Photoshop Tutorial – Texture Manipulation in Photoshop


In this tutorial, I will show you how you can manipulation texture by using a combination of selection tool, free transform tool, refine edge tool and stamp tool in Photoshop.

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Foundations of Photoshop

This Foundations of Photoshop class is for people who are completely new to Photoshop or who want to understand it better. It covers the foundational skills that you need to use Photoshop. Work through 25+ exercises while watching the videos to learn some of the basic tools of Photoshop. Topics include: Layers, Adjusting your images, Photo Retouching, Design Tools and more.

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Photoshop Tutorial | Double Exposure Effect


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Photoshop for Web Design Beginners

Photoshop is one of the best tools, so learn it with this Photoshop Web Design Tutorial!

I have been using Photoshop since version 3 and every time it gets better and better. I have created litterally thousands of designs and over that time I have found that there are number of key skills and tools us web designers use in almost every design. This is why I created, along with the team at Web Courses, a series of screencast tutorials ideal for beginner web designers who wants to Learn Web Design with Photoshop.

1. The Power of File and New
In this lesson, you will learn how to open a new document and apply the settings you need to set up before you start designing in Photoshop.

2. Changing, Using and Installing Brushes
A look at paintbrushes. The different types of brushes that you can use as well as installing some new brushes, so you can do some really nice affects on your design.

3. The Key to Custom Shapes
Shapes is something we use a lot when we’re designing a web page. It’s used to make the layout and lots of other elements on the screen. We get used to this really useful tool in this lesson.

4. The Core of Photoshop, Layers and Groups
Layers are the most important part of Photoshop, as they allow you to make changes to specific areas on the screen. You can further group these layers together to make it more manageable when you’re designing.

5. The Shortcuts to Moving and Resizing
In this lesson we’re going to be looking at how to move layers around the screen and how to resize them using the free transform tool, something you will use a lot in your designs.

6. Getting the Most from Zooming and Panning
We are going to look at how to look around your design and see the details by using the zoom tool. So in this lesson we look into two very important features of using Photoshop daily, zooming and panning.

7. Creating Cool Effects with Blending Modes
Blending modes are when you have two layers interacting with each other and effects are different things you can apply to single layer, things like shadows, inners shadows, gradients etc.

8. Text, Love it or Hate it
Texts are one of the trickiest things in Photoshop, reason being that its not really made to do it. So in this lesson, we’re going to find easy ways to work with Photoshop and texts.

9. Clean Web Page Design using Photoshop
We are going to be creating a webpage design in Photoshop. We are going to use grids to organize everything and get things in line and various other tricks to make the perfect web page.

How to Create a Cute Sleeping Moon Illustration

From a simple sketch to full blown colored artwork you will learn how create an Illustration of a Sleeping Moon. A drawing tablet isn’t necessary for this tutorial but it can make things go little smoother. Before I touch Photoshop I draw a series of sketches for my Moon design and select the best one I like. In the creation of my sketch I research real moons as well as other illustrations of moons from various artists. This is only to build up ideas on how I want my moon to look. You can draw your own sketch or right click and save the one I made and place it in your Photoshop canvas.

Final Results

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Tutorial Resources

Step 1

Open Photoshop and create a new document, it can be 900 x 800 pixel 72 dpi like mine. Make sure your sketch is centered in the middle of your canvas.

Step 2

In your layers menu create 3 groups. Rename the first group “Sky background”, the second group “Moon” and the third group “Sleeping Cap”. This just to help keep things organized for our design.

Step 3

If you’re really knowledgeable with the Pen Tool then this part and many others parts should be breeze for you. Select your Pen Tool (P), make sure your fill color is set on yellow (#ffff00). Click on the top outer edge of the moon as you see in the image below. This will drop an anchor point.

Doing this automatically creates a new layer for you. Now before doing anything else we’re going to bring the opacity down to 40%. Doing this will make it easier to see the sketch below it for us to trace. And also double click your layer and rename it “Moon”.

Step 4

Now what we’re going to do is select the top left part of the moon to make a curve. Click and drag out our anchor point to curve it. Now hold down Alt + Click Hold which will change you Pen Tool into the Convert Point Tool. And drag the left control handle back into the anchor. You’re going to do this for every new anchor the moon.

Step 5

Continue to trace around the edges.

Step 6

Now its time to breath more life into our crescent moon and give it some lighting and shading using our “Blending Options”. Double click or right click the moon layer and select Blending Options. Set the Bevel and Emboss settings to the same settings in the screenshot below.

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Add a Stroke layer style with the settings shown in the screenshot below.

Step 8

Add a Gradient Overlay with the settings shown below.

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Finally, add an Outer Glow layer style.

Step 10

Now that we’re done creating the body our moon and rendering it, next up for our design will be the closed eye and mouth.

Select the Pen Tool (P) and drop an anchor on the right edge of the sketch. And click another anchor point on the other end, but this time dragging it out to make nice curve. Now connect it to the other end. Once done rename the layer eye.

We’re going to draw a smile. Locate the right edge of the mouth near the lips and drop an anchor point. Proceed to trace the mouth like in the example below.

When its completed rename the layer smile.

Step 11

Next we are going give the cheek area a little more volume by shading it with the Brush Tool. First create a new layer, name it cheek. Select your Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) and drag out nice round ellipse like in the example image below.

Step 12

Select your Brush Tool (B) and set your foreground color to dark yellow (#aba000)

Step 13

Lets travel up to our Sleeping Cap group. And we are going to trace the cap in the moon sketch.

Now select your Line Tool (U) in the shape sub-menu, make sure the color is red (#ff0000) and Stroke is 1 pt. Hold down shift + click and drag the line down from the tip of the cap.

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Now we’re going to render the sleeping cap, adding some lighting and shading to it.

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And now we’re going to create a string and ball to go with the sleeping cap. Select your Line Tool (U) set the Fill to red and Stroke to pt 1.

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Now ellipse Tool (U) in the shape sub-menu. Now hold down shift + click drag a small Ellipse out and set it under your string.

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Now its time to add some rendering to the ball of the sleeping cap.

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Its time to work on our background. Go to your “Sky Background” group and select your Rectangle Tool (U). Locate the top left hand corner of your canvas and Click + Hold drag your Rectangle Tool down to the bottom right corner. Or you can go to the Rectangle Tool menu bar at the top and change the width to 800px and height to 800px then center align your background. Once that’s done change the name of your layer to “Sky”. And now right click the layer and go to Blending Mode and select Gradient Overlay, copy the settings in example. Gradient code from left to right (#009cff #00106f #080025)

Step 19

Moving on lets create some stars for our background. This part is very easy to do because we’re going to place small white dots in different areas of top portion of the sky. Create a new layer above your “Sky Background” layer and rename it “Stars”. Now we’re going to select our Brush Tool (B). Make sure your foreground color is set to white (#ffffff). Throughout this process we will change the brush range from 1 pt to 4 pt, doing this will give a little variety to the stars we’re going to place here.

Step 20

Next we’re going to design some clouds to go with our sky and stars. Whip out the trusty Pen Tool (P) and follow what you see in the example below. Remember to Click + Hold and Drag your handle back into the Anchor Point after a single curve.

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You can make as many clouds as you want using that method. The sky is the limit.

We’re going to make a big cloud that is further in on the background on the left side of our moon.

Step 22

We are going to render our clouds in this step. Go to your Blending options for the top right cloud. Copy Blending Option settings below.

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And this should be the result of using my Blending Option formula. You can apply these settings to every new cloud you design.

Step 24

For the large cloud on left I changed the Blending settings a little to give it a nice background fade effect. To achieve that same look copy these Blending settings below.

Step 25

Now its time to add some texture to our entire design. Make sure all 3 group layers are visible. Create new layer above your three groups and rename it “Texture”. Now select your Paint Bucket Tool (M) make sure your foreground color is black and just click the center of your canvas.

Step 26

Go back to your Filters – Noise Menu and select Median.

Then after that right click your Gradient Layer and change your Color Overlay to orange (#ff7c00).

Final Results

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Tutorial by Zeke Brown

And that is how you create a Sleeping Moon Illustration from simple sketch to fully detailed artwork. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial utilize these same techniques for your own illustration projects. My name is Zeke a Graphic Designer, Artist all around Creative Being. Thank you for reading. Go out there and express yourself by creating awesome art!

– Zeke Brown

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Create a Surreal Secret Mission Scene in Photoshop

In this tutorial that explains in detail how to create a cool and dynamic wallpapers! Over following pages, you will discover all of the tricks and techniques, that I have used in this artwork. Also, I will tell you how to create a realism and weather events. Grab your mouse and a big cup of coffee, because today we are going to a very secret mission. Check it out, and you might learn some neat tricks!

What you’ll be creating

Okay, let’s start with the tutorial: create a new document and add the image of port, containers and city, change the sky. All this mixed together and add a few more main details. Then go to soldiers and military equipment. The next stage of work on realistic lighting and color mood of the picture. Completing the special effects photo manipulation and sharpening. Whatever version of Photoshop you are using, you will be able to follow this tutorial along.

final-results

Tutorial Resources

Step 1

First I opened up a new document named “Loading Bay”. Size was 1920×1080, Resolution 200 Pixels/Inch. Go to File > Place Embedded, and open “Container Vessel” image.

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Resize it (Cmd/Ctrl + T or go to Edit > Free Transform) as shown in image below, and then tap the Return key to accept the changes.

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Step 2

Placed image of the sky under the layer with the ship and transformed it to fit my picture properly.

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I changed the color of the sky, so that the image more suited to the picture. Create a new Hue/Saturation adjustment layer (Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation or use “Create new fill or adjustment layer” icon at the bottom of the Layers panel). Change the Hue: +23, Saturation to -29, Lightness: -3. Click the “Clip adjustment to layer” icon at the bottom of the Properties panel.

