- October 17, 2014 at 3:28 pm
- March 12, 2015 at 11:17 pm
Most of the time, for images with great effects over them, how you start is very important to how you’re going to finish.
For something like this you’d need:
– A High quality, high resolution ‘Parent’ image
– Copy selections of high contrast onto their own layers.
– Lower the contrast but stick to the darker tones in your levels
– Sepia/Color layer above set to mulitply/hue/saturation in layer settings.
( You could do that last step under Hue/Saturation Adjustments without extra layers )
– Put contrasted layers on top layer
– Add grain texture, low opacity, set to multiply.
– Delete the white from grain texture using Magic wand (w) tool set to contiguous.
That’s just a start!
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