Phlearn http://phlearn.com Photoshop Tutorials & Photography Mon, 03 Aug 2015 18:46:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 How to Remove a Tattoo in Photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-remove-a-tattoo-in-photoshop-2 http://phlearn.com/how-to-remove-a-tattoo-in-photoshop-2#comments Mon, 27 Jul 2015 16:21:41 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=143990 The post How to Remove a Tattoo in Photoshop appeared first on Phlearn.

“Do you think we got any bloopers..?” I don’t know, you tell us! And learn how to remove a tattoo in Photoshop while you’re at it. Section 1: Basic Removal For this first step, we use the Spot Healing Brush Tool. Be sure that this tool is set to the Normal Mode, and that the

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“Do you think we got any bloopers..?” I don’t know, you tell us! And learn how to remove a tattoo in Photoshop while you’re at it.

Section 1: Basic Removal

For this first step, we use the Spot Healing Brush Tool. Be sure that this tool is set to the Normal Mode, and that the Type is set to Content Aware. Sample All Layers should also be checked.

On a new layer, paint right over top of the tattoo. It’s that simple! This works best if you do small sections at a time, making sure to include part of the original skin texture in your section. Sometimes the tool will pull areas from other parts of the photo that do NOT belong on skin! If this happens, don’t worry at all. All you have to do is paint right over it again.

After spending some time with this tool the skin will look blotchy and uneven. As explained in the episode, you might get the “toaster oven” effect. But, as long as the ink is gone, you are ready to move on to the second step!

Section 2: Painting the Skin

Retouchers are also painters! It’s time to bring out those paint brushes.

In this very important step, we will be sampling the skin and painting over the blotchiness that is left over from step one.

Select the brush tool and use a soft round brush. The size of the brush will depend on the area of the skin that you are working on, and also will take a little bit of trial and error.

To paint, sample a color of the natural skin by holding alt/opt and clicking on it. Then, your brush will pick up that color and you can paint over the uneven skin. This will take some practice so that the body doesn’t look completely flat! Just remember that highlights, shadows, and midtowns should all be paid attention to and treated differently. Look for the shadows and how they fall onto the skin – sometimes it is just a small detail but it can make all of the difference. For this example, we bring each tone all the way up the arm and into the shoulder.

 Remember that this is a gradual and gentle process. Set the Flow of your brush to be very low – somewhere between 5 and 20 percent is a good place to start. With a low flow, you are able to slowly build up the color of the skin. This helps to make it look more natural.

Section 3: Adding Skin Texture

After painting over the skin, it will look much too smooth and artificial. Step 3 is adding skin texture back into the image so that it looks completely normal.

Start by making a new layer and selecting the area around the body part you have been working on. Then, go to Edit – Fill – 50% Gray. Change the Blend Mode from Normal to Overlay. This is the base layer for the texture.

Now, go to Filter – Noise – Add Noise. Change the settings depending on what looks best for your image. We choose to select Uniform.

To add to the look of the texture, go to Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur. We add just a touch of blur (about 1 pixel).

Now, go to Filter – Stylize – Emboss. This is where the texture will really turn from just looking like noise to looking like skin! Go for an amount that makes it look as natural as possible.

Lastly, create a black layer mask on your current layer. Then, use the brush tool to paint with white where you’d like the skin texture to show up. You can use a low flow or opacity to build it up gently if you’d like.

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Weekend Inspiration CLVI http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-clvi http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-clvi#comments Sat, 25 Jul 2015 23:34:21 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=144425 The post Weekend Inspiration CLVI appeared first on Phlearn.

Happy Saturday Everyone and Welcome to our 156th Edition of Weekend Inspiration! Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend! So where do all these photos come from exactly?! Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as Flickr, 500PX, Behance

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Happy Saturday Everyone and Welcome to our 156th Edition of Weekend Inspiration!

Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend!

So where do all these photos come from exactly?! Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as Flickr, 500PX, Behance and also from photographer’s personal Websites. These photos come from both amateur and professional photographers alike, and there’s always an image or two in here from the Phamily.

So what are you waiting for?! We added more than usual this week since we missed you, so have a look at these 30 inspiring photos, and feel free to tell us your favourites!

