Photo shop manipulations editing with light

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Photo shop manipulations editing with light

  1. 1. PhotoShop Manipulations Editing with Light By Megan Robinson
  2. 2. This is original image on the left, I wanted to change it, To do this. I clicked on ‘Magnetic Lasso Tool’ and went all around the girl including the guitar. Then I copied and pasted her. Next I clicked on ‘Brush Tool’ and the colour I have chosen is black and went over but you still can see the girl. Then I clicked on ‘Pen Tool’ and what I did on pen tool which is shown on the right. Then I clicked on the ‘Brush Tool’.
  3. 3. I right clicked on the image and selected ‘Stroke Path’ and the tool I have chosen is ‘Brush’ then I clicked on ‘Color Picker’. The colour is I have picked is yellow which is shown on the right. Then I clicked on ‘Layer Style’ and ticked the ‘Outer Glow’ and I changed the colour to pick which is shown on the next page.
  4. 4. Then I deleted the path by right clicking on the swirl and clicked on ‘Delete Path’ which gets rid of the points used on the pen tool and this is shown on the bottom left. I clicked on the ‘Eraser Tool’. To get rid of some of the swirl part to make more like 3D. Now I have finished it and it is shown on the next page.
  5. 5. First of all I changed the colour of my shot to black and white by selecting ‘Image’, I then clicked on adjustments then black & white and then custom as I wanted to custom it to my own colour. Next I altered the brightness and contrast to make the image less bright and create more contrast . Next I wanted to duplicate the image, so first I altered the canvas size, then changed the anchor so that the image moved over to the left. I next changed the width into 200% and then I copied the image. Next I pasted it, then I went onto transform in order to flip the image horizontally. Then I moved the image onto the right of the original image. Finally I clicked gradient and went on style then chose radial, then scale at 147% and placed it in the middle between the trees to produce the effect of a sunrise. I have competed the image which is shown on the next page.

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