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Step 3

Go back to ship’s layer. Now I used Magic Wand Tool (W) with Tolerance: 10 and “Add to selection” option. Start to select a sky. Try to capture every possible fragment of the sky, but do not pay attention to the remaining small pieces, then we will remove it. Also, try to not got into the selection a ship fragments. Hold Opt/Alt (to inverse a layer mask) and click on “Add Layer Mask” icon to remove a sky.

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Double click on a layer mask and you go to Mask Properties. Click on “Mask Edge” button. In window “Refine Mask” set view “On Black”, checkbox on “Smart Radius”, Radius: 4.0px, Shift Edge: -33. Use brush in this window to remove the remaining pieces of the sky throughout the image. Voila, now all unwanted pieces gone and the open horizon of opportunities.

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Step 4

Place “Containers” image (File > Place Embedded). Resize the image is not necessary, only Rotate it on -1.35 degrees, tap the Return key to accept the changes. Position the image to part of the containers with the first plan was hidden beyond the boundaries of the work area and containers conform to distance of whole image. In such a way, with Magic Wand Tool (W) select a sky and holding Opt/Alt, click on “Add Layer Mask” icon to remove a sky. Do not touch the asphalt in this image, it is still useful to us.

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Create a new layer (Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + N or use “Create New Layer” icon) set default colors (D), switch them (X) and use Cmd/Ctrl + Del to fill layer. On Layer panel set Fill around 20% and clip this layer to containers (hold Opt/Alt + click between layers). This removes excess brightness from containers.

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Step 5

Let us place “New York City” image in the background (above the layer with the sky). Slightly reduce the size of the image and flip it horizontally (right click in Transform Mode > Flip Horizontal).

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Now I used Polygonal Lasso Tool (L) to make selection of the sky on the picture. Holding Opt/Alt, click on “Add Layer Mask” icon to remove a sky. To clear the rays from the background, use “Refine Mask” command with the settings as in image below.

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Duplicate this layer (Cmd/Ctrl + J or Layer > Duplicate Layer…) and slightly reducing its size (about half) place the city the far side of the port to close the absence of background. It has become enough layers to join them into one group. Select all layers and click on “Create New Group” button or use Cmd/Ctrl + G.

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Step 6

Now that the main line of the horizon is done, you can add a little depth. To create the effect of distance, I used Brush Tool (B) with Soft Round brush, Size: 300px, Opacity around 20% and Color: #e1e1e1 to create a simulation of fog. Create a new layer above city layers and draw on bottom part of the city. Do not add a fog too much, otherwise you are lost realism. All in one pass.

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I have done the same thing with the city on the left side of the image and in the center, near the house on the crane (here I reduced layer Fill to 71%). So, we got misty city that blends well with the port and the sky. According to the idea my picture to be severe weather to transfer the tension and danger of the situation.

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Step 7

To variety of cover elements and complement the landscape by using the boxes. Place “Boxes” image, resize and flip it horizontally. With Polygonal Lasso Tool (L) select only do not cut boxes and with layer mask separate boxes from the background.

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Now there’s a logical question about the correctness of inscriptions. Not long thinking, I took Clone Stamp Tool (S) and set following settings for this tool – Size: 35px, Opacity: 100%, Soft round brush, checkbox on “Aligned” and Sample: All Layers. On a new layer paint on the all the inscriptions. Try to vary the texture on the boxes to create a realism (use as a donor other boxes) and try to use a stamp in accordance with the location of cracks and edges of the box, do not take away them with this tool. Clip this layer to boxes (Opt/Alt + click between layers).

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Create a new black fill layer (set background color to black + Cmd/Ctrl + Del) and clip it to boxes layer. Set Fill around 40%. Select boxes by holding Cmd/Ctrl and click on layer mask thumbnail. Create a new layer, use using soft round black brush (Size around 100px) I brushed these parts with lower opacity (around 30%) to make a small shadow at the bottom of boxes. Use only the edge of the brush to shade was not strongly hard.

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Step 8

Now it’s time to stamp! Now that all the key elements of the composition in place, you can begin to work on the details. Create a new layer under boxes layer, take a Clone Stamp Tool (S) (Size: 50 – 100px, Opacity: 60 – 100%, checkbox on “Aligned”, Sample: All Layers). Next to “Mode” list there is thumbnail folder icon with a stamp, by clicking on it will take you to “Clone Source” tab. Set Scale to 120%. Stamped all empty spaces continuation of the road. Use different pieces of asphalt to a variety of textures. To boxes do not interfere with the process, hide them by clicking on the eye icon, and do not forget to return them when you are finished stamping.

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Return “Scale” to 100%, hide a sky and background layer and prolong the cropped part of the crane. At now work with a stamp is completed. Perhaps you have noticed a red construct on the right side of the image. I did not sketch it because it kind of does not prevent the whole picture, but if you wish, and you can restore it.

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Step 9

Add shadows to objects. Select boxes again (Cmd/Ctrl + click on layer thumbnail), create a new layer above stamp layer and fill selection with black color ( press D, X and Cmd/Ctrl + Del). To deselect use Cmd/Ctrl + D. Flip a shadow vertically (Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical) and add a filter “Gaussian Blur” (Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur…). Set Radius around 5.0 pixels and apply filter by clicking OK. Set layer Opacity to 25%.

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Duplicate this layer (Cmd/Ctrl + J). Now transform both layers with Distort Tool (Edit > Transform > Distort), first shadow should be a little closer to the box, and the other to go beyond the image (sure to keep in mind that the shade should be a slight tilt). Merge these two layers (Cmd/Ctrl + E) and on this layer brushed between boxes and asphalt (Size: 150px, Opacity: 20%). On this layer, draw a shadow near the ship and containers.

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Step 10

Now create a basic color scheme for picture. Create a new adjustment layer “Brightness/Contrast” over the group “Port” (click on “Create new fill or adjustment layer” icon “Brightness/Contrast”). Change Brightness to -40, Contrast to -5.

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Add another adjustment layer – “Color Lookup”. Set checkbox on “3DLUT file” and in list, select “NightFromDay.CUBE”. Set for layer Blending Mode “Hard Light” and Fill to 40%. Basis for the night is created, we can continue a photomontage.

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Step 11

Create a new group (icon on the bottom of Layer panel), name it “Assault”. Place “Soldier 1” image and resize it so that would be a soldier was not a big than box (his helmet should be higher than the box). Use Pen Tool (P) to create a flat path of soldier. When you are finished add a vector mask by using “Mask” button in the upper settings panel. Repeat the same with the second soldier and helicopter.

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Second “Soldier” image place a little closer and make it a little bigger (to create the dynamics of movement). Also flip the image horizontally. Now the helicopter. Place it as shown in the figure below. After removal background, convert this layer to Smart Object (right click on layer > Convert to Smart Object. It is necessary to blur filter is not spoiled a mask), then add a filter “Motion Blur” (Filter > Blur > Motion Blur…). Change Angle to 40 degrees and Distance to 16 pixels. To give realism, remove with Brush Tool (B) on the filter mask effect with the front of the helicopter.

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Use Step 9 to create a shadows from soldiers (the principle remains the same). The main thing is not to overdo it and do not shade too bright and hard.

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Step 12

Once we have a night scene, it would be very good to create lighting. Create a new group and layer into it. Each lamp consists of three phase of light – major source (Size: 20px, Opacity: 100%), glow (Size: 50px, Opacity: 30%), diffused light (Size: 100px, Opacity: 30%, drawn brush edge from the center of light source). With Brush Tool (B) (soft round brush, color: #ffffff) draw light on the previously described scheme. Reduce the size of the brush to distant lights. You can also make the signal lights on the ship reds (#ff0000).

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Take a Polygonal Lasso Tool (L) and on a new layer make a selection in the shape of an elongated triangle from the helicopter. Fill it with white color (D to set default colors then Cmd/Ctrl + Del), use Cmd/Ctrl + D to deselect. Blur this layer to get a soft diffused light. Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur… and change Radius to 30 pixels. As a result, we get a good flow of light. You can boost the light source using Brush Tool (B).

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Repeat the same process to create light from the lantern on the house at the top of the image. Since at this point we had smoke background, it is necessary to reduce Fill to 52% for this layer.

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Step 13

Would be more interesting to add rain and puddles to enhance the mood of the picture. Let’s start with puddles. With soft round brush (Size: 35-80px, Opacity: 30%, Roundness: 13% (F5 to change it in brush settings), color: #ffffff), draw in places where you want to see the puddles. Try to make abstract forms in different places, change the brush size to make small puddles and in some places, apply the colors more vivid to create depth for puddles.

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Go to Layer Palette and select all groups except light group and adjustment layers. Use Cmd/Ctrl +J then Cmd/Ctrl + E to duplicate and merged of whole picture, flip it vertically (Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical) move it above puddles layer and clip it (hold Opt/Alt + click between layers). With Move Tool (V) move this image to find a suitable reflection. Remains one problem – how to make a reflection of boxes because no matter how you move the image, any variant lacking the necessary details. Duplicate this layer (Cmd/Ctrl + J) and clip it again. Move the image to find reflection form boxes. then add a layer mask and with black soft brush remove all except reflection.

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Step 14

Then I added the rain itself. The principle is the same as with the creation of the snow. So we need a new group “Rain” above lighting group and new black fill layer (background color to black > Cmd/Ctrl + Del). Go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise… Set Amount to 30% then add another one filter “Motion Blur” (Filter > Blur > Motion Blur…). Change Angle to -75 degrees and Distance to 15 pixels. Set layer Blending Mode to “Screen”.

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One layer is not enough to make realistic rain, so duplicate this layer (Cmd/Ctrl + J), Set Fill to 50%. Try to mentally divide the image into 4 equal parts, use Free Transform Tool (Cmd/Ctrl + T) with pressed Shift key and reduce size to fit one of the four parts. Take Move Tool (V) and with pressed Opt/Alt key drag and drop this layer to make remaining three copies in its place.

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Change Blending Mode of whole group to “Screen”. After adding more layers with rain the entire image with a gray haze, to clean it, use an adjustment layer “Levels” (“Create new fill or adjustment layer” icon at the bottom of the Layers panel > “Levels”). Set for black slider value 45, for gray slider 1.08 and for white slider 145. This layer has increased the amount of black, which helped to remove haze and make more visible drops.

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Step 15

Create a more realistic light for our picture. Hold Opt/Alt and click on “create new layer” button. Create a new layer with a Blending Mode “Overlay”, check box on “Fill with Overlay-neutral color (50% gray)”. Now, use Dodge Tool (O) and hold Opt/Alt to switch to Burn Tool (O) with the settings for both tools – Range: Midtones/Shadows, Exposure: 5 – 10%. Optionally, you can use Brush Tool (B) with black/white color and low values of Opacity. To create light and shadow for specific objects, simply select them by holding Cmd/Ctrl and click on a layer thumbnail.

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Add adjustment layer “Color Lookup” above adjustment layers from Step 10. Set checkbox on “3DLUT file” and in list, select “”Candlelight.CUBE”. Set for layer Blending Mode “Overlay” and Opacity to 35%. This layer is to enhance the colors that add dramatic effect. To mitigate the effects on the adjustment layer mask, remove part of the effect, using black brush with low Opacity.

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Step 16

To make the light from the lanterns realistic, I added a few flares. In the folder with the flares of huge set, and you can choose any you like. Create a new group “Flaers” and place images here. For lamps I used the image “OpticalFlare29”, change Blending Mode to “Screen”, reduce it’s size and place them on the closest lamps. To make it faster, use Move Tool (V) and Opt/Alt key. To remove overexposed flare edges on image, just add a layer mask to the group and with black brush, remove it.

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For the signal lights on the helicopter and ship, I used “15” image but first create a new group in this group, place flares to the desired location within the new group and then add an adjustment layer “Hue/Saturation” with Hue around +108 (you can change the values to get more saturated color). And don’t forget click the “Clip adjustment to layer” icon at the bottom of the Properties panel.

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Step 17

This is optional step. The picture is ready, but I decided to add more contrast to make night was very dark. It’s simple use Cmd/Ctrl + Opt/Alt + Shift + E to create a duplicate of the entire image and change a Blending Mode to “Soft Light” and Opacity to 25%.

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Step 18

And this step, I recommend you do. This layer is to increase the clarity of all the details. Again duplicate the entire image (Cmd/Ctrl + Opt/Alt + Shift + E) then go to Filter > Other > High Pass… and set Radius: 0.7px. Set Blending Mode of this layer to “Overlay”. You can use larger values, but then you have to change layer Opacity to a harmonious look of this effect.

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Final Results

That is it! Not so hard right? Tell me what you think about the effect using the Comment-section below!

final-results

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Tutorial by Maria Semelevich.

profileThank you very much for taking the time to study this tutorial! I hope you benefited it! I wish you good luck in your future achievements! I thank for all authors of resources for their excellent work and good quality! Thank you very much! If you have questions or need help, please contact me. I look forward to your feedback and creative works! You can contact me by e-mail – [email protected] orFacebook Deviantart Behance. I am open to suggestions and cooperation! With best wishes!

– Maria Semelevich.

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Photoshop cc Tutorial: Soft Dreamy Painting Effect (2017)


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Introduction to Graphic Design

Are you tired of learning Photoshop tricks without understanding how to apply the software to real design? Or maybe you just want to understand what really is design and how can you become a real designer?

Design goes way beyond software and there is a lot of theory behind it. In this introductory course, you’ll learn the basics needed to create amazing and real design.

For this course, you won’t need any sort of equipment or specific software. “Why? Isn’t design just Photoshop?” you may ask, to which I answer “No, my dear reader! It is not!”. By understanding the process behind what real designers do and understand, you will also be able to see what makes good design. Why is that logo appealing? Why does that poster grab my attention? How is it that I can understand that ad, even though nothing is written on it? After participating in this course, you’ll finally understand more of design and gain the ability to see the world in a different way.

From the history of communication to the 5 basics principles of design, if you really want to learn design this is the perfect course for you!

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From Portrait to Painting

In today’s episode we turn a portrait into a wonderful work of art using Photoshop custom Brushes, various Filters, and mixing blending modes. The first and most important step is to start with a photograph you love because this tutorial is a bit more in-Depth than a few in the past. The reason I decided to post this tutorial is because of a recent job I used these techniques for. It was a lot of work, a lot of fun, and a lot of phlearning. You can use this processing technique as we do in today’s episode, or apply it to your own images such as Graphics and Action shots. This can be used in a way to spice up a portrait that needs that extra kick.

We started by using Filters such as cut-out to take away from the original to make it look more like a Graphic image. Then we used a custom Brush to create a splatter Pattern, and using the Colors within the image we created a Pattern that can be incorporated over the portait to look like paint. Then we created a Vignette using various blending modes to achieve the desired effect.

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Thalaivaa (English: Leader) is a 2013 Indian Tamil-language crime thriller film written and directed by A. L. Vijay. It stars Vijay, Amala Paul and Abhimanyu Singh, with Sathyaraj and Santhanam in supporting roles. The film, produced by Chandraprakash Jain, features background score and soundtrack composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar with cinematography and editing handled by Nirav Shah and Anthony respectively. The story revolves around a dancer who takes over his father’s duty as a gangster after his death.

The film, which commenced production in November 2012 in Mumbai, was released on 8 August 2013. The film was also released in Telugu under the title Anna in Andhra Pradesh. The film has also been dubbed into Hindi as Thalaivaa — The Leader by Goldmines Telefilms.Vijay as Vishwa Ramadurai (Vishwa Bhai)
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5 Things I Do To Every Portrait


In this episode I’ll show you the 5 things that I do to every portrait in Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5.

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Amazing Dreamy Haze Effect In Photoshop

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This episode covers how to create a nice clean dreamy effect for your image.
Only using the basic tools! This tutorial works best with nature images or portraits.

Download the image I used here

Article publié pour la première fois le 02/01/2015

How To Make Artistic Looks Photo Effect In Photoshop


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Self Portraits Can Make You a Better Photographer

Self portraits are near and dear to my heart because that is how I got my start in photography. Contrary to popular belief, there is actually a reason to take images of yourself beyond narcissism. In this episode I go over all the amazing things self portraits can teach you!

Easily Photoshop Color Correction – Photoshop Tutorial

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Photoshop Dog Retouching – All Tips & Tricks Covered

You will need no prior photoshop knowledge or any other programs – I’ll show you how to instantly get into photoshop retouching and have fun with it. (literally!) In all photoshop lessons I go into full detail showing exactly how you, like me, can use these photoshop techniques & skills for immediate success. (You just need to know these simple photoshop steps)

Based on my huge successes, I let you look over my shoulder as I photoshop, showing you precisely what I do on an average 5 to 20 Min per lesson. Making photoshop fun and easy. “Anyone can do this”

For that reason I’ve even made my biggest Photoshop course for free here on Udemy. It covers over 150 free lectures and has become the most popular Photoshop course here on Udemy.

Whether you already have worked with photoshop before or not, you can be quickly earning good money from your photoshop knowledge from 30+- minutes work a day … just like me! Maybe as a dog retoucher 🙂

I stress that you need no prior photoshop experience and there’s nothing to buy or pay for. You Just need Photoshop!

You’ll learn

How to photograph an animal & set the light setup
How to do Raw Conversions
How to do Basic Retouching – Image Cleanups
How to sharpen and enhance the image more
How to do work & add a color background
How to do Merge & Refine the Animals Shape and Hair
How to do shape the animals features and give dimension with shadows
How to apply color grades and fix color casts
How to apply the dodge & burn technique
How to apply the dodge & burn technique
… and much, much more!

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If you have never worked in photoshop before, I spend a lot of time in this course showing you how to master photoshop, with no prior photoshop knowledge! Using my extensive knowledge which I crammed up in over 2 hours of photoshop tutorials!

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Introducing Photoshop: Liquify |


Learn how to use the Liquify Filter in Adobe Photoshop.

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No matter what you’re looking to learn in Photoshop, you’re bound to find it in our library of over 350 tutorials. Topics include: Text Effects in Photoshop, Photo Composition, Photo Retouching, The Basics of Photoshop, Designing in Photoshop, Special Effects, and more! While new videos will be taught using the latest version of Photoshop, you’ll find videos covering Photoshop CC, Photoshop CS6, CS5, CS4, and CS3.

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Paint splash effect | photoshop tutorial | photo effects

Article publié pour la première fois le 12/03/2017

Basic Photoshop for people new to photography

I built this course for – amature photographers – the weekend warriors. For people who secretly don’t know how their lovely camera really works.

But who want to take a few of their good shots of family and holidays and make them amazing.

We cover the essentials without getting technical. It’s not a 17 hour marathon.It’s short, clear, step by step without skipping any of the basics. With exercise files you can download and work along with me.

I also have printable notes so you can follow along and scribble your own personal notes. I’ll be teaching how to open your camera’s files in Photoshop – Adjust the contrast and color of your images.

You’ll be able to easily retouch out spots and blemishes or completely remove objects if you need too. You’ll learn how to make basic montage’s. As well as how to get your files saved so you can take them down to your local copy shop to be printed.

Know that I’ll be around to help – when you’re ready you can send me your work and I’ll see if they are any suggestions I can offer.

Feel free to have a look through the course description and I look forward to showing you how easy Photoshop really can be.

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Old Vintage Effect In Photoshop

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Turn one of your favorite portraits into an old vintage photograph.
We will be mainly applying adjustment layers and a texture to give that old photo feel.

Download the texture I used in this episode here.

Article publié pour la première fois le 30/01/2015

Dilate the Pupils for Better Portraits

In this Photoshop tutorial, you’l’l learn how to dilate the pupils for better portraits. There are a lot of ways to retouch portraits. Enlarging the pupils is just one of them. But sometimes the smallest part of your photo will have the biggest impact.

Does it look more appealing to you or is it not really that big of a deal. Let me know what you think by leaving a comment.

