Retro CameraGeen categorie
This quick effect gives the photo a retro feeling.
Step 1: Color Balance.
Set the Color Balance to, without light intensity:
- Shadows: Cyan-Red: + 49, Magenta-Green: -21, Yellow-Blue: -18
- Midtones: Cyan-Red: + 19, Magenta-Green: 0, Yellow-Blue: 0
- Highlights: Cyan-Red: + 45, Magenta-Green: + 8, Yellow-Blue: + 29
Step 2: Gradient fill.
Set the Bleding Mode to Screen and the Opacity to around 35%
Step 3: Levels.
Set the Levels to:
Set the Opacity to around 50%
Schindler: Make One Color PopGeen categorie
Making one color stand out can be done in different ways in Photoshop. The simplest way is with two Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layers on top of each other.
Step 1: First Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer.
All shades, except red: set the saturation to -100
Step 2: Second Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer.
Set all shades to -100 saturation in one go.
Step 3: Paint.
Now paint on the layer mask of the 2nd Saturation, with a black brush, which must retain its color.
For this effect if you use another photo, you’ll have to paint on the layer mask again.
Step 4: Finishing Touch.
Set the Levels to:
This effect makes the photo cooler, with a blue feeling. Make sure you don’t use a photo with a lot of blue, use more contrasting colors. Again, make sure you use Adjustment Layers, so that you can apply the effect fast and easy on more photo’s.
Step 1: Levels.
Set the levels like this:
Step 2: Color Balance.
Set the Color Balance to this:
- Shadows: Cyan-Red: -25, Yellow-Blue: + 23
- Highlights: Cyan-Red: + 16, Yellow-Blue: -16
Step 3: Color Fill.
Use the color: #2284dc (C 78, M 43, Y 0, K 0) = Bright blue.
- Set the Blending Mode to Soft light
- Set the Opacity to around 80%
Quick Photo Effect: Red HazeGeen categorie
With this effect you can enhance your photo by giving them a red glow appearance, it gives the photo a warm(er) feeling. Use Adjustment Layers for this effect so you can replace the photo to recreate the effect on other of your photos.
Step 1: Curves Adjustment Layer.
Set the curves like this:
Step 2: Levels Adjusment Layer.
Set the Levels like this:
You can change the photo to apply the effect on anyphoto:
Quick Photo effect: Forest Light.Geen categorie
With this effect you can enhance your photo by giving them a Lime green glow appearance. Use Adjustment Layers for this effect so you can replace the photo to recreate the effect on other of your photos.
Step 1: Full Color Adjustment Layer.
Color: Lime green (#91e0a9). Set the blend mode for this layer on Soft light.
Step 2: Levels Adjustment Layer.
Set the levels on: 36/1,25/255.
Step 3: Color Balance Adjustment Layer.
Set the color balance on:
- Shadows: +5, -21, +16
- Midtones: -28, 0, +12
- Highlights: +11, +8, -9
Keep the light intensity checked on.
Simple Comic Book EffectGeen categorie
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make a simple comic book drawing effect. You can take any photo you like. It will work on almost every photo.
Step 1: The photo.
Duplicate your photo (ctrl+j) then convert it to a smart object. When you do this you can alter the effect on the photo. Now go to Image -> Adjustments -> Shadow/highlights. Use the standard settings. Remeber you can alter the settings afterwarts, because you converted the photo in a smart object.
Step 2: Stack of effects.
Now we can begin to create the comic book effect. with the following filters:
- Stylize -> Oil Paint. With these settings: stylization 2, cleanliness 10. The rest is standard setting.
- Filter Gallery -> Poster Edges. Settings: thickness 0, intensity 1, limitation 6. Then adjust the effect to: oppacity 60%, blend mode: normal.
- Noise -> Reduce Noise: strenght 10, the rest of the setting 0.
- Sharpen -> Unsharp Mask. Settings: quantity 70, radius 4 px, threshold 0.
- Blur -> Smart Blur. Radius 4, threshold 25, Quality: low, mode: normal.
- Filter Gallery -> Cutout. Levels 4, edges 4, precision 2. Then adjust the effect to opacity 50% and blend mode to Soft light.
So this will create a simple comic book effect. You can play with the settings of the effects to increase or decrease the effect if you want a more subtle of stronger effect.
Vintage photo effect in PhotoshopPhotoshop Tutorial
Today I’ll show you how to create an easy vintage effect. Remember to use non-destructive adjustment layers so that your photo stayed in tact and you can add another photo to recreate the effect.
Step 1: Adding Adjustment layers on Photo.
- Black-White. The values for this photo are: Red: 34, Yellow: 57, Green: 77, Cyan: 206, Blue: -116, Magenta: 263.
- Hue/Saturation: set it on colorize and the values for Hue: 35, Saturation: 20 and Lightness: -11. Set the blend mode to Soft light.
- Curves: give the photo more contrast with the curve. Play with it until it looks good for you.
Step 2: Second layer as border.
Create a new layer (transparent) and take your brush. I used a brush set that makes it look like paintbrushes. The opacity of every stroke is different. Make sure you don’t paint away to mush of the subject, stay in the border . Set the blend mode of this layer to Overlay.
Step 3: Adding texture.
The texture I chose for this effect are film grain and dust. The textures are black with white dust and grain. I used two textures, the blend mode for the two textures are Screen and set the opacity for the first one around 65-70% and for the second around 80%.
And you’re done!
Photoshop tutorial: DaguerreotypeGeen categorie
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make a easy but effective daguerreotype in Photoshop.In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make a easy but effective daguerreotype in Photoshop. I’m using Photoshop CC 2019.
We’ll start by choosing a photo. You can use whatever photo you like. The photo in the image on your left came from Pixabay. It’s important to know that you’ll have to work with non-destructive adjustment layers. This way you can imsert new images in your document to create other daguerreotypes.
Step 1: The stack of Adjustment layers.
- Set the Channel mixer adjustmet layer on monochrome and change the values of Red & Green to 0% and Blue to 100%.
- Add a Levels adjustment layer. Now it’s specific to the photo you choose. For this photo the values are: (black) 32/ (white) 255. The photo is now lighter.
- Add a Gradient map on top of the stack. Set the colors to: 12100D (dark brown) and f0e7ca (soft cream). Set the opacity for this adjustment layer to around 66%
Step 2: Adding texture.
Now it’s time to add some texture to your photo. You should search for a metal textureNow it’s time to add some texture to your photo. Set the bleding mode to one of these: soft light, screen or overlay. For this image I choose overlay and an opacity of 100%.
Step 3: Adding a second texture.
Your photo looks now quite like a daguerreotype. But let’s add some more texture. The second texture is a black and white dust texture. It comes under the metal texture. Set the blend mode to screen and the opacity to around 68%. Set a levels adjustment layer clipping mask to this texture. Set the values to 13/1,00/255 and 4/255.
Now you have your daguerreotype in Photoshop. You can change the origiam photo to whatever you want. You only have to play with the levels adjustment layers to fit it to the new photo.