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Twilight Tutorial

Photoshop CS2
Requested HERE
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1. Open image
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2. Duplicate the base and change the blendmode to soft light 70%.
ADDING WARM COLORS TO ELIMINATE ALL THE BLUE
3. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> photo filter. Warming filter (85). Density 25% and luminosity checked.
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4. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> selective color
REDS: -50 0 0 0
YELLOWS: -100 -100 100 0
NEUTRALS: -18 -9 -10 0
5. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> channel mixer
GREEN: -28 130 -12
BLUE: -20 -32 +108
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TAKING AWAY THE YELLOW
6. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> photo filter. Cooling filter (82). Density 25% and luminosity checked.
7. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> selective color
REDS: -48 0 0 0
NEUTRALS: 0 0 -10 0
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8. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> color balance
HIGHLIGHTS: 0 0 13
9. I want the forest to be green instead of blue. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> selective color
CYAN: 100 0 100 0
Paint on the mask in black where you don't want the adjustment layer to apply:
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RESULT 1
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10. Add a new fill layer. Fill with color #faffa6 and change the blend mode to soft light.
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11. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> selective color
REDS: -100 100 -100 0
YELLOWS: 0 0 100 0
CYAN: 100 0 0 0
WHITES: -16 -26 -25 0
NEUTRALS: -19 0 -27 0
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12. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> selective color
REDS: -100 0 100 0
YELLOWS: 0 0 -100 0
NEUTRALS: 20 0 0 20
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13. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> photo filter. Cyan. Density 25% and luminosity checked.
14. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> selective color
NEUTRALS: 0 0 0 10
BLACKS: 0 0 0 20
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15. Layer -> new adjustment layer -> selective color
NEUTRALS: 10 2 -9 0
BLACKS: 0 0 0 10
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RESULT 2
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HELP THE HAIR IS ALL RED AND PIXEL-Y!
on the icon it won't be very noticeable. But it is on the larger image. Go find the layer causing it. Here it will be the layer from step 7. Paint the hair in black on the mask.
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