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Photoshop Tutorial | Water Portrait | Photo Effect


In this Photoshop water splash portrait tutorial i will show you how to transform regular portraits into beautiful artwork. Mostly for this effect we will load water splash png in Photoshop and then adjust them to make them blend with model and then do some basic color correction for final touch ups.

I really hope you enjoy this photo effects tutorial and if you have questions or suggestions ask me in comments below.

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Digital Bokeh Effect In Photoshop

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Create a digital bokeh effect for your image. Learn how to properly blur the background
using an easy technique, You will also be able to save your bokeh brushes for later use.

Article publié pour la première fois le 02/01/2015

Photoshop Tutorial | Pixel Explosion Effect


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Beginner Photoshop to HTML5 and CSS3

In this course you will learn how to create a basic website using Phohoshop and Dreamweaver. You will be able to use Photoshop to create a design for your website and use Dreamweaver to organise the content and make the website fully functional. The website will contain 5 pages : Home, About me, Services, Portfolio and Contact and all the images and support materials are provided. By the end of this course you will be able to make a basic website and put it Live.

Welcome to PSDVault.com Youtube Channel


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Fall Hi-Res Photoshop Brushes, Patterns, and Textures.

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Article publié pour la première fois le 04/01/2015

Photoshop Tutorial | How to Make a 3D Pop Out Photo Effect


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Adobe Photoshop CS6 – Basic Editing Tutorial For Beginning Photographers

Article publié pour la première fois le 29/11/2016

Photoshop In-Depth: Master all of Photoshop’s Tools Easily

In this Photoshop course, I introduce and explain the various tools in Photoshop. Every single tool is covered, with the exception of 3D tools. Advanced modes and options are also covered. By the time you’ve finished this course, you will be an expert at Photoshop’s tools. However, some students may option not to complete the entire course and instead use this as a reference to learn about specific tools. If that’s the case, jump around to which tool you have questions about, even though you might be missing some helpful content by not completing all the lectures. The lectures are ordered in the order they are located in the Tools panel.

Students can follow along in Photoshop and practice adjusting the various tools’ options and use them in conjunction with each other, whether it’s the Type Tools, the Pen Tools, or the Shape Tools, or digital darkroom tools like the Clone Stamp Tool, the Sponge Tool, and so on.

There are 11 lectures on the various selection tools. This could normally be a course by itself, but it is included as one section in this course. If you complete this course, you will be an expert at making selections in Photoshop!

I have years of experience using Photoshop, including doing web and advertising design at a newspaper, an advertising design firm, a library system, and freelance work for about two decades. I’ve also been managing editor at two international graphic design magazines, and I’m currently a full-time professor of graphic design and digital media. I’ve taken classes on digital production and design during my undergraduate and graduate work.

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5 Photoshop Tricks You Don’t Know

Article publié pour la première fois le 12/09/2016

Bogan – Typo Photoshop Tutorial | Jayam Ravi, Arvind Swamy, Hansikha | March1st VFX Studio


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How to Remove Anything from a Photo in Photoshop

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Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts & Commands – Get To Know Your Workspace

Article publié pour la première fois le 16/12/2015

Sci Fi | Photo Manipulation Photo Effects | Photoshop Tutorial

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Photoshop Tutorial – Get 6 Pack Abs in Photoshop

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5 Things Terry White Does to Every Portrait


In this episode of the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast Terry White shows the 5 things he does to every portrait in Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5.

How to Design a Beautiful Christmas Background in – Photoshop Tutorial

Article publié pour la première fois le 08/09/2016

Finding a Focal Point & Why We Edit

Today we are going into the 2nd part of editing fundamentals -Finding a focal point, and why we edit in the first place. These are things not many people talk about, but they should be at the root of everything you do in Photoshop.

We go over various ways in which a viewer’s eyes will be attracted to a certain part of an image. These include Saturation, Difference between Tone, Focus, Sharpness, & Composition. The great news is that Photoshop gives you the Tools necessary to change all of these things to help you get your point across. In the end you will want a clear idea of where the viewer should look at your image. This episode is all about helping you do that.

Thinking in Photoshop Elements 12

Welcome to “Thinking in Photoshop Elements 12” course!

If you don’t know if your pictures look good, or if the problems you see can be corrected, this course is for you.

This course will teach you how to look at your pictures, how to find problems and how to fix them. You will have an insight into the thinking process – the way I look and correct my pictures. You will see, what tools can be used in specific situations, and why.

You will learn:

– how to remove fogginess from your photos
– how to sharpen
– how to remove strong color cast
– elements of retouching
– removing distortions
– using new effects
– how to replace the sky wth new one
and many, many more.

The course is divided into logical chapters to help with your study.

In the first lesson you will find downloadable pictures which you can use to follow the material presented in the movies.

In the last movie you will find free effects, which you can download and use in Photoshop Elements to speed up your work.

It will take only 1h 30 min to complete. The best way to study is to go linear, from lesson one. Please don’t skip lessons because you may miss important info.

Enjoy!

Article publié pour la première fois le 01/07/2016

How to Mask in Photoshop. Don’t Erase!


If you’ve ever touched the Eraser Tool in Photoshop, you’re doing it wrong! With the many non-destructive tools that are available in Photoshop, every edit you make should easily be reversible, including erasing. This video will discuss Layer Masking, and how it can replace your eraser!

Tools used in this tutorial:

Layer Masks: If there’s an area of your layer that you wish to hide (or bring back), Layer Masks will help you do that. Painting using a black brush will hide portions of the layer, and painting with a white brush will reveal them.

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No matter what you’re looking to learn in Photoshop, you’re bound to find it in our library of over 350 tutorials. Topics include: Text Effects in Photoshop, Photo Composition, Photo Retouching, The Basics of Photoshop, Designing in Photoshop, Special Effects, and more! While new videos will be taught using the latest version of Photoshop, you’ll find videos covering Photoshop CC, Photoshop CS6, CS5, CS4, and CS3.

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5 Photoshop Mistakes Photographers Make

There are a lot of ways to process photos in Photoshop. But not everyone uses Photoshop in the most efficient way. In this tutorial, you’ll learn common mistakes photographers make and why you should avoid it.

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Tutorial: 6 Trucchi e Consigli per Photoshop

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Singam 3 Title Making Photoshop Tutorial | Surya, Anushka, Shruthi Hasan, Hari | MutualGrid


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Photoshop Graphic Design – How to design a football wallpaper – Neymar Wallpaper

Article publié pour la première fois le 20/10/2016

How To Do Masking in Adobe Photoshop


In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, Terry White kicks off the new year with a tutorial on masking in Photoshop.

How to create a Peeled Sticker Text Effect in Photoshop Tutorial

Article publié pour la première fois le 31/10/2016

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How to Edit Thousands of Images at Once in Photoshop with Batch Processing

Don’t waste your time doing the same thing over and over in Photoshop. This tutorial will show you how to apply the same editing to thousands of images at once in Photoshop using your own Actions with the Batch automation. You’ll learn how to create a basic Photoshop Action and learn how to run it within the Batch automation window so you can quickly edit tons of images. Get ready to cut your editing time in half!

What you’ll be creating

In this tutorial we’ll create a Photoshop action that resizes the length of our images to 1000 pixels and then we’ll apply it to several images at once. Photoshop’s batch and action automation features have been available for a long time so you’ll be able to follow along in Photoshop CS3 or newer. There are a ton of free Photoshop actions here on Photoshop Tutorials that you can use to batch process your images using the same technique!

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Step 1

First create a new 2000px by 1500px document. This will give us a workspace to create our action and record our changes for the image size dialogue box later on.

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Step 2

Go to Window > Actions to open the actions palette. Click on the Create New Set folder icon at the bottom of the actions palette and name it “Resizing Actions.” You can move sets and actions around in the actions palette simply by clicking and dragging.

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Click on our new Resizing Actions set to select it. We will create our action inside of this set so that we can save it for later. You cannot save actions out of Photoshop and open them on another computer unless they are in a set. Click on the Create New Action button and name the action “1000PX Wide

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Click Record to start recording your action. Anything you do now will be recorded in steps within the action for you to playback later in the batch automation. Go to Image > Image Size and change the Width to 1000px. Make sure that the Scale Styles, Constrain Proportion, and Resample Image tick boxes are checked. Set the resampling dropdown menu to Bicubic Automatic. Click OK. Don’t worry about the Document Size settings since the action will only record the values for the tick boxes, the width value we changed and the resampling settings in the dropdown menu.

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Now we have to save our image in the action we are recording. Normally, you wouldn’t record a Save As command in an action, but the batch automation needs this step in order to export the correct file type for us. Go to File > Save As and save this blank document as a JPEG. Check the Embed Color Profile tick box. ClickSave. It doesn’t matter where you save the image while recording the action because we will define a destination folder where our batch of images will be saved later but you must click save to define the JPEG file type in the action.

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Go back to the Actions Palette and click the Stop Icon. Our action is ready to go! See the Image Size and Save sequence we did? Simple.

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Go to File > Automate > Batch to open the Batch window. Select Resizing Actions in the Set dropdown menu and 1000PX Wide in the Actions dropdown menu.

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Click Choose underneath the Source: Folder heading and select the Distressed Paint Overlays folder wherever you saved it. We’ll be resizing these images.

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Leave Override Action “Open” Commands unchecked since we didn’t open any files while recording our action. Leave Include All Subfolders unchecked since there aren’t any subfolders in the stock pack we’re using. Suppress File Open Options Dialogs and Suppress Color Profile Warnings should be checked to avoid having to confirm profile changes and options dialogs for every image in the batch. Most JPEG images will have an embedded sRGB color profile and by default Photoshop’s Working RGB is sRGB so there shouldn’t be any Color Profile Warnings anyway. If there is no embedded profile in an image Photoshop can assign the working sRGB profile to the image. It’s important to have no dialogs pop up during the batch otherwise it defeats the purpose of the automation. You want to be able to click OK and walk away while Photoshop does the work for you.

