Tove (tove_91) wrote,
Tove
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Tutorial #2 :)

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Made in Photoshop 7.0
Probably not translatable because of Selective Color and Curves.

1. Prepare your base: crop, resize, sharpen etc.


2. Duplicate your base.
    Set to Screen 25%, higher if you have a darker base.


3. Layer-> New Adjustment Layer-> Curves.
    Click OK.
    RGB:
    1st point: 47/42
    2nd point: 106/110
    3rd point: 160/170
    Red:
    1st point: 35/41
    2nd point: 85/93
    3rd point: 157/158
    Green:
    1st point: 32/33
    2nd point: 110/115
    3rd point: 182/187
    Drag your top right corner point to: 234/255
    Blue:
    1st point: 73/82
    2nd point: 171/176
    Click OK.


4. Layer-> New Adjustment Layer-> Curves.
    Click OK.
    RGB:
    1st point: 98/86
    2nd point: 152/134
    Red:
    1st point: 127/132
    Blue:
    1st point: 110/133
    Click OK.


5. Layer-> New Fill layer-> Solid Color.
    Set to Color Burn 80%.
    Click OK.
    Choose color #F8D4BD.
    Click OK.


6. Select-> All, or click Ctrl+A.
    Edit-> Copy Merged, or click Shift+Ctrl+C
    Edit-> Paste, or click Ctrl+V
    Set to Soft Light 50%.
    Drag this layer beneath the fill layer.


    7. Layer-> New Adjustment Layer-> Selective Color.
    Set to Soft Light 25%.
    Click OK.
    Reds: -22/-10/+12/+10
    Yellows: +2/0/+100/-20
    Neutrals: +11/+5/-10/-1
    Drag this layer beneath the fill layer.


8. Select-> All, or click Ctrl+A.
    Edit-> Copy Merged, or click Shift+Ctrl+C
    Edit-> Paste, or click Ctrl+V
    Set to Soft Light 30%.


9. Layer-> New Adjustment Layer-> Curves.
    Click OK.
    RGB:
    1st point: 50/54
    2nd point: 88/99
    3rd point: 155/156
    Green:
    1st point: 99/107
    Blue:
    1st point: 82/88
    2nd point: 159/170
    Click OK.


10.Layer-> New Fill layer-> Solid Color.
   Set to Exclusion 100%.
   Click OK.
   Choose color #240505.
   Click OK.
   Finished! :)


Other examples:
   

On most of the examples, I decided to not put in the last curves layer.
Remember, no image looks the same, so you probably need to change opacities on some layers.
I'd love to see your results^^

Download the .PSD here:)
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