In this Article I’m going to show you how to turn Venom Poster Realistic Editing in Photoshop. Hey everyone, welcome back to another tutorial. My name is Sony Jackson and you can find me on Instagram @sonyjackson775. In this Article I’m going to show you what I think is the best technique to Venom Poster Realistic Editing in Photoshop.
Venom Poster Realistic Editing
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Venom Poster Realistic Editing
We will use a technique that will allow you to save Opacity, Blending Modes and Layer Styles. Best of all, you will be able to use the watermark that you create on other Adobe applications,. Venom Poster Realistic Editing
But I will use a signature to demonstrate how it all works. Okay, let’s get started. This is the image that we want to apply our watermark to. I recommend that you use your Welcome Tablet to create your signature in a separate layer, and that’s what I have here. And I simply use my initials, but, of course, you can use your own signature, your logo, or any other graphic that you want to use as your watermark.
Now, if you don’t have a welcome tablet, let me quickly show you what you can do. You can write your initials on a piece of paper, like I have here, and scan that into Photoshop or even take a photo with your cell phone. And, of course, try to use dark ink on whitepaper. Then, go into the Channels Panel and really select any of the channels, they should all be pretty much the same. Venom Poster Realistic Editing
Duplicate a Channel and we’re going to work with that to create our selection. Right after that, I’m going to press CtrlI/ Command I on the Mac to Invert. And we’re going to use this to create selection. Anything that is white will be selected, and anything that is black will not be selected. So, we want to make sure the background is completely black. So I’m going to go into Image + Adjustments+ Levels.
And just click and drag this black point to the right, and drag the white point to the left. And I’m going to drag the midpoint to the left, to make sure that we have the inside of this text white. Then I can press OK. Notice that there are some other white spots around the text. So I’m going to easily remove those by selecting the Lasso Tool, making a very rough selection around my signature. Venom Poster Realistic Editing
Right click on the selection and click on Select Inverse and then fill with black. Black is my Foreground color, so I can press Alt Backspace / Option Delete on the Mac to fill with the Foreground Color. And then I can Deselect by pressing Ctrl D/Command D. At this point, I can continue working on the inside of the text, or leave it with this rough texture, that is totally up to you.
One quick thing that I want to show you is that you could also use Image + Apply Image, and select the Channel, the copy that you made. So in my case, Blue copy, and use the Blending Mode, Screen to apply itself using Screen which will make the image even brighter. that’s before and after. So you can do that as well. Now that my signature is white and the background is black, I can press Ctrl/ Command on the Mac, and click on the Channel thumbnail. Venom Poster Realistic Editing
That will load my signature as a selection. Then click on RGB. Go back into my layers and make a Solid Color. Black will be my Foreground color. I’m going to disable the layer below it. And you’ll notice that we now have this signature on its own layer. And that’s what you want to do. But I’ll continue with the tutorial using this signature that was created using the welcome tablet. But again, the graphic itself is not that important.
The important thing in this tutorial is the technique that I’m going to show you, not necessarily the graphic that we use. You can use any graphic that you like. So in other tutorials you may have seen that they recommend that you create a Brush as your signature and while there’s nothing wrong with that, there are certain limitations.
let me show you why I don’t think that’s the best solution. So, if we decided to create a Brush out of the signature, you could just simply go into Edit + Define Brush Preset, you can create Brush out of that graphic. now you have a brush that you can use to paint your watermark. you can use the bracket keys on the keyboard to increase or decrease the size of the brush.
of course, you can change the color of the brush to something else, like red, and continue painting on your image to apply your watermark. again, while there is nothing wrong with that I think that there are better ways of doing this.
So I’m going to press Ctrl Alt Z / Command Option Z on the Mac to undo and come back to our original signature. Now, the reason that I don’t prefer this method that is because when you save a Brush Preset, you cannot save Blending Modes, Opacity, Flow, Color, or Layer Styles with a Brush Preset. You can sort of do it by using a Tool Preset. When you create a Tool Preset, you can include Color, and you can include Blending Modes, Opacity, and Flow. Venom Poster Realistic Editing
But it doesn’t allow me to use Layer Styles. So, And I’m going to go to a signature layer and apply a couple of adjustments so that you can see the power of the technique I’m going to show you. But before I do that, I’m going to create New Solid Color Adjustment Layer so that it becomes a new background and you can see what I’m going to do a little bit better. I’m going to double click to the side of the signature layer to bring up the Layer Style Window. Venom Poster Realistic Editing
Then, I’m going to bring the Fill Opacity all the way down to 0. That is going to allow so that the only visible pixels that we see on that layer are pixels generated through the Layer styles. So the first thing I’m going to do is click on Color Overlay, and we’re going to use white as our Overlay color.
Then I’m going to add Drop Shadow, and I can adjust the shadow by clicking and dragging here on the side. And you can see the shadow there. Maybe increase the Opacity, just a tiny bit and the Blur. And, once again, the aesthetic look of this logo is really not that important. I’m just applying different effects so that you can see how it all works.
Then I’m going to go into the Blending Options and reduce the Opacity to 75, and press OK. I’m also going to change the Blending Mode to Screen. So now we’ve applied Layer Styles, changed the Blending Mode and the Opacity. And this is going to be our watermark. So it’s no longer going to be that Brush that we created earlier.
The watermark would be this graphic. And I’m going to go into Window + Library, and this is going to open up my Libraries Panel. And I have a library called Tutorial Ideas, and that’s where I’m going to drop in that signature. So I’m going to click and drag it in there and now that signature, with all those effects that we applied, are in a CC Library.
That means that it’s synced up into Adobe Creative Cloud and it’s accessible through all my installations of Photoshop and my other Adobe applications. So I could also use this on a video, for example if I’m using Adobe Premier or Adobe After Effects or any other application that sync sup to the Creative Cloud Library. Venom Poster Realistic Editing
So now I can add my watermark to this photon one of two ways. So that I could scale it down and place it accordingly. And here it is. The other method is by right clicking and selecting Place Layers. I could also scale it, and bring it down and place it accordingly. Now, even though they both look the same on the photo, they’re not really the same.
So, you could make adjustments to it, for example, change the Color Overlay to red, and make any other adjustments that you like. The signature that is connected to the Creative Cloud account, can be edited. But the thing about that is that once you edit that image, it will edit all instances of it. Because what you really are editing is this graphic here inside the Creative Cloud. And that’s actually really powerful because I can double click on that signature and maybe my company logo changes to something else,
or maybe my new company logo is this shape here. And let me remove the stroke and make it white and just place it in the centre.
So this will be my new watermark, it will no longer be the signature. Then I can duplicate the Layer Styles from the previous layer by holding Alt / Option on the Mac and clicking on the Effects icon and dragging that on to the new shape layer But it’s not required, you can always just simply place the regular layer which,
of course, gives you the same settings that you saved on the original and also gives you the ability to edit them if you need to.
And I think it goes without saying that if you are not on Photoshop CC,
then your best option is to use a brush and create a Tool reset,
because a Tool Preset will at least give you the options to save Color,
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And that’s it for this tutorial. Let me know in the comments down below if you think this technique would be useful to you.
As always, thank you so much for watching and I will talk to you again very soon.