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Night Vision

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  • 1. Go from this To this
  • 2.
    • Open the file
    • And change it to grayscale
    • Image>Mode>Grayscale
  • 3.
    • Image>Mode>Duotone
    • The Duotone Option Box will appear
    • You need to pick two different greens.
    • First green is 25BF21
    • And the second is A8D9A7
    • After that go to Image>Mode>RGB color
  • 4.
    • Copy your background layer
    • Select your new layer
    • Image>Adjustments>Levels
    • In the Input Level dialog box enter (from left to right): 70 , 1.00 , and 230 .
    • Choose your blur tool
    • Set a low opacity 20%
    • And run it across the bottom of the photo
  • 5.
    • Filter>Noise>Add Noise
    • Enter Amount: 3% , Distribution: Uniforn , and make sure Monochromatic is selected.
  • 6.
    • Choose the Burn Tool , set it at Midrange , Exposure 50% ,
    • Carefully apply your brush in a circular motion to the outside of the image.
    • This gives a nice subtle darkening effect to the edges.
    • Finally choose Hue/Saturation and perform final tweaks by moving the 3 sliders in very small increments.
  • 7.  

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