How to Create a Night Jungle Scenery in Photoshop

How to Create a Night Jungle Scenery in Photoshop
step22b
And this is the result after set to color dodge blending at 100% opacity:
step22c

Step 23 (adding more objects)

I decided to add more doors on the foreground trees to emphasize the feel of a fairy world. Well, this is what we should do: firstly, duplicate the door layer previously made in the tree house group. Make the duplication as many as needed. Place each duplication where needed on the tree foregrounds. Finally, give them some highlight.
step23a
Then, here is the result after being added a bird to the scene:
step23b

Step 24 (a peeking girl)

To complete the composition of the scene, we will add the final object: a peeking girl. Open the girl stock image. Cut out the model from its background and then add to the main document.
step24a
Create a new layer above the girl layer and give this new layer a clipping mask. On this new layer, paint soft black color on the lower dress and arm of the girl to define shade. Name this layer shade:
step24b

Step 25 (color adjustments)

In this step, we will give some color adjustments to set the mood of the scene. Firstly, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Chanel Mixer. Follow the setting for this adjustment layer as shown in the screenshot. Then mask some part of this layer (marked in red) to hide its effect. Always use a very soft round brush to mask the parts. Finally, set its opacity to 86%.
step25a
Give another layer adjustment: photo filter.
step25b
More adjustment layer: curves
step25c
Duplicate the curves layer and mask some part of this layer:
step25d
Again, more adjustment layer: vibrance.
step25e
Last layer adjustment: color balance.
step25f
Well, here is the result should be after giving the adjustments:
step25g

Step 26 (final touch)

What we should do next is to stamp all the visible layers. Make sure the top most layer/group is selected, then hit Ctrl+Shift+Alt+E to stamp the visible layers into a single layer. Convert this stamp layer to a smart object. Next go to Filter > Others > High Pass. .
step26a
Next, place the cursor on the High Pass filter and then right click to show command option box
step26b
When the command option box shows up, choose Edit Smart Filter Blending Options. Then, set Screen for the blending mode at 17% opacity:
step26c
The result should look like this:
step26d
Finally, we will hide the effect of the high pass filter on some areas. To do this purpose, click the smart filter mask thumbnail, then mask the red marked areas on the scene:
step26e
That’s it....we have finished the work. Here is the result:
step26f
But..I decided to crop the result a bit. So here is the final result:
step26g

Final Results


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Tutorial by Dek Wid

Thank you for following this tutorial! Hope that you will have fun following this tutorial and learn something useful from it. Please visit here to see more of my works. Happy photoshopping. - Dek Wid - Dek Wid

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23 comments on “How to Create a Night Jungle Scenery in Photoshop”

  1. Thank you for this tutoriel but certain material(equipment) not more available sound

    Ariata – DeviantART
    Flowers

  2. amazing photo! but when I opened the tree picture in the beginning in PS it was shorter than the background. Not that perfect as your screenshot. should I change the picture size or do you have any tip?

  3. "Links don't work" "writing on background", just use another picture. There's billions out there.

  4. damn haha, took forever!! Amazing tutorial, I wouldn't normally do something like this, but I need to step out of my comfort zone and learn something I may never use.

    Thanks.

    Amazing feeling to finish something like this lol

  5. Links #5, #6 (Ariata – DeviantART, Flowers – DeviantART) as well as the last one do not work :(

    1. hey how are you . my name is Arsi actually nothing is Hard you do try .. is simple and easy possible . don't say hard and go back .. do try and come to front side . Thanks

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