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In this video, Creative Ice Media Group shows you how to make a cool effect for your pictures in Photoshop.
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What's good YouTube? Its Creative Ice Media Group here. I've got a fresh new tutorial for you. And basically what the tutorial is, don’t really know what to call it, but it’s just another cool effect for your images. This is the final effect. And this is the before image. It’s just something to make your images look kind of cool. And there's a lot of variety in this tutorial, I guess. You can do a lot of the tutorial. So first thing you want to do is open your image into Photoshop. Okay. Here we go. Then what we want to do is drag on that one now and duplicate it. So now we have two of them. Okay. Let’s go to effects, I'm turning the effects. The circle that has half black half white thing and click gradient map. Now what I'm going to do is choose any gradient that has a free way system. And were going to choose black. Then what were going to do is choose yellow. But the yellow code, were going to use a specific yellow, which will be e4ce51. Press OK. And then white. And press OK. Yeah. Alright. Now what we do. I want you to have that gradient map, were going to choose a gradient map, blend mode to screen. And were going to change opacity to 70. Now what were going to do is just click on the gradient map, click over here and do merge visible. Or you could do shift control E on a PC or shift command E on a Mac. Then what we're going to do is command U or control U to open hue and saturation. And were going to do around minus 35, it depends on your photograph. On mine, it’s on minus 35. And then minus 5 on the lightness. Press OK. Now what were going to do is go to image, adjustments, levels. We’re going to be playing around with the levels now. This, no one has going to have the same. So you basically just play around. Alright, that for me might not. Okay. And that’s basically the final step is just get your dodge tool and just make highlights. Okay. Just highlight that and highlight her lips. Her fringe. Okay. And remember I said you have a lot of freedom and variety on this tutorial. Like I meant like the levels, you have a lot of freedom of that. The gradient map, doesn’t have to be yellow, it can be blue. And your effect can be bluey, greeny, purply, pinky. Any color, but mine is not blue. It is basically yellow. That’s pretty much it guys. Thanks for watching. Please comment, rate, and subscribe. Check www.CIMG.co.uk. Register on CIMG.co.uk, the link would be in the sidebar. Register only if you want to like submit your tutorials on to the blog. So follow me on Twitter. Add me on Facebook. Every link would be in the sidebar. 'til next time. Adios amigos.