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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to make the subject of an image pop-out.000a
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Hello, when reformatting a video, you have to make this subject to your picture, image your photo pop out. So this is a very simple tutorial if you want. So let’s begin.
First of all, you need to open your Photoshop and the image you want to make effect to. Here’s mine. Okay, so with that one selected, just hit control G to duplicate that layer. And with layer one selected, hit control and the add new button, okay. This is will create a blank there. But we want it to be white, so we’ll go to our foreground color, select white and hit control backspace. Or in Mac, it would be command delete, okay. There you go. Now we’ll have to select what we want to pop out, so let me zoom in a little bit.
Now we’ll begin doing this, select them magnetic lasso tool and begin making the effect. For tutorials reasons, I will skip this part and see you on a moment when I have selected, okay.
Okay, I’ve selected the thing that I want to pop out, okay. So now, let me zoom out a little bit. So now, select the layer one and hit control G, okay. And here in layer one, hit M and select the part you want to keep. Let’s say it’s like this, okay. Now over here, create layer mask and it should look like that.
Now we’ll go to effects and stroke. We’ll select 10 pixels inside and a grayish color. I think that’s working properly. Okay, so now select the other layer, the layer with shift and now hit control E, okay. That will create. Then we’ll go merge in both layers to same one, now hit effects, blending options, hit drop shadow and I’ll select here in opacity 16, I’ll have 120 degrees. I’ll have it as distance five and the size, I will leave 10 pixels. I will hit okay.
And now I’ll show you this. Okay, so here’s your image, okay. So, go to file, save as. Let’s save this at desktop and pop out, okay, pop out as GP, save, okay. Now let me show it to you. I’ll open this image.
Okay, here’s the image and you can see that it’s popping out the image and looks like kind of cool. So this is all for now. Hope you like this vid, please comment, rate and if you like to subscribe. See you next week. Bye!