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Tutorial Photoshop 2019, How to make photo dramatic Especially human interest look wow effect
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hello friends. welcome back to my channel. today we gonna create this Spotify Duo tone
Photo Effect using adobe Photoshop. so lets straight jump into the tutorial. the stock images and material link is in the
description. if you need the Stock and Gradient colors
scheme. make sure to check the description box. OK first create a new document. width 1280px.
and height 720px. give it name duo tone. after that make selection around the model. make sure to check on auto enhance. make selection. for inverse the selection. go to select and inverse.
and click on add layer mask icon. model will cut out from the background. with move tool drag the model to Duo tone
document. with free transform tool align Model with
document size. like so. now click on mask thumbnail. mask properties will appear. check on smart radius.
and increase the radius value a little. then hit OK. now we need to apply gradient colors on it. here i make this colors swatches for this
tutorial. if you want to download this duo tone colors
PSD file. link is in the description. download it. here i am picking two colors. one for shadows and second for highlights.
when you picked two colors then go to model man document. select model layer. go to adjustments and gradient map.
as you can see its applied on model. after that we need to contrast the image a
little. for that active model layer. go to adjustments and click on curves. make here two dots.
one in the shadows and the second one in the highlights. increase shadows and highlights. like so. again go to adjustments. now click on Brightness and Contrast. here decrease the brightness and increase
the contrast a little. now active ellipse tool. take white color. and make a circle. place the circle into right place. hold alt or option key and drag the circle. it will duplicate. decrease the size and place it. again duplicate the circle with same process. make 3 or 4 circles with different sizes.
with crop tool crop from right side a little. now select all circles with shift key.
and group them. right click on model layer thumbnail. click on select pixels.
as you can see selection around the model. active circles group again. and click on add layer mask icon.
now inverse the mask. go to image. adjustments and inverse. now active Text tool. take impact Regular font.
pick color to white. type something cool.
and compose text with white circles. like so. finally we are done with Spottily duo tone
color effect. thank you for watching the tutorial. so i hope you enjoyed the tutorial and learned
something from it. if you did then thumbs up for the tutorial. do like comment and also subscribe our channel
for more. stay tuned for the next tutorials. see you in the next video. Take Care.
Hello everyone, this is Chris from Spoon Graphics
back again with another video tutorial. This time we’re going to play around in Photoshop
to recreate the cool duotone photo effect that’s most famously recognised from the recent
Spotify rebranding, but I’ve also seen it used elsewhere around the web to create really
vibrant images. This effect is really quite simple with a Gradient Map doing most of the
work, but I’ll take you through a bunch of steps to help you get the best results. The
key to this effect is finding two colours that perfectly complement each other, so I’ve
included a a Photoshop Action that will apply a bunch of colour combinations for you to
choose from down in the description area below. This duotone photo effect works with any image,
but photos of people work best to replicate how Spotify uses this style on the artist
and band shots. So find yourself an image and open it up in
Adobe Photoshop. Select the Pen tool and zoom right into the
document, then begin tracing around the subject so we can remove it from the background. Or
alternatively you could always choose an isolated image to begin with! There’s a few different techniques you can
use to cut out your images, so I’ll link up my Ultimate Guide to Cutting Stuff Out down
in the description. You might find a different technique to the Pen tool works better with
your chosen photo. Once you’ve made a path around your image,
right click and choose Make Selection. Enter 2px (or less depending on the scale of your
document) to blur the edges slightly to avoid getting a harsh cutout. Go to Edit>Copy and Edit Paste to move this
clipping onto its own layer, then add a new layer and place it between the portrait and
original background. Fill this layer with white. Add a new Gradient Map adjustment layer and
move it to the top of the layer stack. Edit the colours for the shadows and highlights.
I’m using #24206a and #73d970 but you can find loads more in the free Photoshop Action
I’ve created. Move the gradient slider left and right to
balance between the two colours, then hit OK to apply the effect. Add a Brightness and Contrast adjustment layer
then move the Contrast slider to around +30. That’s the basic photo effect complete, but
we can add a few little extra touches to really give it that Spotify style. Create a new layer
then grab the Ellipse tool and draw a few white circles over the image. Hold the CMD or CTRL key, and click on the
layer thumbnail of the cut out portrait layer to loads its selection, then add a layer mask
to the circles layer to clip them to size. Draw a selection over one of the circles and
fill the mask with white to remove the masking from this area to allow the circle to sit
on top. So that finishes off the Spotify style duotone
photo effect in Photoshop. I hope you enjoyed it! If you did don’t forget to hit that Like
button to help spread the word and share the video with your friends, and if you want to
see more, subscribe to my YouTube channel and my website at http://spoon.graphics. Remember
to try out my free Action below to test out other vibrant colour combinations and feel
free to send me your results on Twitter at @chrisspooner. So as always thank you very
much for watching and I’ll see you in the next one.