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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to add a Black and White Effect to any image. Also I'll show you how to add ...
a tint for the image.000a
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Hello YouTuber, this is maru2194 making a video on how to make a black and white and white image effect for any picture or image you have and I’m also going to tell you how to tint them like you place a color over them to make them look cool. That’s a cool theme also. So watch, let’s begin.
So, first open your picture in PhotoShop and now we’ll have to make these black and white. Yeah, so we’ll go over here. There is a little button like a circle, that middle is black and middle is white. Click that end over here up, like in the third menu, select black and white. Hit that and your image will turn black and white. Okay so, here you can select some presets like a blue filter to make them like—you did more detail on some areas. Yeah, you can see there’s a lot of presets button. This case I want to show you one thing personally I like. So, here you can change the lights to make them lighter or darker or you can also change the yellows, the greens and the other colors, yeah, as you can see.
But there’s another tip I can give you. Here, when you have this window open, the black and white one, you can kind of select one—well, go to your picture and select one part of your picture. As you can see here, I have the yellow selected but I’ll click in skies and the blues automatically selected. So, I can make that lighter, that darker or adjust that, adjust the button. Once I have finished, I will click okay. But now I want to show you one thing about the tinting I mentioned, down over there is a tint on this section, so check that and select the color that you want. Here you can select the hue or your saturation, and once you’re finished just hit okay. Mine is like black and white okay. Let’s hit okay, there you go.
Another way of tinting the image is—so which first of all, we change form this color image to this one, over here, the black and white, it looks really good. So now I’m going to show you another way of tinting the image. So, I’ll duplicate this layer and drag it to first, there you go. Now, I’ll hit new here and fill it with the color I want to tint, I want to tint greenish end so I’ll fill the color again. Now having these selected, I’ll go to the normal here—just the bottom of the layers or at the top of this panel, with the drag and drop, just hit overlay instead of normal, select overlay and there you go. That’s another way of tinting but this one is not as good as the other one, because the other one you can preview and select what you want the specific key on what you want.
So you can changed from this image to this, to the black and we need a tint color over here. But remember the other tint that I gave you, this is one way of making your images black and white and tinting them. But now I want to show you another way of making your image black and white. So go onto here and selecting the image you want, just hit Control R to open the Camera Raw Menu, okay so here you can change everything to make it darker, lighter, this is like to add some cool effects but I’m not pointing this out right now.
So, we want to show you how to make the images in black and white over here, the Camera Raw, so select the fourth option going from left to right or the fifth one going from right to left, okay so. Once you have selected that, you will see that here it says convert to grayscale, check that and begin arranging your image to make it look better, just like very similar to what we’ve done already in PhotoShop, there you go. And once you’ve finished, just save the image you’ve done and the will make your image look black and white.
So, this was all I wanted to share with you guys in this moment on this tutorial so hope you’ll give it a try—that you learn the way you sort of change your image to black and white and having some tint over them and we’ll hope you learned then and see you in the video, bye.