Create a Dramatic Photo Manipulation of a Whale Stealing from a Seagull

Create a Dramatic Photo Manipulation of a Whale Stealing from a Seagull
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Select a white Color from the Background and make sure you apply this settings.

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Now go to Select > Inverse.

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Add new Mask Under the Box Layers.

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now let's remove the mask from the layer. drag the mask to the buttons and delete the layers follow the images.

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Copy and paste the new Bird to your main Project with the wheal on it!.

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You're doing great!!! Now, Open the Fish Image.

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Let's Remove the Background From the Fish image but First let's make sure you remove the lock from background. Select layer fish and go to channels and Select Channel Blue or you cat just Press CTRL+5.

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Now do the same thing as I did with the Bird Image. Select > Color Range and Select color from background. Inverse Layer.

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Go back to channels and select RGB Channel or Press CTRL+2.

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Press Delete button on your Keyboard to remove background.

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Copy and paste the Fish image into your main project and Flip it with CTRL+T as you can see in the Pictures.

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Select Polygonal Lasso Tool and Add 4 Points in the Picture to make a Light Sun.

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Select Paint Bucket Tool and Fill the Layer with a White color.

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Add new mask to the light layer and Select a Soft Brush From Brush Tool and Remove some parts from the Light Layer or simply use Gradient Tool

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Change Mode to Soft Light and use the Opacity to 88%.

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Create another new Layer and Call it "Rain" and go to Edit > Fill or Press SHIFT+F5 then Select Use: 50% Gray and Click Ok.

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Let's add some Noise with Filter > Noise > Add Noise and Apply the Settings. Also don't forget to use 400% as a number of the noise| Distribution: Uniform | Monochromatic.

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Now Let's Convert the Noise to some Rain. Go to Filter > Blur > Motion Blur and Apply the following settings: Angel: 45° | Distance: 58 Pixels.

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Change Mode to Overlay.

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Add a new Mask to the Rain Layer and let's Remove some part from the Layer as well. First Select Gradient Tool and make sure you Select Color Back with 0% Opacity.

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Now with Gradient Tool press and Drag little down.

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again do the same thing up to the top.

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You will get the amazing result as you see in the picture bellow

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