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I did up some player cards for the best starting lineup in my dynasty league. Rather than spamming you all with the 10 individual cards, here they are all together.

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With Championship Weekend coming up, I did up some banners for each of my leagues for our Facebook pages. This one turned out the best of the bunch.

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Really like this! (My fantasy team is terrible, thanks cowboys) Just wondering, how did you make the pictures on the cards look like that?

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1 hour ago, KRZYBDGRZ said:

Really like this! (My fantasy team is terrible, thanks cowboys) Just wondering, how did you make the pictures on the cards look like that?

Most of the effect is from Topaz Labs (or something like that) on Photoshop.

 

Here's the tutorial I used for most of it...

 

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Thanks!

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Bragging some more about my awesome fantasy team. Not pictured: Brady, Kelce, AJ Green, Freeman. I will admit that the quality of the actual effects gets worse the further out you get.

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Cool stuff.

 

If you want to take that next step with your designs, you should probably try to even-out the effect across all the players. The effect on Beckham and Bell are really heavy; yet much lighter on Zeke and Thomas. 

 

Part of that is not your fault because every photograph you find on the internet has different levels of contrast and exposure (whereas, if you took your own photos with your camera in the same lighting and location, you would have very similar settings for each photograph) based on the lighting that each game was played in (the lighting in Dallas is different than the lighting outside in New York or inside the Superdome). So if you apply the same Topaz Labs effect to different photographs, you’ll get varying results as you can see with your photoshop. 

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