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22 September 2007 @ 11:21 pm
#28 - Sarah Michelle Gellar Tutorial.  
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Translatable. NO selective coloring.



Begin with base:



Duplicate your base and set the layer to SCREEN:



Duplicate your base, drag it to the top, and set the layer to SOFTLIGHT:



Create a new layer filled with #f7efdf and set the layer to MULTIPLY 100%:

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Create a new layer filled with #a5bed7 and set the layer to OVERLAY 53%:

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Create a new layer filled with #f29898 and set the layer to SOFTLIGHT 33%:

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Create a new layer filled with #7adf70 and set the layer to SOFTLIGHT 70%:

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Create a new layer filled with #f0b3a3 and set the layer to (COLOR) BURN 100%:

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Go to Layers>New Adjustment Layer>COLOR BALANCE, enter in:
MIDTONES: -24, 9, 30
SHADOWS: 6, -13, -13
NO HIGHLIGHTS



Go to Layers>New Adjustment Layer>HUE/SATURATION/LIGHTNESS, enter in:
In each SATURATION slot:
MASTER: 13
REDS: 17
GREENS: 28



Create a new layer filled with #0c0c19 and set the layer to EXCLUSION 100%:

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Go to Layers>New Adjustment Layer>BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST, enter 22 in the CONTRAST slot:



Go to Layers>New Adjustment Layer>COLOR BALANCE, enter in:
MIDTONES: -31, -11, 19
SHADOWS: 9, 10, -15
HIGHLIGHTS: 3, -6, 9



And it's done! Questions, comments, results, friending... are all welcome!

Yeah, okay, I know it's a bit much, so here's the PSD file.

Other examples:




-Kelsey
 
 
 
shadow_of_whiteshadow_of_white on October 2nd, 2007 12:09 pm (UTC)
amazing! thank u sooo much !!~~ :D
but i got a different resuklt!!

and i didnt like it!
the image was kind of washed out to begin with
what do u suggest is the good image to start off with this tut??
thanks !! original result anyway :D
and can u provide which colors u filled in the beggining (i mean the code)
Kelseyhelloimkelsey on October 2nd, 2007 10:52 pm (UTC)
Lol, I totally forgot to every put in the colors!

So, if it's washed out, you can always mess with the Curves, Levels, or Brightness/Contrast or even duplicate the base and set the layer to softlight.

Here are the original pictures for my examples:
savior_of_none: Borrachasavior_of_none on October 13th, 2007 06:13 am (UTC)
WoW, it's seems to be useful, though that's alot of work tutorial you should consider posting up a script.
Kelseyhelloimkelsey on October 13th, 2007 08:30 am (UTC)
I'm glad you think so! I guess I'm gonna upload the PSD file...