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How to Create a Chilling Portrait Manipulation for Halloween

Step 23- Change the opacity of the layer.

Reduce de opacity of the layer to 40% to get this result.

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Step 24- Another Layer.

Duplicate that layer (Ctrl+J) and change the color (Ctrl+U) or Image – Adjustment – Hue/ Saturation. In the option Hue put 200. You have to be in the colorize option. To save changes press ok.

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Step 25- Use the layer in soft light mode.

Change the layer mode to soft light to get this result:

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Step 26 – make the model stand out

Add a new layer (Shift+ Ctrl + N) and paint it with a soft brush using white, black and violet like this:

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Step 27- Add some blur

Use Gaussian Blur – Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur: 150 of radius.

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Step 28- Changing layer order.

Put the layer under the model’s layer and change the mode from normal to soft light.

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Step 29 – Add some webs

You can used spider-webs brushes. Create a new layer (Shift+ Ctrl+ N) then reduce the opacity to 50%. Select the brushes and paint over the new layer.

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Step 30- Add some fog

To create the fog you can used brushes of clouds of foggy brushes. Paint over the layer and then change the opacity of the layer to 80%.

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Step 31- More fog.

Add another foggy layer but in this case change the layer’s mode to Color Dodge to get something like this:

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Step 32- Crazy Layer

Add a Layer like this one:

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Step 33 – More effects

Change the layer color (ctrl + u) or Image – Adjustments – Hue/ Saturation. Use the menu In colorize option. Then in Hue change it to: 260 and Saturation at: 40.

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Step 34- change layer mode

Use Layer in soft light mode

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Step 35 – Light

Add a new layer (Shift+ Ctrl + N) and use it in soft light mode with 70% of opacity. And paint around the model with a white soft brush.The diameter of the brush in this was 300 pixels.

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Step 36 – more lights

Create a new layer (Shift +Ctrl + N) in the top. Then used the paint bucket to apply gray to the layer.

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Step 37 – change to overlay and paint with dodge and burn

Used layer mode in overlay, and paint with dogde tool to create light and with burn tool to create shadows. In this case use the dodge tool in the righ side and the burn tool in the left side.

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Step 38- High Pass

In that same layer apply a High Pass Filter. To do that go to Filter- Other – High Pass. Change the Radius to 50.0 and press ok to see the changes.

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Step 39 – Photo Filter

Apply a photo filter to the image. Go to the layer menu and press the icon “Create New Fill or Adjustment Layer”. Then press the option Photo Filter.

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Then find the photo filter Deep Blue and press Ok.

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Step 40 – Hue/ Saturation

Go once again to the layer menu and press the icon “Create New Fill or Adjustment Layer”. Then press the option Hue/ saturation.

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Reduce the Saturation by -25

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Step 41- Elliptical Marquee Tool.

Create a new layer (Shift + Ctrl + N)Pick the Elliptical Marquee Tool and make an oval around the image.

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Give a right click in the image and choose the option “Select Inverse”

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Step 42- A bucket of paint…

Now Choose the Paint Bucket Tool and paint in the selection.

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