Step 6: Create Tree

Let’s first open old tree by stock.xchng .

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Now we needs only tree from the whole stoke.We can do it by “pen tool” or “Polygonal Lasso tool (L)” but they are very time consuming so ,i am doing it by using “color range tool”.It’s a very easy and quick process. Now, goto select menu then click on “color range”.

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Now we take sample from sky and make the value of fuzziness to 200.Follow instructions to the image and hit OK.

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Now we will invert the selection press (Ctrl/Cmd +shift+t) and move (v) the image into main canvas and chane the layer name to “Tree”.

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Next, activate the Eraser tool (E). We’re going to erase waste part of our image we want only tree. Input the following for the Eraser tool (E):
  • Brush size: 60px
  • Hardness: 0%
  • Opacity: 85%
  • Flow: 100%
Make sure that you’ve zoomed in to the image to at least 50% so that you can clearly erase. The result should be similar to this:

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Now that’s done, let’s now tweak this “Tree” to blend in with the rest of the images. First, let’s tweak its “Color Blance”. Start by clicking on the “Tree” layer and go to Image > Adjustments > Color Blance. Use the following settings:
  • Magenta: -40
  • Use Midtones
  • check preserve Luminosity

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Now go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast.

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Now go to Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation. Use the following settings:
  • Hue: 15
  • Saturation: 20
  • check Colorize

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The result should be similar to this:.

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Step 7:Create Tree Shadow

Now, we will create the tree shadow before this reduce tree’s opacity to 50%. Next, activate the Transform tool again (Ctrl/Cmd +T), and then right click on the canvas to bring up the contextual menu. Once open, click on “Flip Vertical”.

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Activate the Transform tool again (Ctrl/Cmd +T), and then right click on the canvas to bring up the contextual menu. Once open, click on “Perspective”.

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The result should be similar to this:

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Now activate the Transform tool again (Ctrl/Cmd +T) and transform “tree shadow”.

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Activate the Transform tool again (Ctrl/Cmd +T), and then right click on the canvas to bring up the contextual menu. Once open, click on “Perspective”.Go with the image’s below

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Now press ctrl and click on “tree shadow” layer the layer is got selected.Now fill it with black color and change the layer mode to “soft light” with opacity of 25%.

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The result should be similar to this:.

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Step 8 Create Birds :

In this step, we will add a source light to our image . To start, create a new layer (Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + N) and name it “Birds”. Now, activate the Brush tool (B) and open the brush set: “Birds of a Feather ” by – midnightstouch (Brusheezy). To load them, simply, right click on our canvas through any layer and then click on the drop-down button as shown below:

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This will prompt the contextual menu to pop up and once you see that, just click on Load Brushes.

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You will now be prompted to this directory: Adobe Photoshop > Presets > Brushes so make sure that you have put the brushes within this folder. Now locate the brush set and click OK. Right click on the canvas again using your Brush tool (B) and now you’ll notice that you have lightning brushes. Now, let’s choose a brush:

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With that brush selected, input the following brush settings for it:
  • Brush size: 242px
  • Hardness: Default
  • Opacity: 40%
  • Flow: 100%
  • #: 00000
Now, let’s paint in the Source light in highlighted areas:

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 9: Create Bench

First off, let’s open the bench by angeltouch1 stock in Photoshop. We will be using the bench on this stock image so we will need to transfer it to our main canvas.

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Now activate lasso tool (L) and then select the highlated area.

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