Get inspired!! :)

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* Some content in this post may be considered NSFW

 

NYLON We Exist by Jvdas Berra

NYLON We Exist by Jvdas Berra

Odd Pears by Branden Collins

Odd Pears by Branden Collins

Strong Darling by Hossam Atef

Strong Darling by Hossam Atef

Otherworldly Blues by Joni Niemelä

Otherworldly Blues by Joni Niemelä

Life on Mars by Sonia Szóstak

Life on Mars by Sonia Szóstak

BIKE SHED 2015 LONDON, TABACO DOCKS

2015 BIKE SHED by ivo ivanov

aspiration wall by Rachel Baran

aspiration wall by Rachel Baran

By Marc Olivier Le Blanc

By Marc Olivier Le Blanc

expression - blindspot by Peechaya Burroughs

expression – blindspot by Peechaya Burroughs

Shapes and Illusions - Newton's Cradle by Alexander Khokhlov and Veronica Ershova

Shapes and Illusions – Newton’s Cradle by Alexander Khokhlov and Veronica Ershova

untitled by ClaraNebeling

untitled by ClaraNebeling

Umbrellas by Milica V

Umbrellas by Milica V

David Skykes Knitted Lunch by Vue Represents and David Sykes

David Skykes Knitted Lunch by Vue Represents and David Sykes

e-ISBN by Jan Kriwol

e-ISBN by Jan Kriwol

Tale of the Flower Girl Harrods Magazine by Lucia Giacani

Tale of the Flower Girl Harrods Magazine by Lucia Giacani

Let's Fall by Oliver Astrologo

Let’s Fall by Oliver Astrologo

What is least is more by burnster7777

What is least is more by burnster7777

urban fishing by Larry Selman

urban fishing by Larry Selman

RED - the end of all things by Michael Färber

RED – the end of all things by Michael Färber

Rings by Ventura Alvarez

Rings by Ventura Alvarez

Finally some peace with Watermelon by Bhaskar Dutta

Finally some peace with Watermelon by Bhaskar Dutta

untitled by atomareaufruestung

untitled by atomareaufruestung

PHONE WALL by Shiyang he

PHONE WALL by Shiyang he

Metropolitain by Jeroen van Wijngaarden

Metropolitain by Jeroen van Wijngaarden

Soundscapes by Erik Johansson

Soundscapes by Erik Johansson

Colors of Ramadan by Amr Elshamy

Colors of Ramadan by Amr Elshamy

Come back when you can by CY2010

Come back when you can by CY2010

Fiat 500 by w@@t

Fiat 500 by w@@t

Voyage Part II by Elizaveta Porodina

Voyage Part II by Elizaveta Porodina

Thanks for checking out our 156th Edition of Weekend Inspiration, we hope you liked it!

If you have any suggestions of work of your own or others to feature in upcoming editions of weekend inspiration, please e-mail Angela at angela@phlearn.com. When e-mailing please provide links to the work from your Website, Flickr, 500px, Facebook, or Behance Page.

We have some themes coming up, so submit submit submit!
• WHITE Weekend Inspiration – TBA
•  ANXIETY Weekend Inspiration – TBA
•  FOOD Weekend Inspiration – TBA
• WATER Weekend Inspiration – TBA

 Send in your suggestions for possible upcoming themes to angela@phlearn.com, I’d really appreciate it! 

Make sure to become part of the Phlearn Family on Facebook, conversate with us on Twitter, and #hashtag your Phlearn inspirations on Instagram. We want to know what the Phlearn community social chatter is about, and who is sharing it. You all keep us motivated to do our best.

Have a great weekend everybody!! Stay inspired and stay safe! :)

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http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-clvi/feed 0 NYLON We Exist by Jvdas Berra NYLON We Exist by Jvdas Berra Odd Pears by Branden Collins Odd Pears by Branden Collins Strong Darling by Hossam Atef Strong Darling by Hossam Atef Otherworldly Blues by Joni Niemelä Otherworldly Blues by Joni Niemelä Life on Mars by Sonia Szóstak Life on Mars by Sonia Szóstak by Rahel Krabichler by Rahel Krabichler BIKE SHED 2015 LONDON, TABACO DOCKS BIKE SHED 2015 LONDON, TABACO DOCKS aspiration wall by Rachel Baran aspiration wall by Rachel Baran By Marc Olivier Le Blanc By Marc Olivier Le Blanc expression – blindspot by Peechaya Burroughs expression - blindspot by Peechaya Burroughs Shapes and Illusions – Newton’s Cradle by Alexander Khokhlov and Veronica Ershova Shapes and Illusions - Newton's Cradle by Alexander Khokhlov and Veronica Ershova untitled by ClaraNebeling untitled by ClaraNebeling Umbrellas by Milica V Umbrellas by Milica V David Skykes Knitted Lunch by Vue Represents and David Sykes David Skykes Knitted Lunch by Vue Represents and David Sykes e-ISBN by Jan Kriwol e-ISBN by Jan Kriwol Tale of the Flower Girl Harrods Magazine by Lucia Giacani Tale of the Flower Girl Harrods Magazine by Lucia Giacani Let’s Fall by Oliver Astrologo Let's Fall by Oliver Astrologo What is least is more by burnster7777 What is least is more by burnster7777 urban fishing by Larry Selman urban fishing by Larry Selman ` RED - the end of all things by Michael Färber Rings by Ventura Alvarez Rings by Ventura Alvarez Finally some peace with Watermelon by Bhaskar Dutta Finally some peace with Watermelon by Bhaskar Dutta untitled by atomareaufruestung untitled by atomareaufruestung new-finalFA0504 PHONE WALL by Shiyang he Metropolitain by Jeroen van Wijngaarden Metropolitain by Jeroen van Wijngaarden Soundscapes by Erik Johansson Soundscapes by Erik Johansson Colors of Ramadan by Amr Elshamy Colors of Ramadan by Amr Elshamy Come back when you can by CY2010 Come back when you can by CY2010 Screen Shot 2015-07-25 at 4.40.30 PM Fiat 500 by w@@t Voyage Part II by Elizaveta Porodina Voyage Part II by Elizaveta Porodina
How to Add Metadata to Photos in Lightroom http://phlearn.com/how-to-add-metadata-to-photos-in-lightroom http://phlearn.com/how-to-add-metadata-to-photos-in-lightroom#comments Thu, 23 Jul 2015 16:13:19 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=143581 The post How to Add Metadata to Photos in Lightroom appeared first on Phlearn.

