad by the time I got home. What could I do… Right! I didn’t forget to bring my MacBook with me. So I started it up and launched Adobe Photoshop. In a matter of just 3 minutes or so, I deep-froze the tuna.

The following tutorial shows easy steps to design a deep-frozen fish, using Adobe Photoshop CS2. The photo image used in this tutorial comes from Webshots.





  1. Create a new layer and make a selection of the fish.
  2. Fill the selection with sheer black and apply Noise.
  3. Apply to the selection Gaussian Blur.
  4. In the Layer Palette, add a layer style.
  5. Under Bevel and Emboss, switch Style to Inner Bevel. Adjust Depth and Size.
  6. Furthermore, enable Texture and choose a map.
  7. Finally, use Hue/Saturation to colorize the layer.





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