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11 January 2009 @ 01:20 pm
Tutorial #1  
From this to this in Photoshop 6.0

~ Contains selective colouring and channel mixer.
~ .PSD available
~ Comments appreciated (:

Other examples with varied settings:

 

1. Get your base and sharpen, blur etc. Whatever you want.

2. Add a new layer and fill with #582547 and set to Exclusion at 55%.

3. Duplicate your base, drag to the top and set to Darken 100%.

4. Add a new selective colouring layer and use the following settings:

REDS: -100 / +27 / +35 / 0
YELLOWS: +100 / 0 / -24 / 0
WHITES: 0 / 0 / 0 / -44
NEUTRALS: +1 / 0 / -6 / 0
BLACKS: 0 / 0 / 0 / +23

5. Add a new colour balance layer and use the following settings:

MIDTONES: +23 / +6 / -14
SHADOWS: -25 / -11 / -15
HIGHLIGHTS: -20 / -10 / +9

Make sure the Preserve Luminosity box is checked.

6. Add a new layer and fill with #181517 and set to Screen 100%.

7. Duplicate your base, drag to the top and set to Multiply 52%.

8. Add a new Hue/Saturation layer and up the Master saturation to +34.

9. Add a new layer and fill with #312D4F and set to Exclusion and FILL 38%.

10. Add a new Brightness/Contrast layer and set Brightness to +7 and Contrast to -7.

11. Finally add a Channel Mixer layer and use the following settings:

RED: +90 / +8 / -10
GREEN: +12 / +88 / -10
BLUE: +2 / +12 / +88

Set this layer to FILL 37%.

That's it! Remember to play around with the opacity a bit.

.PSD here. Please comment if you take!





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gentler_susangentler_susan on February 16th, 2009 07:33 pm (UTC)
taking and loving! can't wait to use. :)