Color Enhancement (1)

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Note: If you are going to use a different image, play around with the settings and opacities
1. First copy and paste the image into photoshop. I am currently using PS 7.
2. Sharpen the image (Filter>>Sharpen>>Sharpen).
3. Duplicate the layer (Layer>>Duplicate Layer) and set the layer mode to Screen at 85%
4. Merge the layers (Ctrl+E).
5. Go to Hue/Saturation (Ctrl+U) and adjust the Saturation to +35.
6. Next, create new a Selective Color layer (Layer>>New Adjustment Layer>>Selective Color) and match your settings to mine.

Reds:
Cyan: -100%
Magenta: +100%
Yellow: 0%
Black: 0%

Yellows:
Cyan: -10%
Magenta: 0%
Yellow: +10%
Black: 0%

Greens:
Cyan: -10%
Magenta: -15%
Yellow: +100%
Black: 0%

Blues:
Cyan: +100%
Magenta: 0%
Yellow: 0%
Black: -20%


and you're done!

Final:
User posted image

Tutorial Comments

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YAY cool. it helps me alotttt ^_^

By JRock-Layouts-and-Graphics on Jun 28, 2008 11:11 pm

IM GOING TO TRY IT OUT. IT LOOK HARD & ALOT OF WORK. GRR.

By ShaBen on Jul 2, 2007 3:23 pm

following tutorial vs just having screen layerit is very different. o-o

By TheSpoon on Jul 31, 2006 2:22 pm

well people can make the same effects a ton of different ways, its just up to you to figure which way you want to choose.

By Insurmountable on Jul 28, 2006 11:41 pm

I got the same effect you did just by duplicating the layer and setting it to screen at 100%....

By ZapatoDelFuego on Jul 28, 2006 2:33 am

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Submitted on Jul 14, 2006
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