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Create a new folder on your Desktop called “Batch Process Images Resized.” Back in the batch window in Photoshop set this folder as the Destination folder. Make sure Override Action Save As Commands is ticked so that the batch uses only our file settings from the action and not the save location.

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Finally, choose a File Naming Template for your exported images. We can stick with the default template for now. Make sure the Windows and Mac OS Compatibility tick boxes are checked. Leave the Errors dropdown at Stop for Errors.

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Click OK in the batch dialog and you’re good to go. The images will open, resize to 1000 pixels wide and save right in front of you. Try it with another action and see what else is possible!

Final Results

Final Results

Tutorial by Alex Hochstrasser

ProfileThanks for reading my tutorial! I hope you have a better understanding of Photoshop Actions and Batch Automation now. I am an Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop, if you have any questions leave me a comment. If you’d like to check out my work you can do so at www.AlexHawkPhotography.com
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Photoshop Tricks & Tips

General TIPS to help
Don’t get bogged down with what you CAN do. Focus on what you WANT to do.

Don’t put yourself in a time crunch. Allow the photo to come to you. It is great to step away from your image. Take a few days to edit. You will see things new each time.

Keep notes on what works, so you can go back to that

Simplify the image as much as possible while still getting the idea across.

Try something CRAZY – you just might like it. – Colors, jump out of your comfort zone and Style, try adapting the Style of others.
Composition – look for it before you start, change it if you need to.
Look at what other people are doing with their editing, see if you can break it down & copy

Try all the blending modes even if you think you know which one you want

Fix clipping and edit with Levels, Curves – generally: neutralize, then expand by 5
Watch your Highlights and Shadows,

View the “mask only” to make sure you’re only masking what you want
Circle what you want to fix on your photos

Have some fun!

Smoke Effect – Photoshop Tutorial


In this tutorial, we’ll see how to transform an image into an Awesome Smoke Photo Effect using Adobe Photoshop. The main trick to this effect is to find a good combination with the smoke brushes and the image we’ll be using.

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Photoshop Professor Notes – Volume 2 – Great Selections

This is Volume 2 of 5 in my “Photoshop – Beginners to Intermediate” series. I have developed this series over many years of teaching at both the College and University levels in a variety of departments including the Multimedia Program, Graphic Design Program, the Fashion Program, and the Creative Photography Programs both daytime and evening diploma and certificate programs. These courses in Adobe Photoshop (Volumes 1 through 5), start right at the very beginning assuming that the learner has no experience in using the application.

First of all, why would you ever need to make a selection? Well, if you have ever wanted to make a change in your image on a specific part of the image, one of the easiest ways to do that is with a selection. You see, selections allow you to isolate areas that you want to make a change in and protect the other areas from that change. Learning how to use all of the selection tools properly will allow you to make these changes to your images so your viewers won’t know you did anything to your image.

Lecture 1: The Rectangular and Elliptical Marquee Tools

Knowing how to use these selection tools will assist you in making great selections. Have you ever wanted to make a selection of a square object in your image(s) but were not successful? Knowing how to modify the Rectangle Marquee selection in order to create a perfect square is just one thing you’ll learn in this volume. have you ever wanted to enhance or modify the moon (or any other circular object) in one of your images? Knowing how to modify the Elliptical Marquee selection tool will allow you to make these changes in an undetectable way to your viewers.

Lecture 2: The 3 Lasso Style Selection Tools

Probably one of the most often used selection tools is the Lasso Tool. The main Lasso Tool is what we call a “free hand style” drawing tool. Just click and drag around the area that you want to change. But what if you wanted to select an object that has straight lines and curved lines? Or what if your hands are not as steady as you would like but you still need to make a selection – try the magnetic lasso tool.

Lecture 3: The Selection Brush and the Magic Wand Tools

The Selection Brush is relatively new to Photoshop. Not everybody fully understands how to use this selection tool, but you will. the Magic Wand Tool is probably the absolute most used selection tool in Photoshop. In this lecture I will show you how to fully use it for amazing results.

Lecture 4: Adding to and subtracting from a Selection

What if your selections are not perfect on the first attempt and you need to add some more to the selection or take away some of it. This lecture will teach how to modify your selections by adding some more to your current selection or by taking away some of the stray areas that should not be part of the selection.

Lecture 5: Modifying your Selections

More on modifying your selections. Creating that transitional edge between the part that is selected and the part that you want to protect from your changes is critical to making believable enhancements. What if your selection is the right shape but it is too large or too small. You will learn how to manage these situations with your selections in this lecture.

Lecture 6: The Refine Edge Feature

Years ago we had this great feature in Photoshop called the Extract Tool which would allow us to extract say a person from an image so we place that person in another image easily. Well, that tool has been replaced by the Refine Edge Tool and it is really amazing to use. As it’s name indicates, it allows you great flexibility in refining the edges of your selections.

Lecture 7: Making Selections Based on Colour

A quick and easy way to make selections in your images can be to base that selection on colour. In this lecture you will learn how to say, select a blouse or pair of slacks in order to change their colour or brightness making that selected object either darker or lighter.

Lecture 8: Select and Fill in Just One Click

The paint bucket tool has had a bit of a facelift in recent versions of Photoshop and understanding how and when to properly use this selection tool in what you will learn in this lecture.

Article publié pour la première fois le 20/06/2016

Digital Painting Techniques – Photoshop Tutorial – Narrated by RAM


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In this video I explain some of the techniques that I have learned on how to digitally paint. I try to explain parts that I feel most artist may neglect to explain when creating a digital painting like this in Photoshop. It is done with CS6 and Wacom Cintiq. I created this in about an hour so the video is long but hopefully very informative if you are just starting out in the digital painting world.

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Photoshop 101

Taught by photographer/visual arts teacher Scott Wittenburg, Photoshop 101 is a course specifically designed for those students with little or no experience in Adobe Photoshop who wish to become proficient in the program in a relatively short time. Beginning with simple, easy to follow video tutorials and supplied images, students immediately find themselves engaged in the course, creating composite images while becoming familiar with the tools. Through continued practice and usage, students eventually move on to creating their own original artworks by utilizing their new skills with their own images. By the end of the course, students will be able to tackle the following digital imaging situations with confidence, efficiency, and creativity.

Retouching Images
Working With Layers
Working With Masks
Color Correction
Exposure Correction
Working With Text
Working With Filters
Colorizing Grayscale Images
Creating Muliple Image Composites
Refining Edges, Feathering Images

Article publié pour la première fois le 13/02/2015

Create a Wood Texture in Photoshop |


Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to create a wood texture using shapes, Filters, and Layer Styles. Make sure to check out my other Photoshop tutorials for more on text effects, photo editing, photo retouching, and more! Links below!

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IceflowStudios is run by Howard Pinsky, providing FREE Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom video tutorials to the graphic design and photographer community. As an Adobe Community Professional, Howard’s Photoshop tutorials have been recognized by schools around the country, design blogs, and by Adobe. To date, the videos uploaded to the IceflowStudios YouTube channel and website have been viewed over 80 million times.

No matter what you’re looking to learn in Photoshop, you’re bound to find it in our library of over 350 tutorials. Topics include: Text Effects in Photoshop, Photo Composition, Photo Retouching, The Basics of Photoshop, Designing in Photoshop, Special Effects, and more! While new videos will be taught using the latest version of Photoshop, you’ll find videos covering Photoshop CC, Photoshop CS6, CS5, CS4, and CS3.

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Adobe Lightroom For Beginners: Start Photo Editing Today!

Start editing photos in Lightroom today!

You’ve always wanted to learn how to easily edit your photos. Lightroom is the perfect tool for you. It’s robust, yet intuitive. This course will teach you everything you to start photo editing today.

Make your photos pop!

This Lightroom training course is the perfect course for beginners. Learn all of the basics to get started in just over an hour of content. Whether you are using Lightroom 6, 5, 4, or 3, this course will teach you how to use the program to its fullest potential.

Make your photos shine with this great course from Phil Ebiner. Each lesson is available for download, so you can take it with you wherever you go.

Some of the key topics include:

Program Layout
Importing and Exporting Photos
Basic Tools
Advanced Tools
Photo Editing Technique
Adding Watermarks to Your Photos
Graduated, Radial, Spot Removal, Adjustment Brush Filters
and so much more!
Also, no need to purchase Lightroom for this course. If you don’t have a version, I will teach you how to get a free trial version of Adobe Lightroom.

Receive a verifiable certificate upon completion of this course!

Article publié pour la première fois le 05/03/2016

How to Carve Wood in Adobe Photoshop


In today’s Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to be creating a wood text effect using a simple texture, Layer Styles, Adjustment Layers, and blending methods. This tutorial takes advantage of Blend If, which I covered in my Graffiti Text Effect tutorial. Make sure to check out my other Photoshop tutorials. Links below!

Tools used in this tutorial:

The Type Tool: Click and type! If you’ve ever used a word processing application, you already know how it works! Up on the Options Bar, you can change your typeface, font size, style, color, and so on!

Layer Styles: If you’re looking to add effects to your layers, you’ll likely want to use Layer Styles. Whether it’s an outer glow, a few shadows, or a bevel to give it depth, the possibilities are endless!

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The Best Keyboard and Mouse for Photoshop

Here are the best keyboards and mouse for Photoshop. In this video, you’ll learn how proper keyboards and mouse can significantly improve your workflow and productivity.

It’s All About Productivity

People tend to use the free keyboard and mouse that their computer came with. But those are usually not the best. For a software like Photoshop where you need precise mouse movements, a high-quality mouse is a must-have – especially if you’re working on a high-res display. Photoshop also has a lot of tools and commands so a keyboard with extra macro keys will improve your productivity significantly.

Now just to be clear, this video isn’t about buying peripherals that will make you look like a professional. The stuff I’m going to recommend to you is based on how practical they are – not how professional they look. Most of the products are designed for gamers. But don’t be fooled into thinking that gaming products aren’t good enough for professional work. Manufactures market their products for gamers simply because there are way more gamers than photographers and digital artists. Gaming keyboards and mouse are some of the best performing and well-built products you can buy and they make using Photoshop so much better. So don’t worry if the products make you look like a gamer, it’s all about being more productive.


