Tutorial

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NOTE! This tutorial uses selective coloring so it's not translatable, sorryyyyyyyy!

1. Open up you image, i'm using this image of leighton meester;



2. make a selective coloring layer;

CYANS:
cyan: -100
yellow: -55

MAGENTAS:
cyan: -100
magenta: +96
yellow: +100
black: +100

NEUTRALS:
cyan: -33
magenta: -17
yellow: +8
black: +9

BLACKS:
black: +37



3. another selective coloring layer;

REDS:
cyan: -100



4. color balance layer;

MIDTONES:
-27
-13
+13

HIGHLIGHTS:
-30


5. selective coloring layer;

REDS:
cyan: -63
yellow: +49

NEUTRALS:
cyan: -4
magenta: +13
black: -13

BLACKS:
black: +12



6. curves layer;

RGB:
output; 186
input; 204



RED:
1st point;
output; 26
input; 72

2nd point;
output; 147
input; 171





7. yep, ANOTHER selective coloring layer;

REDS:
cyan: -33
yellow: +30



8. make a color fill layer;

#c4a994

set to exclusion 11%.



now press CRTL+ALT+SHIFT+E and sharpen the new layer and thats ittt :)

Tutorial Comments

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This is gorgeous!

By xchangminniex on Jan 8, 2012 2:29 pm

Love this =]

By foundry on Jun 4, 2010 1:54 pm

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Author fiercest View profile
Submitted on May 16, 2010
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Approved on May 20, 2010