Mysterious Deer in Night Photoshop Manipulation

Mysterious Deer in Night Photoshop Manipulation

Step 28

Now we will repeat the same process, first create a new layer and select foreground color white. Now use Brush Tool(B) Soft Round and start painting.
Next open Blending Options and on Underlying Layer hold Alt and move slider to right.
  1. Outer Glow

Step 29

Next, we will add Fog but first we need to import brushes. Select a Brush Tool(B) and right click on background. Now click on the gear icon and Import Brushes (Select a downloaded brush).
When we are done we will now click on the folder "Free Fog Photoshop Brushes 7 2" and select brush 56. The size is 3810px and foreground color code is #2a3439 and just paint on the bottom of image.

Step 30

Add Adjustment Layer "Color Lookup" Opacity 32% Fill 80%.

Step 31

Add Adjustment Layer "Gradient Map" Blend Mode SoftLight Opaciy 30%.
And finally, everything should look like this.

Final Results

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3 comments on “Mysterious Deer in Night Photoshop Manipulation”

  1. please enplane how did u move the moon behind the deep horns this step its not clear when i do it i keep the moon in the front

  2. Great technical work, but PS has carried us to the unreal, to the detriment of the art of photography. Give me natural images. I’m ok with color enhancement, a few added clouds, etc, but creating this bizarre stuff and calling it art cheapens photography, and takes us backward to the days when ours was not seen as a legitimate form of art. Sell things like this on street corners out of the back of a panel truck along with Elvis paintings.

    1. You can have as much fun or be as conservative as you like. You don't have to do any of these types of manipulations if you don't want, but sometimes it's fun to just play around with the capabilities of PS. No one is suggesting that you sell something like this as a "real" image, but good grief lighten up. If one is a true purist, as you seem to be then they shouldn't be using any post processing nor should they be using any auto settings on their camera. In fact they shouldn't even be using a digital camera since it has the ability to improve a shot without the shooter's input. Total manual on film is where you seem to be most comfortable; not eve sure why you bother looking at this type of article.

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