Picking a Keyboard

Let’s start off by talking about your keyboard. A good keyboard isn’t 100% necessary for Photoshop. Most of the features are for your own comfort and personal preference. But there are practical features that make these keyboards a good investment.

Macros

One of the biggest features that might make you more money are macro keys. These are extra keys on your keyboard that you can program to any hotkey, keystroke combinations and more. It’s incredibly useful. Your productivity will improve so much once you start using macros.  If you want to add a hot key in Photoshop, you can do it by going to Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts. But you’re going to have a tough time finding a hot key that’s not already taken.

A better solution is to use macros. For example, I have a macro for converting a layer into a Smart Object. What this macro does is it presses Alt+L, S, S which basically loads a command from the menu. On Macs, it’s more complicated but still possible. I don’t use Macs anymore but from what I remember, you had to press something like Cmd F2 and then use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate around the menus. It sounds like a lot of keystrokes but you can record your macro with no delays and it’ll play so fast that it feels like you’re pressing a hot key.

I use macros all the time. And I have it set so that the macro keys will change depending on which software I’m currently using. Time is money. If you’re not using macros yet, I highly recommend you try it out. Once you get into the habit of using it and build your own profiles, you’ll get things done so much faster.

RGB Lighting

Once you start using macros, you’re going to run into another problem. When you have so many macros set, it’s hard to remember which one does what. And this is where RGB lighting comes in. Look for keyboards that let you set the colors for every individual key like this Corsair K95 keyboard. Some keyboards will say they have RGB lighting, but they only let you have one color for your entire keyboard or for a couple zones on your keyboard and not the individual keys. Make sure that the keyboard you buy has per-key RGB lighting.

A cheaper alternative would be to get a non-RGB keyboard and stick some stickers, but if you use multiple macro profiles and have it set so that it changes based on which software you’re currently using, your stickers won’t be useful anyomre. With an RGB keyboard, you can tell it to light up your macro keys different based on which software you’re currently using.


Top Keyboards for Photoshop

I’m currently using a Corsair K95 keyboard. It has 18 macro keys and I use all of them. In fact, it’s not enough for me so I have a second macro pad, the Logitech G13. I recommend this if you need more macro keys or if you’re using a laptop and don’t want to carry a gigantic keyboard around. There are other options like this crazy Cherry keyboard with more keys than you ever need, but I don’t recommend this because the software is quite outdated and not as flexible as the software from other manufactures.

So which keyboards do I recommend? Here are my top 5 recommendations.

#5 Razer Orbweaver Chroma

The Razer Orbweaver is a macro pad with 20 keys in the main area and an additional 10 around it. It has per-key RGB lighting, great build quality, and software that lets you set customizable macros with unlimited profiles. I recommend this if you are using a laptop or if you need a lot of macro keys.

#4 Logitech G13

If you don’t need the per-key RGB lighting, the Logitech G13 is a better choice. It’s priced lower and has some of its own unique benefits. It gives you 22 macro keys, three dedicated profile switching buttons, and a dedicated on-the-fly macro recording button. It doesn’t have per-key RGB lighting like the Razer Orbweaver Chroma, but it has a LCD which is useful for displaying your CPU and RAM usage.

#3 Steelseries Apex 350

If you use a lot of Photoshop actions, the Steelseries Apex 350 is a great keyboard that’s not too expensive. It has plenty of macro keys but what I like the most about it are the macro keys  above the F1 – 12 buttons. They’re great for mapping your favorite Photoshop actions. The cons for this keyboard is that the keys aren’t mechanical and you can only set the color based on a couple zones – not the individual keys.

#2 Logitech G910

The Logitech G910 is great mechanical keyboard with per-key RGB lighting. It has 9 macro keys, which isn’t many but they’re located on the left and top sides which is useful if you like to have two sets of macro keys. For example, you can use the top macro keys for your favorite Photoshop actions and the side macro keys for common Photoshop commands like rearranging your layers.

#1 Corsair K95 RGB

My top recommendation which is also the keyboard I’m using is the Corsair K95 RGB. It has a whopping 18 macro keys, a dedicated on-the-fly macro recording button, three dedicated profile switching buttons, and per-key RGB lighting. It’s also has the best build quality I’ve ever seen in a keyboard and the software is very very customizable. Anything you can think of, you can probably do with the Corsair software. It’s not as user friendly as other software like Logitech but if you can use Photoshop, then you’ll have no troubles learning how to use Corsair’s software. The only downside is that once in a while, the macros will just stop working. But once you open the Corsair Utility software, it fixes itself immediately. Asides from the software issues, this is the best keyboard you can get for Photoshop.


 

Choosing the Best Mouse

Now, let’s talk about something even more important – your mouse. I see people doing professional work that requires precise mouse movements… and they’re using a cheap mouse – usually the free mouse that came with their computer. A good mouse makes a huge difference especially if you’re working on a high-res display.

Wireless or Wired

The first and most obvious feature you should decide on is whether or not you need a wireless mouse. On my home workstation, a wired mouse is fine and I like how I never have to swap the batteries or charge the mouse. However, on my laptop, I prefer a wireless mouse like this G700s which is my favorite mouse. More on that later. Cheap wireless mouse may have some latency issues but I find that once you get to gaming-grade mouse, the latency is minimal… I don’t notice any difference. So wired or wireless is really your personal preference.

Sensor Position

Have you ever switched to a new mouse and found that you’re not used to it? You can tweak the DPI setting all you want but it never feels like your old mouse. It’s probably because of the sensor position.

On this G700s mouse, the sensor is located near the front of the mouse while on this Corsair Scimitar RGB mouse, it’s located at the center. Look at the bottom of your mouse and notice where the sensor is positioned. I realized that the sensor position changes the way I hold a mouse. On the G700s, my palm would be resting on the mouse which makes it very comfortable to use. But on my Corsair mouse, I tend to hold it like a claw because I’m used to holding a mouse so that my fingers are positioned near the sensor.

If you want something that feels like your old mouse, try to find a mouse where the sensor is in roughly the same position.

DPI

The main reason for getting a gaming mouse is the adjustable DPI setting and improved polling rate. DPI stands for dots per inch and it’s basically a measurement for how sensitive your mouse is. A higher DPI setting will move your cursors more pixels per inch. The quick gist is that all gaming mouse will have more DPI than you need even on a 4K display. Normal non-gaming mouse will typically have a fixed DPI  between 800 and 1200 which is sufficient for low-res displays. If you have a 4k display, you should get a gaming mouse with at least 2000 DPI… anything over 6000 DPI is excessive. There’s no harm getting a mouse with a very high DPI setting, but just make sure that you’re not specifically spending extra money for that feature.

On my 40” 4K monitor, I have my mouse set to 2000 DPI which will move it roughly half way across the screen for every 1 inch of movement. If you’re used to using a low DPI, it’ll take some time to adapt to higher DPI settings. And this is where the DPI buttons on your mouse will come in handy. Most gaming mouse will have buttons for you to increase or decrease the DPI. So if you need more precision, you can simply press a button to lower the DPI and make your mouse slower. If you want your mouse to move faster, you can press the button to increase the DPI. It’s a very handy feature.

Polling Rate

Finally, polling rate is the other reason to buy gaming mouse. Polling rate is a measurement of how often your mouse reports its position to your computer. A higher polling rate means that your mouse is more responsive. Normal non-gaming mouse will have a polling rate of 125hz which means that it reports its position to your computer 125 times a second or every 8 milliseconds. Gaming mouse will typically have higher polling rates such as 250hz, 500hz, and 1000hz. You will notice a difference going from a non-gaming mouse with a polling rate of 125hz to a gaming mouse of 500hz. The difference between 500hz and 1000hz however, is not very noticeable.

Macro Buttons

Just like how you can buy a keyboard with macro buttons, you can buy a mouse with macro buttons too. It’s a great way to improve your productivity. The benefit of macro buttons on your mouse compared to a keyboard is that you don’t need to let go of your mouse so often. I have my mouse set to switch tabs, zoom in and out, close a document, and also scroll up and down a panel. In Photoshop, for some reason the page up, down, home and end keys don’t work in the panels. Using the scroll wheel is also very slow. So I made a macro on my mouse to scroll faster.

Mousepad & Mouse Feet

By the way, don’t forget to use a mousepad. I used to use my mouse on the bare surface of my desk but I’ve been using a mousepad for a couple months now and it makes a huge difference. It’s a lot smoother and it also extends the life of the mouse feet.


Top Mouse for Photoshop

It’s hard to get a gaming mouse that isn’t good. Any gaming mouse will be a huge improvement over a non-gaming mouse. But here are my top picks.

#5 Corsair SCIMITAR RGB

This is the mouse that I’m currently using. It’s a wired mouse with 12 macro keys on the side and two DPI buttons on the top. The position of the side buttons can be adjusted and I have mine set to the very front. It’s a very comfortable mouse and just like with the Corsair keyboard, the build-quality is great. The downside is that the scroll wheel doesn’t tilt so you can’t scroll horizontally.

#4 Razer Naga Epic Chroma

If you like the Corsair mouse but wish it was wireless, the Razer Naga Epic Chroma is a great alternative. The side buttons are fixed – you can’t adjust the position of it. But it has a tilt scrollwheel and comes with a charging base. It’s a great mouse but it’s also quite pricey at $130 USD.

#3 Logitech G600

The Logitech G600 is a wired mouse and just like the previous two mouse, it has 12 macro buttons on the side and two dpi buttons on the top. But it unlike the two, it has a third mouse button which is really cool. You can set this button so that if you hold on to it, it’ll lower the DPI and give you slower mouse movements. I personally haven’t gotten used to that and I find using the DPI buttons easier but if you can get used to it or you have ways of making use of the 3rd mouse button, this is a great choice. The best thing I like about this mouse is that the side buttons have an angle to them which makes it easy to feel which button you’re pressing.

