Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

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Hi. This is Sony Jackson I’m going to show you how to create Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit.

Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

 

Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

HOW TO USE MY BACKGROUND:
  1. First You Have To Download My HD Background Stock
  2. Then You Have To Open Picsart
  3. When You Open the Picsart Application You Have To Replace Your Photo with My HD Background
  4. Then You Have To Erase Your Background with Picsat 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

 

YOU CAN DOWNLOAD MY BACKGROUND FROM CLICKING TO THE DOWNLOAD BUTTON ON THE DOWN BELOW

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We want to create a new layer below this shape, but before we can do this, click the lock icon to unlock the layer. We’ll temporarily hide the layer. Ctrl-click or Cmd-click the New Layer icon to make a new layer below the shape.

We’ll fill it with black, but before we do, check your foreground and background colors. If they’re not black and white respectively, press “D” on your keyboard. Since black is our foreground color, press Alt or Option + Delete. Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

Click the New Layer icon to make a new layer. We’ll create the scanlines in this layer. Press Shift plus the F5 key at the top of our keyboard to open the Fill window. We could also to Edit and Fill. Open the list and click “50% Gray”. Go to Filter and Filter Gallery. Open the “Sketch” folder and “Halftone Pattern”. We’ll choose “Line” for the pattern, 2 for the Size and 50 for the Contrast.

We’ll compress the pattern horizontally To do this, open your Transform Tool by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + T  At the top, make sure the chain-link icon isn’t active between the Transform’s Width and Height This unlinks them, so we can transform the width or the height independently of the other.

In the Height field, type in 50% and press Enter or Return Go to View and if “Snapped” isn’t checked, click it activate it Make sure your Move Tool is active If it isn’t, press “v” Press and hold the Shift key as you drag it up until it snaps to the top of your document Pressing Shift kept it perfectly vertical as you dragged it Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

Make a copy of it by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + J  As before, press and hold Shift as you drag the copy down until it snaps to the bottom Merge the two layers by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + E We’ll convert the scanlines into a Smart Object, so we can modify it non-destructively To do this, click the icon at the upper, right of the Layers panel and click, “Convert to Smart Object”.

Go to Filter and “Lens Correction” Click the “Custom” tab and in the “Remove Distortion” field, we’ll add a little convex distortion by typing in 1.1 An amount to the left of the middle will concave an image, while an amount to the right of the middle will convex it Go to Filter, Blur and Gaussian Blur Blur it 0.5 pixels.

To save some space in the Layers panel, let’s collapse the Smart Filters. Make two copies of the scan lines by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + J twice. Hide the scan line copies and make the top shape visible and active. Change its Blend Mode to “Multiply”. Make the bottom scan lines layer active. Click the Adjustment Layer icon and click “Hue/Saturation”.

Check “Colorize” and for the Hue, type in120 and for the Lightness, type in minus 60. Make the bottom scan lines layer active and reduce its opacity to 50%. Open a photo of a person’s head. I downloaded this one from Shutterstock.

We’ll isolate the head from its neck, shoulders and background by making a selection around the head There are many ways to do this, but for this example, I’ll use the Quick Selection Tool Starting in version CC 2020, Adobe added an automatic way to select your subject After you click the Quick Selection Tool, you’ll now see a button that says, “Select Subject”.

Clicking it automatically analyses your image and selects your subject If you’re using a version earlier than CC2020, we’re going to drag the tool over the inside of the subject’s head. Before we do, if the background behind your subject is very dark as in this example, it may too difficult for the tool to differentiate between the background and the darker areas of your subject.

I’ll show you a trick to make it easier for the tool to analyse it Click the Adjustment layer icon and click “Levels” Drag the Input White level about halfway across to brighten your overall image Make your subject active and make a copy of it.

Merge the adjustment layer with the copy by Shift-clicking the adjustment layer to make it active, as well, and pressing Ctrl or Cmd + E.  Drag the Quick Selection Tool over the inside of the head to select it. Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

To deselect areas outside the head, press and hold Alt or Option as you drag the tool over those areas Now that we have a selection of the head, we can delete the bright, top layer by either pressing the Delete key on your keyboard or by dragging it to the trash Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

With our selection still active, press Ctrl or  Cmd + J to cut and copy the head onto its own layer We’ll make a new layer below the head by Ctrl-clicking or Cmd-clicking the New Layer icon Click the foreground color to open the Color Picker Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

In the hexadecimal field, type in: 1EEFF00. We’ll fill the empty layer with the foreground color by pressing Alt or Option + Delete. Make the head active and change its Blend Mode to “Multiply”. Ctrl-click or Cmd-click it to make a selection of its shape. Click the Layer Mask icon to make a layer mask of the selection. We’ll copy the layer mask next to the green layer below it by going to the Layer Mask and pressing and holding Alt or Option as you drag it onto the green shape layer. Click the Adjustment Layer icon and click “Color Balance”.

For the “Midtones”, make the Magenta/Green: 100 Drag a copy of the layer mask onto the adjustment layer’s layer mask If you see this message asking you if you want to replace the existing layer mask, click “Yes” We’ll convert our green head into a Smart Object, so we can modify it non-destructively. To do this, Shift-click the green layer to make all the layers active that comprise our green head Then, convert them into one Smart Object.

We’ll place it onto our other document by pressing “v” to open our Move Tool and dragging the head onto the tab of our other document. Without releasing your mouse or pen, drag it down and release. Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

Drag the head above the “Hue/Saturation” Adjustment Layer To resize it, open your Transform Tool and go to a corner.  you’re using a version earlier than CC2019, press and hold Alt or Option + Shift as you drag it in or out.  you’re using CC 2019 or later, just press Alt or Option as you drag it To reposition it, go inside the bounding box and drag it.

If the head is trying to snap as you drag it, go to View and click “Snap” to deactivate it Then, press Enter or Return Make a copy of it and hide it for now Make the original head active and change its Blend Mode to “Screen” Double-click an empty area of the layer to open its Layer Style window.

Click “Outer Glow” and the color box Click the foreground color to pick up the color Then, click OK The Blend Mode is Normal, the Opacity is 100%and the Technique is “Softer” The Spread is 10%, the Size is 250 pixels and the Range is 80% Click “Inner Glow” Make it the same green color The Blend Mode is Soft Light and the Opacity is 100% Picsart Creative Manipulation Edit

The Technique is Softer and the Source is “Edge”. The Choke is 0 and the Size is 50 pixels. The Range is 50%. Go to Filter, Blur and Gaussian Blur. Blur it 2 pixels. Go to Filter and Filter Gallery. Close the “Sketch” folder and open the “Distort” folder. Click “Diffuse Glow”.

The Graininess is 0, the Glow Amount is 9and the Clear Amount is 5. Make the head copy visible and active and change its Blend Mode to “Lighten”. Go to Filter, Blur and Gaussian Blur. Blur it 30 pixels. To save space in the Layers panel, let’s place the two head layers into a folder.

To do this, Shift-click the bottom head and press Ctrl or Cmd + G. Name it whatever you’d like. Make the scan lines directly above the folder, visible and active. Change its Blend Mode to “Subtract”. Reduce its opacity to 50%.

Make the scan lines above it visible and active and change its Blend Mode to “Vivid Light” Lastly, we’ll brighten our overall image Click the Adjustment Layer icon and click “Levels” For the Input white level, type in 190 and for the Input Midtowns, type in 1.25.

This is Sony Jackson Thanks for watching!