How to Create a Mystical Father and Son Scene in Photoshop

How to Create a Mystical Father and Son Scene in Photoshop

How to Create a Mystical Father and Son Scene in Photoshop
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Step 51

Click the Sea bird and press P to activate pen tool and then make a selection around the Sea bird 100 and then click V to activate the Move Tool. Left-click the image and drag the image to the main canvas and change layer name to "Sea bird 3".:

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 52

Next, activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd +T), then while the "Sea bird 100" layer is selected and then resize it as shown below:"

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 53: Enhance the Color of the Image

Now Crate new solid color adjustment layer from the bottom of layers palette :

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When the solid color box opens, input the following:

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Step 54

Reduce the opacity of the color fill layer to 60% and change the layer mode to "Exclusion" .

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 55

Create a new solid color adjustment layer from the bottom of layers palette .

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When the solid color box opens, input the following:

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Step 56

Reduce the opacity of the color fill layer to 5% and change the layer mode to "Soft light" :

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 57

Create a Gradient Map adjustment layer which can be found by pressing on the Create New Fill/Adjustment layer button shown on the layer window:

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When the Gradient Map box opens, input the following:

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Step 58

Change the layer mode to "Luminosity" and the opacity to 100% :

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 59

Create a new Color Balance adjustment layer from the bottom of layers palette .

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When the Color Balance box opens, input the following:

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Step 60

Reduce the opacity on the color balance to 65%:

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 61

Create a new Curves adjustment layer from the bottom of layers palette .

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When the Curves box opens, input the following:

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 62 : Create a Vignette

In this step, we will learn how to create a vignette which will help enhance the focus on our subject. First make a new layer and name it "Vignette". Fill it with white (#000000):

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Step 63

Go to Filters > Distort > Lens Correction:

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When the Lens Correction box opens, input the following:

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The result should be similar to this:

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Step 64

Now change the layer mode to "Multiply" and the opacity to 100%:

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23 comments on “How to Create a Mystical Father and Son Scene in Photoshop”

  1. Loved the tut and I posted it in my digital network for others to use.
    Great tutorial and very easy to follow.

    Thank You

  2. It's an interesting finished picture but I really think that individually color correcting everything is very time consuming.
    Group certain elements then run an adjustment layer.

  3. muito obrigado pelos seus tutoriais, tenho feito grandes trabalhos e aprendido muito.... continua com o excelente trabalho  e dedicação que ten tido..... nota 10

    1. @ArwaMohammad  Go to Filter, Lens correction, or just press Shift + Ctrl + R on your keyboard :)

  4. Thanks for this tutorial it inspired me to use some of my own photos including my Daughter inlaw and Granddaughter, And for all those peeps here saying image has been deleted etc, just use your imagination, theres not a lot of point following this tutorial down to a t, as i said before learn from it and use your imagination. here is my version, [IMG]http://i569.photobucket.com/albums/ss134/chukkamental/amieevie.jpg[/IMG]

  5. What's a f&^%$#$ lighthouse doing in the middle of a field... on hills. Should've used a windmill.

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