#2 Logitech G900

Coming in in second place is the Logitech G900. It iss the best wireless mouse you can get. It’s super lightweight, has the most advanced optical sensor, the fastest response time for a wireless mouse, and it even has a built-in 32-bit ARM Cortex processor to control all of this. Essentially, it’s the best mouse you can get. But the reason why this doesn’t win the #1 spot is because it’s overkill for photography work and for $150 USD, it’s also not cheap. I recommend this mouse if you’re left-handed or if you just want the best mouse you can get. However, keep in mind that this doesn’t have as many macro buttons as the previous 3 mouse we mentioned.

#1 Logitech G700s

The #1 mouse is the Logitech G700s. I’ve been using this for a long time and although it doesn’t have as many buttons as the first three I mentioned, it has them positioned in better places. One of the issues with having so many buttons crammed on the side is that it’s easy to press the wrong one. This mouse has four on the side, three on the left mouse button, and one in the center. The other benefit of this is that it’s incredibly comfortable. I’ve used this mouse for over 5 years and I love it. The only reason I switched away from this mouse for productivity reasons – I simply needed a mouse with more buttons.

The downside with this mouse is that it’s not very durable. I went through 3 replacements. Twice because the scroll wheel broke and once because the left mouse button broke. However, Logitech’s customer service was awesome and they sent me replacements for free. Eventhough this mouse isn’t durable… and you can see that on mine it’s already showing signs of wear and tear, it’s still the most comfortable mouse. It’s also wireless, low-price, and still has lots of buttons. And that’s why the Logitech G700s is the best mouse for Photoshop.

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Creepy Lady on a Dark Mountain – Learn How to Create This Composite in Photoshop

Learn how to create this surreal mountain landscape in Photoshop. In this tutorial you’ll learn how you can create a mountain scene and how to add creepy trees to your scene without making the selections. You will also learn how to create shadows, lights, work with layer mask, adjustments layers and much more.

What you’ll be creating

First of all we will create a dark cloudy atmosphere using landscape, moon and clouds images. Next we’ll add the mountains to the scene and you will learn how you can create a surreal mountain landscape. After that we will add creepy trees to the scene and you’ll learn how to blend them less than in few minutes. Then we’ll add lamps, model, crow and we will also create a lights, shadow to make it realistic. At the end finish it up with using adjustments layers properly. You’ll need Photoshop CS5 or newer to follow this tutorial.

final-results

Tutorial Resources

Step 1

First of all download all the resources and keep them in a folder because it make’s easier to follow the tutorial. Now start by creating a new document by selecting File>new and set the setting as shown in below or you can go for higher setting.

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Now, Place it as shown in the image by selecting File>Place. We use Place command because Photoshop will automatically place the image as Smart Objects.

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Add a layer mask to the landscape by clicking add layer mask button(second button) on layer panel. Select a soft round black brush by pressing (B) on the keyboard then paint on the layer mask as shown in the image below.

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Next, add a Hue/Saturation(layer>new adjustment layer>hue/saturation or see the image below)adjustment layer then click the button shown in the image to create a clipping mask and set the hue to 0, saturation to -47 and lightness to -52 as shown in the image. Now select the landscape and hue/saturation adjustment layer by holding shift key and then group them by pressing CMD/CTRL+G. Name that group base.

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Step 5

Now, place the sky image and place it below the landscape layer.

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Add a Curves adjustment layer(layer>new adjustment layer>curves) to the sky and set is as shown in the image.

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Here is the result.

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Step 7

Add Hue/Saturation adjustment layer for sky to dark it and set the set the hue to 0, saturation to -48 and lightness to -42 setting as shown in the image.

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Now, place the moon image above the sky layer as shown in the image.

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Step 9

Add a layer mask to moon image and pick a soft black brush then paint on the layer mask as shown in the image below. You can see the result on layer mask.

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Add Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to the and clip it to moon layer. Set the set the hue to 0, saturation to -100 and lightness to -18

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Next, Add a Exposure adjustment layer to moon and clip it to moon layer. Select the all moon layer and group them. Name that group moon .

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Step 12

Here is the result and process so far.

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Step 13

We have a created a dark atmosphere and it time to add the mountain image. So, place the mountain 1 image below the base group and activate the transform tool by pressing CTRL+T. Then right click and choose warp tool. Alter the shape of image as shown in the image .

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Now transform the image as shown in the image after warping it and move it to left.

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Add a layer mask to the mountain 1 and pick the soft round black brush. Start painting on layer mask as shown in the image. You can see the result on layer mask .

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Step 16

To blend the mountain to the scene, I Added a photo filter adjustment layer, choose color #055ae5 and also added a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer don’t forget to clip these adjustments layers to the mountains.

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Here are the result.

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Now, place the mountain 2 image below the mountain 1. Add a layer mask to it and paint with soft black brush to blend it properly.

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Step 18

Add a Hue/Saturation and Photo filter adjustment layer. In photo filter adjustment layer choose color #1c84b0. Clip both adjustment layer to this image. As always you can see the setting in the image below.

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Here are the results and process so far.

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Step 19

Now, duplicate the mountain 1 image and name it m1 copy. Flip it horizontally by activating the transform tool and right click on it then choose flip horizontal.

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Place it to left side and activate the transform tool then scale it as shown in the image .

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Step 21

Add a layer mask to the this image and grab the soft round black brush then paint it as shown in the image. You can also see the result on layer mask

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Step 22

I added a Hue/Saturation and Photo Filter adjustment layer to this mountain image with same setting as applied in step 18. Create clipping mask for these adjustment layers also. You can see the result

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Step 23

Now, place the mountain 3 image above the m1 copy mountain.

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Add a layer mask to it and paint it with soft round black brush. You can see the result on layer mask.

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Add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and clip it then set the set the hue to 0, saturation to -40 and lightness to -81 as shown in the image to blend it properly.

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Now, duplicate the mountain 2 image then name it m2 copy and place it below the m1 copy.

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Add a layer mask to this image and select the soft round black brush then paint it shown in the image.

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Then, place it to the right side as shown in the image.

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Add a Hue/Saturation and photo filter adjustment layer to blend it properly. Choose color #0b70ed for photo filter and clip both layer to it.

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Here are the result.

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Here are the result so far.

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Step 31

Place the mountain 4 image below the mountain 1 image and scale it so, you get similar result as shown in the image.

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Add a layer mask to mountain 4 image and hide the blue part by painting on layer mask with soft round black brush.

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Then set the blend mode to multiply and add a Hue/Saturation adjustment and photo filter to this image then clip it. Choose color #055ae5 for photo filter and set it as shown in the image below.

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Here are the result.

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Step 35

Now, paint shadows on mountains. Arrows indicating that where to paint shadows. Pick a soft round black brush with 30% opacity and flow then start painting the shadow as shown by arrows. Now, select all the mountains layers and group them. Name that group mountains.

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Step 36

In this step will create fog so, load the smoke brush and create a new layer by pressing Ctrl+shift+n then paint some fog. I used two layer to make fog. After that select both layer and group them then name it fog.

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Create a new layer and select the soft round brush with opacity and flow set to 30%. Choose color #1f3343 and paint it as shown below

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change the blend mode of this layer to color dodge and here are the result.

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Step 38

Again, make new layer and this time paint light on ground(white arrow indicating) with same color in previous step then change the blend mode to color dodge.

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Place the death valley tree.

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Add a layer mask to the tree and select the soft round black brush then paint on layer mask it as shown in the image.

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Set the blend mode to multiply and as you can see we have blended the tree without making the selection. Don’t worry about the blue part we’ll fix it later with final adjustments layers.

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Add a level adjustment to tree and clip it then set the setting as shown in the image.

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Here is the result.

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Now, duplicate the tree layer one more time.

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Add a levels adjustment to this layer then clip it and set the setting as shown in the image. This time reduce the opacity to 48%.

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Here is the result.

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Paint shadows by choosing soft round black brush. The white arrow indicating where to paint shadows. Select all the tree layers and group them. Name it creepy trees.

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Step 46

Add a curves adjustment layer don’t clip it and set the setting as shown in the image. Then select a soft round black brush and paint on the curves layer mask. Because I want to lighten the landscape.

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You can see the effect of the curves adjustment layer and as a result it lighten the part which is indicated by white arrows.

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Now, place the lamp image and add a layer mask to it. On lamp layer mask, White arrow indicating where to paint with soft round black brush. So, It looks like that the lamp is hanging.

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Add a hue/Saturation adjustment layer and clip it to lamp. On layer mask of this layer make a dot with soft round brush.

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Here is the result.

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Step 49

To make the glowing light on lamp, I Created a new layer and pick soft round brush with 100% opacity and flow also set the size to 100. Choose the color #874b1d and make two stroke on lamp. Then change the blend mode to linear dodge and reduce the opacity to 71%. Name this layer lamp lights.

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Now create a new layer and name this layer light of lamp. Pick soft round brush and set the opacity to 50% and choose the same color in previous step. Paint more lights on the ground and set the blend mode to linear dodge then reduce the opacity to 23%. Group all the lamp layers and name it lamp.

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Step 51

Now, extract the model and place it as shown in the image. Then create a new layer below the model layer and paint the shadows with soft round black brush.

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I applied a layer style effect to model. Right click on model layer and choose blending options. Choose gradient overlay and set the setting as shown in the image.

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Here is the result.

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Step 54

I added Hue/Saturation and gradient map adjustment layer to blend the model to the scene. Clip both adjustment layer to model. On Gradient map adjustment layer choose color #000000 for shadows and #ff9600 for highlights and set the blend mode of gradient map to color dodge then reduce the opacity to 66%.

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Result should be similar to this.

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Step 55

I added two more adjustment layer Photo filter and Brightness/Contrast. Set the blend of photo filter to soft light. Clip both layer to the model.

