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Old Feb 6, 2007, 2:44 PM   #11
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HI Mate

thanks. This shot was very harsh, and i just used the cs2 highlight controller to bring it back down like i explained in your other post.

Also used a multiply mask which also brings ina nice tint.

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Hi Ken, This is a Fantastic shot...I love the Seagull and the waves crashing in i think it adds more to the shot...

Also used a multiply mask which also brings ina nice tint. Where on CS2 is this..??


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Hi Ken, This is a Fantastic shot...I love the Seagull and the waves crashing in i think it adds more to the shot...

Also used a multiply mask which also brings ina nice tint. Where on CS2 is this..??

Thanks mate

Appreciate your comments

Ummm its not difficult to do. I will have to explain it when i get home from work hehe

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I will have to explain it when i get home from work hehe
Thanks Mate..!!
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I will have to explain it when i get home from work hehe
Thanks Mate..!!
This multiply works best with washed out images. It adds a nice level of mids


pretty much all you do is

1) duplicate your layer
2) go to the blend mode and select MULTIPLY
3)Now with the new layer selected go to LAYER>LAYER MASK>REVEAL ALL
4)Now go to IMAGE>APPLY IMAGE
5)On the next prompt i multiply with the backing layer,
6) Click OK
7)You can now see the effect of this mask
8) If you want to intensify this just press "CNTL J" to duplcate and this will enhance the effect
9)Keep going until you go past the level of enhancement you want then go to the last layer you applied and then adjust the opacity to suit
Now you are done



You can see below with 1 pass of a multiply it just fills in those mids nicely

with a bit of tweaking its just a nice step to add to bring in a bit more pressence
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