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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Eliminate the background image with smooth without a haircut with photoshop

Before try these tips, agan have to ask permission to have a copyright image, to be safe from mockery. Here I use the photo my teacher, teacher is really clever barber, subscription:
  • Open Photoshop (any version) and then enter pictures that you want to change background


  • Show channels to start solving the color, WINDOW> CHANNELS> Choose the color of the contrast between the hair with a backgound detail> RIGHT CLICK> Duplicate CHANNEL
  • Adjust the color levels to be clearly visible between the hairline and the background
    IMAGE> Adjustments> Levels: set as shown below, or set as appropriate. Keep the background border is still visible in hand with us in order to facilitate the selection process PATH.
  • Do the selection in the object model using the PATH, WINDOW> PATHS> Create a new path> Click the PEN TOOL> create a selection like the picture below
  • Blocks of color with black on the part of our selection
    Select the PATH we have made in Pallate Path> RIGHT CLICK> FILL PATH
 
  • Use Color choose black color: BLACK> OK
 
  • Brush all over with the white background, to more easily done using the path selection we have made.

    CLICK ON THE RIGHT PATH> MAKE SELECTION> Feather RADIUS: 0> OK
    Menu Select> Inverse click the BRUSH TOOL> USE WHITE> Brush in the background and caution on the part of the hair
  • Double click on Layer> OK, so the layer named background changed to "Layer 0"
  • Menu SELECT> LOAD SELECTION> Channel: RED COPY
  • Menu SELECT> Modify> Feather (CTRL + ALT + D)> 1 px
  • Click the ADD LAYER MASK
  • Click Menu IMAGE > ADJUSTMENTS > INVERT (CRTL+i)
  • Create a New Layer by clicking "Ctrl + Shift + N" and set the foreground and background colors will we use as the basis behind the image
 
  • Click the Filter Menu> Render> Clouds
    Add lighting effects: FILTER> RENDER> LIGHTING EFFECTS
    Style: SOFT OMMI> Properties: adjust according to taste
 
  • Move layer 1 to the lowest position in the background using the move tool
    Duplicate Layer PHOTOS: RIGHT CLICK> Duplicate Layer
 
  • Change Set Layer Blending Mode on Layer 0 to MULTIPLY
 
  • Remove the edge of the visible white hairs on the Duplicate Layer 0 using the eraser, it is intended that the image could look more together, look at the picture below
 
  • Duplicate Layer 0 Copy and change the bending mode of the duplicate set to HARD LIGHT.
    If the Picture looks less bright or dark Curver use Level Atar (crtl + L and
    crtl + M)
  •  If the above steps correctly, then you practice you can produce images like this:
  • Photos on display ready ^ _ ^! may be useful
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