New Year 2021 Editing

New Year 2021 Editing

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Hi this is Sony Jackson I’m going to show you how to create the look   of New Year 2021 Editing This is an update of a tutorial I did many years ago   on a much earlier version of Photoshop. For your convenience, I provided this fabric texture that   you can use for this project, as well as a brush set of custom stitches. Before we begin, make sure you click the “Subscribe”   button to let you know as soon as I upload new Photoshop tutorials.

New Year 2021 Editing

New Year 2021 Editing

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  1. First You Have To Download My HD Background Stock
  2. Then You Have To Open Photoshop
  3. When You Open the Photoshop Application You Have To Replace Your Photo with My HD Background
  4. Then You Have To Erase Your Background with Photoshop Using PEN Tool or Any Other Eraser Tool
  5. And Then Adjust Your Photo with the Background
  6. And You Can Also Add Some Effects Like (HDR Effect, Smoke, Dodge and Burn, Shadow, Color Grading)
  7. IF You Have Any Problem to Edit Your Picture Then Simply You Can Watch MY You Tube Videos Tutorial for More Information

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New Year 2021 Editing

This effect works equally   well on text and black on white graphics. Open your Type Tool and Type Picker. Pick a font.   We’ll adjust its size after we type out the text. The aliasing is Smooth and I’ll choose   center alignment. The color is irrelevant, since we won’t be filling our text with color.   Click on the document and type out your text. If you have multiple lines and want to make a   portion of your text bigger or smaller, highlight the text and drag the size scrubby slider icon   to the right or left.

To adjust the space between all the lines, known as “leading”,   highlight all of your text and open the Character panel by going to Window and Character. I keep the   panel docked for easy access. Drag the Leading scrubby slider icon to the left or right.   To adjust the spacing between all the characters, known as “Tracking”,   you can drag the Tracking scrubby slider icon or press and hold   Alt or Option as you press the left or right arrow key on your keyboard.

To adjust its overall size, click the Move Tool and press Ctrl or Cmd + T to open your   Transform Tool. Go to a corner. If you’re using a version earlier than CC 2019, press and hold Alt   or Option + Shift as you drag in or out. New Year 2021 Editing

If you’re using an earlier version, just press Alt or Option   as you drag it. Then press Enter or Return. To center it, press Ctrl of Cmd + A to select   the enter document and click the Align Horizontal Centers icon and the Align Vertical Centers icon.  New Year 2021 Editing

Then, deselect it by pressing Ctrl or Cmd +D.  We can close the Character panel now. If you want to use a black and white graphic,   unlock it and open your Channels panel. If you don’t see it, go to Window and Channels.   Ctrl-click or Cmd-click the thumbnail of any of the channels to make a selection of the shapes of   your graphic. New Year 2021 Editing

Open back the Layers Panel and press the “Delete” key on your keyboard to delete the   white background leaving the black shapes intact. Then, deselect it by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + D.   Place it onto the fabric texture and resize it.  New Year 2021 Editing

The next steps are exactly the same as if you were using text. We’ll convert our text or   graphic into a Smart Object, so we can modify it non-destructively, as well as allow us to replace   it with other text or graphics without having to redo the Layer Style effects that we’ll be adding   to it. New Year 2021 Editing

Click the icon at the upper, right of the Layers Panel and click “Convert to Smart Object”.   Reduce its Fill to 0%. This removes its color completely,   but it’ll retain the full visibility of the effects we add to it. New Year 2021 Editing

Double-click an empty area of the layer to open its Layer Style window. Click “Bevel & Emboss”.   The Style is “Pillow Emboss”, the Technique is “Smooth” and the Depth is 500%. The Direction   is “Up”, the Size is 15 pixels and soften it 6 pixels. Check “Use Global Light”.   The Angle is 120 degrees and the Altitude is 30 degrees.   The Gloss Contour is Linear. The Highlight Mode is “Color Dodge”, the color is white   and the Opacity is 50%. The Shadow Mode is “Linear Burn”, the color is black and its opacity is 17%.

Click the New Layer icon to make a new layer. In this layer we’ll create the stiches of thread   that will surround each shape. Let’s name it, “Stitches”. Since we want the stitches to be   initially white in color, our foreground color should be white. If it’s not white, press “D” to   make your foreground and background colors default to black and white, respectively and then click   this icon to reverse them or you can press “x” on your keyboard. Open your Pencil Tool and   Pencil Picker. As I mentioned earlier, I provided this set of custom stitch brushes that you can   download.

After you install it into Photoshop’s Brush Pre-sets, scroll down the panel If you   don’t see the stitch set at the bottom, clicks the gear icon and click “Import Brushes”. The name of   the stiches is, “stitch by buying paw”. Click it and click “Load”. Since I already installed it,   I’ll click “Cancel”. Open its folder and scroll down to see the stitches. I like this one the best   for this effect.

It’s the one right after the stitch that looks like two horizontal shapes.   Click it and press Enter or Return Press the F5 key at the top of your keyboard to   open your Brush Settings panel You could also go to Window and Brush Settings.   Open Brush Tip Shape Make its Size: 3 pixels and the Spacing: 350% Click “Shape Dynamics”   All the “Jitter” setting amounts are 0% The Size Jitter control is off, as well as the Roundness   Jitter, however, the Angle Jitter control should be set to “Direction”.

This will make the stitches   follow the direction along the edges of our graphics or text We can close the panel now   Ctrl-click or Cmd-click the thumbnail of your text or graphic to make a selection of it Open your   Paths panel If you don’t see it, go to Window and Paths. Click the icon to open the fly-out list   and click, “Make Work Path”.

When you see this window, keep its default Tolerance: 0.5 pixels.   Open the fly-out list again and click, “Stroke Path” When you see this window,   choose “Pencil” for the tool and make sure “Simulate Pressure” is not checked  hide   the paths, click anywhere on the Paths panel under the work path or press Ctrl or Cmd + H    blend the stitches into your pillow, open back the Layers panel and change its Blend   Mode to Soft Light.

To change it color, click the Adjustment Layer icon and click “Hue/Saturation”.   Check “Colorize” and drag the Hue slider to a color you like.   Slide the Saturation to increase the color’s intensity. If the highlights and/or shadows of   the emboss are too intense or too weak on the color you chose, double-click “Bevel & Emboss”   to open it in the Layer Style window.

Adjust the opacities of the highlight and shadows.   To increase your image’s color vibrancy, make the top layer active   and click the Adjustment Layer icon again. Click “Vibrancy”. Drag the vibrancy slider to the right.

This is Sony Jackson Thanks for watching!