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Now, we would need to change our room’s color tone. On the Menu bar, go to Image > Adjustments > Color Balance or you may simply hit the shortcut key which is Ctrl/Cmd + B and then input the following values:
- Color Balance: -40, 0, +10
- Tone Balance: Midtones
- Preserve Luminosity: Checked
Next, we will be changing the ceiling into water! Open the stock image: Water and drag it to our canvas using the Move tool (V). Upon moving, let’s change the name of this layer to “water ceiling” to avoid confusion throughout the creation process. To rename a layer, double-click on the word “layer 1” and the text box would appear and you may now rename the layer. Notice the ceiling, how do you think we would transform our “water ceiling” so it would fit the real ceiling’s shape? It’s easy; we will utilize the power of the Distort tool! Activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd +T) and right click on our image to bring up the contextual menu, when the menu appears, click on Distort. So you won’t have a hard time transforming the image, a good thing to do would be to reduce its opacity to 40%. To reduce an image’s opacity, go to the Layer window (to where your layers are located) and change the % value on the Opacity drop-down menu. Change it to 40%. After you’ve done that, the transforming process begins. See image below: