Dramatic Wrinkles

Dramatic Wrinkles

Choose Black & White. If you don't have Black & White or if you're using Photoshop CS2 or older, select Hue/Saturation instead.

The Black and White tool will appear. Simply click OK with the default settings. If you are using Photoshop CS2 or older and added a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer instead, simply reduce the saturation to -100 and click OK.


Step 3: Blend the layer

Now that we have the adjustment layer, we'll need to make it blend into the image to restore the color. For this, we can simply change the blending mode to Overlay. In the Layers palette, click on the drop down menu and select Overlay.

Now your image should have a nice harsh lighting effect.

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22 comments on “Dramatic Wrinkles”

  1. Good Tutorial if a little dull. Try using people other then White People. I used it on a picture of an old Chinese man it it was Awesome,.

  2. I thought it was a good tutorial. If you do it with a serious looking picture of Morgan Freeman it is like badass.

  3. this is a beautful peice of work. I love the way the wrinkles grew and became more unique. i need this you see for my photos as i am catfishing at the moment, pretending to be a 60 year old woman. so many thanks Ariane Wilson.

  4. This was a good tutorial, but to make it look more natural, I increased the hardness of my eraser to about 20-30% and erased the entire picture. But it was an overall good tutorial.

  5. good thought! but the effect would be too strong, u should adjust some setting to make it looks nature

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