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Here is the result

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Create a new layer then go to edit>fill and fill the layer with 50% gray. Set the blend mode of this layer to overlay.

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Select dodge and burn tool by pressing (O) on keyboard. Set the range to midtones and exposure to 9%. Then start dodge and burning as shown in the image.

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Step 58

Create a new layer and choose soft round brush with color #874b1d. Then paint light on model hair, face and hands or you can follow the arrows to create light. Now select all the model layer and group them. Name this group model.

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Here, you can see the process how I arranged all the layers. That’s why we use group.

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Step 59

Open raven and crow PSD and choose a raven. place it out main canvas.

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Add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to raven and clip it then set the set the hue to 0, saturation to -18 and lightness to -56 as shown in the image.

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Create a new layer and load the birds brush then paint birds. Choose 2500 pixels brush or choose whatever you like.

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Step 62

Now, we are heading towards the final adjustment and we will add five final adjustment layers without clipping it. So, add a curves adjustment layer set is shown in the image and on layer mask of curves paint it with soft round black brush. .

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Here is the result.

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Add a photo filter adjustment layer and choose color #16535c then set the blend mode to color.

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Here is the result.

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Step 64

Add a color balance adjustment layer set the setting as shown below and reduce the opacity to 51%.

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Add a selective color adjustment layer and set it as shown in the image.

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Here are the result after applying color balance and selective color adjustment layer.

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Add a curves adjustment layer set the setting as shown below and reduce the opacity to 70%.

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Final Results

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Tutorial by Bunty Pundir

profileThanks for following the tutorial. Hope it’s not difficult for you. I am a artist from New Delhi, India. Once again thanks for following the tutorial and hope you learn today something that gonna help on your project or whatever you are working on it. If you want to contact me then send me note on bunny7766. deviantart.com Have a great photoshopping day.

-Bunny

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When all the parts are finished, we will upload it to a game manufacturer and get it printed, as well as ready to sell to others.

If you’ve ever wanted to make your own card game, this is the course to watch!

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How to Add an Animal into the Foreground

Y’all asked to add an animal into the image, and to make things even a bit more difficult we decided to add a cat into the foreground.

First, we found an image of a cat that works for the photograph. You can take your own image as long as you remember to Light it all the same. We made a selection around the cat using the Magic Wand Tool, and with the Outline selected all we have to do is fill in the middle to make a quick, easy, and perfect selection. In order to make the cat seem natural we then use a combination of Levels, Hue, and Saturation to make sure we get the Color right. And we use a few special techniques to check the values of each. And finally a custom Brush with the Clone Stamp tool to add more grass in front of the cat.

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How to Create a Beautiful Moonlight Angel Photo Composite

Everybody loves angels or demons – this is really popular theme in photo manipulations. You will create something new on the fundaments of old theme. You will earn much tricks for making your own photomanips. Sounds interesting? Read this tutorial and find out how easy it is!

What you’ll be creating

You will need Photoshop CS5 or newer to follow this tutorial. You will start by creating night background, then you will learn how to make lights on model and how to create this amazing wings. At the end you will learn, how to make an awesome aura effect.

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Tutorial Resources

Step 1

Start from creating 1122x1600px canvas.

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Place “Sunny day” Into your file. Switch transform to warp mode. Then warp it as is shown. It will make foreground bigger.

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Now you will adjust whole layer to rest of the idea. Add Adjustment layer with Brightness/Contrast. Set it as is shown.

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I think this layer is too saturated. Fix it with adjustment layer – Hue/ Saturation.

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It will be night, soon. Add color/Balance for making it. More blue and less red will be okay.

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Place sky stock into your file. Mask bottom of this layer with big brush.

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Sky is too bright and with big contrast. Fix it, by adding Brightness/Contrast layer. Make it clipping by clicking RMB on layer with Adjustment and choose Create Clipping Mask.

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Add more color to this layer by creating Adjustment layer with color Balance. Also make it clippy (RMB > Create clipping mask).

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Set #5e7184 color. Choose from Adjustments – Gradient fill. Set your color to transparent. Pick radial style and make scale larger – to 150%.

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Change blending mode of gradient layer to Color Dodge. Decrease opacity to 46%. You will make by this light source.

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Add Exposure layer. I think, that background is still to bright.

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Add brightness/contrast adjustment. It will make dark mood on your work.

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Duplicate Layer (Ctrl + J / Apple + J) with gradient and place it above brightness contrast. Change opacity of this layer to 100%.

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Add new layer. Select horizont line. From filter menu pick Render > Clouds. Use light blue and dark gray colors.

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Choose Erase tool. Set big, soft brush and erase top and bottom of the rendered layer. Then change blending mode of this layer to Screen.

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Good job! You’ve made background :). Now it’s time to model. Place stock into the middle of image. Mask her, baby! :)

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Pro tip – use on mask brush with smaller opacity to make laces transparent.

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Create new layer and make it clippy. Use soft brush and with #a18d87 color raw lighter parts the models legs.

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Change blending mode of this layer to Multiply. Lights on leg will be more fitting to whole work.

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Again add new layer and make it clippy (RMB > reate clipping mask). With soft, light brush (#e1cdc2), draw lights on legs. Don’t be afraid of the drawing.

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You can use mask for erase mistakes.

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If lights are still to hard, choose from top menu Filter > Blur > Gaussian blur.

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Add new layer. Also clippy. Choose the same brush and set #c7c8dc (light blue) color. Draw some strokes on legs and on skirt.

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If you need, blur this layer.

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Change blending mode of this layer to Color Dodge. Decrease opacity to 40%.

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This stock photo is very bright. Add adjustment layer with Exposure. Then make it clippy by RMB > Create clipping mask.

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Add Adjustment layer with Color Balance.

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Add New layer and make it clippy. Choose dark blue color and draw with soft brush strokes on legs and skirt. You will emphasize light source.

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Decrease opacity to 40% and change blending mode to Color Dodge.

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Again add clipping (RMB > Create clipping mask) adjustment layer with Hue/Saturation. You will make the magic! :)

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Now change opacity to 41 % and set blending mode to Multiply.

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Add adjustment layer with Color Balance. Also make it clippy. Decrease opacity to 57%.

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It’s the last clipping mask on model, good job! Add clippy adjustment layer with Color/Balance.

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Earse parts on the legs, torso, hands and face.

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Then change blending mode to Multiply and decrease opacity to 45%. You did amazing skirt! :)

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Add new layer. Pick 1px soft brush and use light blue color. Draw outline on the model.

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Change blending mode to Linear dodge (Add).

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Back below model layer (above rendered clouds). On new layer, with big, soft brush draw shadows below models legs. Use #3b3e4e color.

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Then change blending mode to Multiply and decrease opacity to 36%.

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It’s time to wings. Everybody use feathers or leather for making wings. You will use thorns! :) Place stock under layer with model. Mask it!

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As you can see thorns have really big contrast. Fix it. Create adjustment layer with Brightness/Contrast. Make it clippy (RMB > Create Clipping Mask).

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Add Color/balance layer and make it clippy.

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With control holding select layer with thorn wings and clipping layers above. Duplicate it (Ctrl + J / Apple + J). Then, from menu Edit pick Transform > Flip horizontal.

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Add new folder and add new layer. With small brush strokes make outline on wings.

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I made wings on one side, then duplicated it and flipped horizontal.

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Change opacity of created layers to color dodge.

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Step 34

Go above all layers. Did you remember light source? It’s in the middle of background. Add new layer and with soft brush (with decreased opacity) draw as is shown.

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Change blending mode to Multiply, decrease opacity to 75%.

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Step 35

Add new layer. With the same – but smaller – brush settings draw shadows on legs. Draw strokes below skirt and on the feets.

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Set blending mode to Color burn, opacity to 50%

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Step 36

In my opinion whole image is too bright. Add Hue/Saturation.

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Step 37

You will make angels aura. Add new layer. Use big, soft brush with #d3ba6c color. Then draw long stroke above her head.

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Step 38

Change blending option to Soft light.

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Step 39

Duplicate created layer (Ctrl + J / Apple + J). Transform it (ctrl +T) – make it longer.

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Step 40

Again duplicate layer. Then set blending option to Overlay and Opacity to 48%.

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Step 41

Add new layer. With light-yellow color draw rough circle above her head. With darker yellow add shadows on aura.

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Step 42

Click on this layer with RMB. Choose “blending mode” from menu. Then go to “Outer glow”. Set it as is shown:

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Step 43

Add new layer. Use soft round yellow brush. Use different sizes.

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Step 44

Good job! Again click on this layer with RMB, pick Blending mode. Go to Outer Glow.

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Step 45

For colors harmony, add Color/Balance adjustment layer.

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Step 46

Add new layer. Draw lights on wings and hair. Use small, light-yellow brush. Then decrease opacity to 70%.

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Step 47

Place grass stock on the bottom of the picture.

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Step 48

From top menu choose Filter > Blur > Gaussian blur. Set it as is shown.

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Step 49

Grass is totally another of whole image. At first decrease saturation and make lightness bigger, by adding hue/saturation adjustment layer. Make it clippy (RMB > Create clipping mask).

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Now add clipping layer with color balance.

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Then add adjustment layer with Brightness/Contrast.

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Step 50

Add adjustment layer with Gradient fill. Set it as is shown. Change blending mode to Multiply.

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As you can see this layer doesn’t fit to full image. Erase part on the aura and near model.

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Step 51

You’ll make glow on aura. Pick big, soft round brush with light-yellow color. Draw dot on the aura.

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Cool! Now decrease opacity of this layer to 42%. Change blending mode to Soft Light.

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Step 52

Create new layer. Choose soft brush and use yellow and blue colors. Draw as shown:

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Blur this layer. Choose from top menu Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur.

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Then set blending mode to Color Dodge and opacity to 26%.

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Step 53

Duplicate this layer and change blending mode to Soft light. Decrease opacity to 17%.

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Step 54

Create Adjustment layer with Selective Color.

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Step 55

At the end, add adjustment layer with Brightness/Contrast

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