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hello everybody welcome to my channel. in
today’s episode I will show you, how you can delete unwanted elements out of a
photograph using Photoshop. I will delete this sign and those people here
because they are distracting on this photo. choose the quick selection tool
and select the sign. holding the Alt key you can deselect areas that are not
supposed to be selected. after you selected an area, go to edit and click on
fill. make sure that in contents you have chosen content-aware.
if you don’t have content aware due to having a too old version of Photoshop,
we will finish editing the sign and delete the people using a different tool.
click OK. after it processes the element is gone. depending on the size and how
well you selected it there might be some remaining touches needed like you see
here. we will now choose the stamp tool. press the Alt key and select the area we
want to copy then click on the area we want to paste. this method copies the
area we chose and pastes it in the area that we click on. the area it copies
from moves as we paste so we don’t get the same paste in each area. we can
always choose a different area to copy from by holding the Alt key and clicking
on the area we want to copy from. after some Corrections it looks done. you can
always spend more time on an edit and make it look better if you’re not yet
satisfied. now let’s delete the people here. we will start with content-aware to
check how it handles this job and then we will do the remaining Corrections
with the stamp tool. as we see the content aware tool is not perfect. let’s
fix this mess with the stamp tool. after zooming in some, let’s choose an area to
copy from and cover up the mess. as you see not every area fits so it’s always
best to copy from a similar looking area. some places can be hard to correct but
it doesn’t have to look like it does in real life. as long as it looks real you
don’t have to be the perfect reconstruction of the real spot. let’s
take this woman out as well so she isn’t a distraction. and there it is the
finished photo. you can make many other edits to make it look even better but
that’s for another episode. I hope you enjoyed this episode leave a
like and please remember to subscribe to my channel for more photo video related
content. take care.
Open Your Image (Wide Image) double click on layer to unlock make it square: go to image>Image size make sure, Constrain proportions is unchecked Press Ctrl+T and flip it vertical go to filter>distort>Polar Coordinates fix some unwanted space using stamp tool Press Alt and choose similar place Press Ctrl+T and resize by holding Shift+Alt Select the bottom layer and create a new layer for shadow get soft brush fill color is black decrease the opacity of brush create a new layer child shadow press alt key and click on child layer fill it with black color press Ctrl+T and Hold the Ctrl Key to adjust corners decrease the opacity of shadow go to filter>blure>Gausion Blur get soft eraser tool and erase some unwanted shadows Create a new layer on top for sun light effect fill it with black color go to filter>render>lens flare change the blend mode into screen go to image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation check clorize
Hello guys, this is farzz and I’m here with another tutorial today. I’ll show you how to edit and retouch outdoor portrait Just like this from this to this Look at difference. This is beautiful and I have done these by several steps Okay, let’s check first I have done some color grading using Camera Raw and then retouching and then dodge and burn and Some fake light there and The effect and I’m also adding some sharpness to the image Look at this This is the before and this is the after So guys let’s see how it happens at first open your image Press ctrl + j to copy and convert to smart object Then go to camera raw filter And – 54 highlights And One thing I am giving this preset fully free you will find the link in the video description to download this preset totally free and 33 for Shadow Then 24 for white 8 for clarity and then 18 for dehaze and minus 15 for vibrance and 2 for saturation That’s fine then go to curves and Select here blue and Make a point Input 0 and output 36 Then make another point input 28 and Output 39 That’s fine and make another point Input 109 and output 98 That looks great Then select red Make a point and input 82 and Output 78 Make another point here input 147 and Then output 1 for 2 That’s fine. Then go to sharpness and Around 60 for sharpness and noise reduction luminance 28 Not 30 that’s fine then go to saturation panel Here 42 for red – 27 for orange That’s fine and minus 100 for Yellow and – 100 for green – 81 for Aquas That’s fine and blues 57 That’s fine then go to luminance – 32 for red And 41 for orange Thats fine Then go to camera calibration Come to the