Senin, 10 September 2012

Create a conceptual surreal photo-manipulation (Part 2)



Step 15

Activate the Erase tool (E) with these settings. Now let’s erase :
Brush size: 300px
Hardness: 0%
Opacity: 65%
Flow: 100%
Color: #000000
Now paint over the highlighted area.

Step 16

Activate the Erase tool (E) with these settings. Now let’s erase :
Brush size: 300px
Hardness: 0%
Opacity: 65%
Flow: 100%
Color: #000000
Now paint over the highlighted area.

Step 17

Activate the Erase tool (E) with these settings. Now let’s erase :
Brush size: 300px
Hardness: 0%
Opacity: 65%
Flow: 100%
Color: #000000
Now paint over the highlighted area.

Step 18

Now we are going to make a source light so activate a new layer(ctrl+n) and named it “Source light1″.
Activate the Brush tool (B) with these settings :
Brush size: 500px
Hardness: 0%
Opacity: 100%
Flow: 100%
Color: #FFFFFF
Paint over the highlighted area.
Change the layer mode of “Source light1″ to “Soft light” and opacity to 65%.

Step 19

First off, let’s open the engine-moteur stock in Photoshop. We will be using the engine from this stock image so we will need to transfer it to our main canvas.
Click the engine-moteur and select the Elliptical Marquee tool, and then make a selection around the engine, then click V to activate the Move Tool. Left-click the image and drag the image to the main canvas and change the layer name to “engine”.
Next, activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd +T), then while the “Engine” layer is selected, resize it as shown below:

Step 20

Now activate the Blur tool (B) to make our engine’s sharp edges a little blury
Now take these settings :
Brush size: 65px
Mode: Normal
Strength: 10%
Flow: 100%
Paint over the highlighted area.

Step 21

Now let’s adjust the color tone of our engine image
Create a Color Balance adjustment layer:
When the Color Balance box opens, input the following:
Press Alt+left click in between the 2 layer’s (engine layer and color balance) to make a mask.
Now create a new Curves adjustment layer from the bottom of the layers palette .
When the Curves box opens, input the following. Press Alt+left click in between the 2 layer’s (engine layer and Curves) to make a mask.

Step 22

Now let’s create a source light for the engine. So activate a new layer and name it “Source light2″.
Activate the Brush tool (B) with these settings :
Brush size: 200px
Hardness: 0%
Opacity: 80%
Flow: 100%
Paint over the highlighted area.

Step 23

Now we are going to adjust the atmosphere of our image:
Create a new Solid color adjustment layer from the bottom of the layers palette .
When the Solid color box opens, input the following:
Change the layer mode to “Exclusion” and opacity to 40%
Create a new Solid color adjustment layer:
When the Solid color box opens, input the following:
Change the layer mode to “Soft light” and opacity to 20%
The result should be similar to this:
Create a Gradient map adjustment layer:
When the Gradient map box opens, input the following:
Change the layer mode to “Luminosity” and opacity to 60%
Create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer:
When the Hue/Saturation box opens, input the following:
Now create a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer:
When the Brightness/Contrast box opens, input the following:
Create a Photo filter adjustment layer:
When the Photo filter box opens, input the following:
Now create a Curves adjustment layer:
When the Curves box opens, input the following:

Step 24

Let’s create a Vignette. So activate a new layer and name it “Vignette” and fill this layer with white color (#ffffff)
Now go to Filer > Distort > lens correction.
Use these settings:
Vignette amount: -100
Midpoint: +20
Change the layer mode to “Multiply”.
Duplicate the “Vignette” and change it’s layer mode to “Multiply” and opacity to 50%.

Step 25

First off, let’s open the Umbrella stock in Photoshop. We will be using the Umbrella from this stock image so we will need to transfer it to our main canvas.
Click the Umbrella and press P to activate the Pen tool and then make a selection around the Umbrella and then click V to activate the Move Tool. Left-click the image and drag the image to the main canvas and change the layer name to “Umbrella1″.

Step 26

Next, activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd +T), then while the “Umbrella1” layer is selected, resize it as shown below:

Step 27

Create new Hue/Saturation adjustment layer from the bottom of layers palette .
When the Hue/Saturation box opens, input the following:
Press Alt+left click in between the 2 layer’s (umbrella1 layer and Hue/Saturation) to make a mask.

Step 28

Now let’s create a shadow for our umbrella.So Activate a new layer (ctrl+n) and name it “Shadow of umbrella1″.
Now activate the Brush tool (b) with these settings :
Brush size: 100px
Hardness: 0%
Opacity: 40%
Flow: 100%
Color: #000000
Now paint over the highlighted area.
Add more Umbrellas.

Final Image

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