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Go with another adjustment layer in that group, this time Black & White. Set it as shown below.
Here is a small issue, this adjustment (if set to soft light or overlay) causes a huge contrast differences, even though it's decreased to 69% opacity, it still makes the edges of the model look pretty bad. So go to Black & White layer mask, grab black brush and get rid of the dark edge (2nd image below).
Looking great! As final adjustment, create normal layer within that group, change its Blending Mode to Overlay, grab Brush Tool (B) again, use soft brush settings and paint with #8be7ff color, as indicated below.
Now create another group above the "woman adjustment" group, name it "background splashes". Hit Ctrl and left-click on woman layer's thumbnail to bring up her selection, then hit Ctrl+Shift+I to inverse selection and while having the group still selected click on Layer Mask icon.
If you're lost, refer to step 38. It's the same process of adding the mask, with the difference of using Selection Inverse.
Now after you add something to the "background splashes" group it will only affect the background without touching the model. So with that being said open the stain image and whatever way you will choose to extract it, it will be fine. It can be rough and inaccurate, the importance is to get rid od the surrounding white color. When you're done, just paste it in that group.
Hit Ctrl+I to Invert and change its Blending Mode to Screen. Use Ctrl+T to resize the stain. Place it somewhere among the smoke.
Next apply few adjustment layers to this stain, in the exact order as you see below. You can either use Clipping Masks or just go to Image > Adjustments and pick Levels, then Hue/Saturation, then Color Balance, and apply those settings.
When you applied everything correctly, you should receive the same result as in the 1st image below. There was no erasing done, those adjustments worked perfectly – they not only changed the color but also did a nice separation. To make this effect even more massive, duplicate this stain few times, use some rotations and place it along the smoke.
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why is no complete?
C'est vraiment très joli et je vous félicite !
J'essaye de traduire et je le fais, encore merci et si je me trompe, je peux regarder votre .psd, c'est gentil à vous !
A very smart approach to explain the things,like your step by step tutorial.
Select the “model” layer and hit Ctrl+Alt+R (Refine Edge).
Output will create another layer with the settings below applied, so you can just basically delete or just turn off the previous layer. It’s up to you.
Grab Brush Tool (B), set it all the way to 100%, but decrease the Spacing to 1% and check the Smoothing option. Again use black color for painting and go to Layer Mask of the “model” layer. Model layer???????????????????????????
In Step 7 you say delete previous layer (layer "model") because we have another layer ("model copy").
You should achieve similar results to mine if you painted accurately. Now pay attention to the red line surrounding the model. It’s indicating how we’re going to shade her to make her body and clothes blend with the background better. So go to Layers Palette, create new layer above “model” and hit Ctrl+Alt+G, this will create a Clipping Mask (and it should look like you see in the preview below). Above "model" layer? Again???????????
Great tutorial, i agree with everything that Rickard wrote.
Keep up the good work :)
This really is a awesome tutorial, im gonna follow it step by step this afternoon. Looking forward to see similair results
Wojciech Pijecki (your name, yes?)
Thank you so much, a truly great work, and in my opinion just enough info to be able to do it yourself if you wanted to. I especially liked the chiffon-"trick" and the attention to detail in the little "planets" at the end.
Now for agnes b and photogabe above:
I really can't believe how inpolite you are being. From what I can see he only skips the most basic stuff. If you look at the first image (end result) you should be able to see that this tutorial will require some beforehand knowledge. To be fair, you are both somewhat constructive in your critisism, but there is really no excuse for that tone of voice.
stupid tutorial didnt show us how to do the smoke.
yes... it did... there is a next page button which i think you didn't see lol
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