red primary and Saturation thirty Thirteen actually Then green primary – 49 for hue Then come to the blue primary – thirty-eight for hue and minus 20 for saturation That’s fine That’s okay. This was the before and this is the after press. Okay when you are done Okay Now press shift+ ctrl + Alt + E to Merge and Now I will do some Retouch work and skin Toning I am using skin finer for this Select the skin color Okay, forget the other selection we will mask it later now just concentrate on the skin That’s fine Okay, that looks good And I want a little bit Reddish color so hue around minus 15 and it’s fine then decrease the saturation a little bit and Increase the contrast Having 15 fine and 10 to 12 for shadows Okay, lets see This is the before and this is the after. I think little down to This is the before this is the after and before and after Okay, that’s fine, press okay when you are done This is the before and this is the after but I want this effect only the skin area so create a mask and Press ctrl + I to inverse Then pick a white soft brush and Paint over this game That’s fine Looks great Okay Now again, press shift+ ctrl + Alt + E to Merge and Again, copy this layer by pressing ctrl + J Ok first hide this layer select this layer and double clicking on this or Go to blending option here you select screen And bring this point Like this This will help you to lightining the area Press and hold alt and click to divide this and bring another point like this Ok come close a little bit Now you can see clearly Okay, that’s fine now press ok now Activate this layer and go To the blending option and the selector multiply Now bring this point to these Again, press alt and click to divide this and bring this point Like this That’s fine Press ok, select this two layer Press ctrl + G to put them in a group and Create a mask then go to image and then apply image That’s good Okay, now press ok now You can see the result this was the before totally flat image and now look at this But I don’t want this effect in this area look at this these areas are also affected so click on the mask and Paint with the black brush That’s fine Now look at this, this is the before and this is the after You can decrease the effect if you want, but I think this is perfect Now and I wanna add a fake light in this area To make the image more dramatic for this. I’m picking an orange color and the soft brush and then paint then change the blend mode to screen and Press ctrl + T. To resize it And Decreasing the opacity around 55% looks good Now I wanna add a solid color And Color code is 746a64 Then press ok, and Then soft light Okay Look at this before and after Now I want to add some sharpness for this again, press Shift + ctrl + Alt + E and Then go to filter other and high-pass I Think one point five is perfect for this press ok, and change the blend mode to vivid light Now look at this you Can also decrease the opacity now Look at this It looks great This was the before and this is the after I Hope this video will help you and if you like this video hit the like button leave your comments and don’t forget to subscribe
Hi! Welcome Back. Let’s Get Started with By Duplicating Layer with Ctrl+J. I’m going to rename this layer as Camera Raw. Right-Click on current layer and Convert it into Smart Object. Head over to Filter and Then Camera Raw Filter. Let’s resize window:) Now, Let’s add Contrast to bring some of details. Don’t go too much with it. Let’s play with Exposure. Keep adjusting whatever best fit for your image. Let’s speed up process. If you want to see the original state of image, You can click on this icon. Next, Click on Tone Curve. Tone curve is very interesting and overwhelming as well. Before adjusting, Make sure you know that what you’re doing? Let’s Click on Point, For Specific Channel Adjustment of image. In this case I’m using Blue channel to add little blues. This Part of curve represent black part of image. As we drag this slider the Blue effect would be added to black area. You Can see the black area getting blue color and similarly for darken area. Hit OK to commit changes. It’s look cool to me. But Let’s add more reality 🙂 Head over and create a new adjustment layer of Gradient… Click on gradient box. Click on right slider of gradient. Let’s choose orange sunset color. Color Code:#a35917 Delete left slider color. Hit ok. Here comes interesting part, Change style to Reflected. Hit OK to commit changes. Change blending mode to Soft-Light. You can reduce opacity. You Can adjust Gradient at any time. Increasing Scale will give more gradient… Let’s Adjust Color using Color Balance. Click on adjustment window. If you don’t see this go to Window and Adjustment. Let’s create Color Balance adjustment layer. I’m playing with different tone area. In this case I’m using Mid-Tone to add little bluish. Red:+1 , Yellow:+12 Highlight Tone: +17 Yellow: -6