Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

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Hi. This is Sony Jackson. I’m going to show you how to create a beautiful, moonlit night filled with stars and Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing  majestic, celestial clouds from a daytime photo. Open a high-resolution, daytime landscape.

Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

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Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

The first step is to crop you image to specific size. Open you’re Crop Tool and Crop presets. Click “16:9”. In the Width field, type in 1920 “px” for pixels and in the Height field, type in 1080.Go to a corner and when you see a diagonal, double-arrow, press and hold Alt or Option + Shift as you drag it in or out. Then, press Enter or Return. Since I want to want to see more sky

I’ll slide the entire image down by pressing the Down arrow on my keyboard. If you’re doing the same for your image, don’t be concerned that you’re seeing the background on top.Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

We’ll be removing it and the rest of the sky next. To accept the cropping, click the check-market the top. Next, we’ll separate the landscape from the sky. Open your Quick Selection Tool.

For most resolutions, a radius of 10 to 15pixels works fine. Drag your tool over the land portion of your image. To remove areas of the selection outside your landscape,

press and hold Alt or Option as you drag over those areas. click the “Select and Mask” button or go to Select and “Select and Mask” If you’re using an earlier version,Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

click “Refine Edge” I did in-depth tutorials on Refine Edge and Select and Mask, so if you’d like to watch them, I provided their links in my video’s description below

If you’re using Select and Mask, make sure the “Refine Edge Brush Tool” is active. I’m using the “Overlay” view mode. Check “Smart Radius”, which allows for a variable width refinement area around the edge of your selection.

To adjust the size of your Brush, press the right or left bracket key on your keyboard or adjust it here. Drag your tool over the edge of your landscape to refine their edges.Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

Checking “Decontaminate Colors” removes color fringe of the sky bleeding into your landscape Output it as a “New Layer with Layer Mask” Then, click OK Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

Make a new layer below the active layer by Ctrl-clicking or Cmd-clicking the New Layer icon We’ll fill the empty layer with black, but first, if your foreground and background colors aren’t black and white respectively, press “D” on your keyboard

Since black is your foreground color, press Alt or Option + Delete Next, we’ll create a star field on the black layer Go to Filter, Noise and “Add Noise” Make the amount 400%, Gaussian and monochromatic

Go to Filter, Blur and Gaussian Blur. Make the Radius: 0.3 pixels. Zoom into the noise by pressing the “z” keyon your keyboard and dragging a rectangular selection over it approximately this size.

Open Levels by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + L. In the Input Shadow field, type in 240. To fit your document back onto your canvas, press Ctrl or Cmd + 0. Make a new layer and name it “Clouds”.

Go to Filter, Render and “Clouds” Change its Blend Mode to “Color Dodge” Next, we’ll add luminous, celestial clouds Make a new layer below the clouds layer by Ctrl-clicking or Cmd-clicking the New Layer icon Name it “Colors”Open your Brush Tool and Brush Picker We’ll adjust the size it a moment The Hardness is 0% and makes the opacity: 5 or 10% Click the foreground color and pick a main color for your clouds I’ll pick a rich blue To adjust the size of your brush, press the left or right bracket key on your keyboard The size of this brush is size 500 pixels Brush over the stars To add another color, click the foreground color and pick a new color

If it’s a bright color, you may want to reduce its opacity Sparsely brush over your stars Make your Clouds layer active Zoom out of your image by pressing Ctrl orCmd and the minus key on your keyboard a few times Go to Edit, Transform and Perspective Go to a top corner and drag it out approximately this much To accept it, click the check-mark at the top Then, fit your document back on your screen

Make the top layer active and click the Adjustment layer icon click” Color Lookup” If you’re using an earlier version, I’ll show you a work-around in a minute

We want to restrict the adjustment layer to effect just the one layer beneath it To do this, click the “Clipping Mask” icon or press Ctrl + Alt + G on Windows or Cmd + Option + G on a Mac Open the “3D LUT” file and click “Moonlight 3DL” , click the Adjustment layer icon and click “Levels” Clip it and reduce the Output white levels to darken the landscape We’ll give it a blue color cast by making a new adjustment layer and clicking Color Balance Then, clip it In the Mid tones, give it more blue Make a new layer and name it “Moon”

Open your Elliptical Marquee Tool and press and hold Alt or Option + Shift as you drag out a circle approximately this size. Go to Select, Modify and Feather. Feather it 1 pixel. Temporarily,

fill it with any color and deselect it by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + D. Double-click the thumbnail of the Moon layer to open the Layer Style window. Click “Color Overlay” and the color box

In the hexadecimal field type in FFFEDE Then click OK Click “Outer Glow” Make the color the same as Color Overlay The Blend Mode is Normal the Opacity is 55%and the Technique is Softer

I’ll make the Size 100 pixels however you may want to adjust this amount depending on your image’s

resolution Make a new layer and name it “Craters”Realistic Photo Manipulation Editing

Change its Blend Mode or Linear Burn. Ctrl-click or Cmd-click the thumbnail of the Moon layer to make a selection of its shape. Click the Layer Mask icon to make a layer mask of the selection next to the Craters layer.

Click the chain-link to unlink the layer and the layer mask. This allows us to resize and/or reposition either of them independently of the other. Click the layer to make it active.

Make your foreground & background colors black and white respectively by pressing “D” on your keyboard or clicking this icon.

Go to Filter, Render and Clouds.Notice the moon now has the clouds texture over it We’ll reduce the size of the texture by opening the Transform Tool In the centre of the Transform’s bounding box,you’ll see this icon, which is called the “reference point” Drag it to the centre of your moon Go to a corner and press and hold Alt or Option + Shift as you drag the bounding box in approximately this much To reposition the texture over the moon go inside the bounding box and drag it Then press Enter or Return. Reduce the texture’s opacity until it looks good to you

This is Sony Jackson. Thanks for watching!