Alright photographers, it’s time to talk about using protection…copyright protection that is! Learn how to add metadata to photos in Lightroom! Section 1: What is Metadata? Metadata is information that is stored inside of an image file. It’s not visible when looking at a photo, but it includes information about when and how that photo was

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Alright photographers, it’s time to talk about using protection…copyright protection that is! Learn how to add metadata to photos in Lightroom!

Section 1: What is Metadata?

Metadata is information that is stored inside of an image file. It’s not visible when looking at a photo, but it includes information about when and how that photo was taken. You can ADD metadata to images to protect them with copyright information. If anyone downloads your image from online, your name will be forever stuck inside of that image. HA!

To see an example of what this looks like, right click on a photo and select “Get Info.” You can open up the “More Info” tab and see things like the aperture and shutter speed that the photo was taken at!

Metadata can be stored in multiple file formats: JPEG, RAW, DNG, TIFF, and PS files all include metadata.

Section 2: How to Add Metadata

First we add copyright information by going to the Metadata tab and selecting Preset – Edit Presets. Under the IPTC copyright section, include:

  • Copyright – Copyright symbol, Your name, All Rights Reserved
  • Copyright Status – Copyrighted
  • Rights Usage Terms - All Rights Reserved, No Reproduction Without Prior Permission
  • Copyright Info URL – Your website

Now, you can add the creator information. Under IPTC Creator, include (at the very least):

  • Creator – Your name
  • Creator City – Your city
  • Creator Email - Your email
  • Creator Website – Your website

Lastly, enter this information into the IPTC Status Section:

  • Credit Line – Your name, Your Company
  • Source – Your name

That’s it! Remember, these are the bare minimums in terms of information. It’s always better to have too much than not enough.

Section 3: Creating & Syncing Presets

To save all of this information that you just typed in (because who wants to do that over and over), go up to the top of your Edit Metadata Presets window and select “Save Current Settings as New Preset.” You can just name the Preset as your own name, or however you will remember it.

To apply that to all of you photos, select one and then change the Preset Drop Down to the one you just made! Then, Press “Sync Metadata” and it will apply it to every one of your images.

Section 4: Syncing During Import

Click on “Import” at the bottom left of Lightroom. Then select the desired images. Now, select your new preset by opening the “Apply During Import” tab and selecting it from the Metadata drop down menu.

You can also create a preset for this process (for the extra lazy ones). At the bottom of the screen there will be an Import Preset box; select “Save Current Settings as new Preset…” from the drop down menu. Now, you can name that preset and use it in the future!

Section 5: Keywords and Cataloging

Keywords are another type of metadata! These can be added in Lightroom so that it is easier to search for a specific kind of image. It’s great for efficient organization! Under the Keywording tab, you can type in any words you associate with your images. To apply those keywords to ALL of your photos, Shift + Click on all of the images. Then, You can click on the individual words in the “Keyword Set” Box. This will apply those words to all of your images.

Section 6: Checking Online

So, you’ve entered in all of this data but how do you know that it’s really there? Well, if you’d like to check beyond Lightroom or Finder, we have found just the thing for you.

Open a web browser and go to “Metapicz.com.” You can upload your files directly to this site and it will display all of the metadata held within that image!

 

Have fun and use protection!!

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How to Style Hair in Photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-style-hair-in-photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-style-hair-in-photoshop#comments Fri, 17 Jul 2015 19:28:48 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=141497 The post How to Style Hair in Photoshop appeared first on Phlearn.

From flyaways to frizzies, hair seems to never do exactly what we want it to. Learn how to shape and style hair in Photoshop in today’s episode! Section 1: Shaping the Hair The liquify tool will allow you to push and pull pixels. This is really great, but you never want to do this directly on

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From flyaways to frizzies, hair seems to never do exactly what we want it to. Learn how to shape and style hair in Photoshop in today’s episode!

Section 1: Shaping the Hair

The liquify tool will allow you to push and pull pixels. This is really great, but you never want to do this directly on the background layer. So, duplicate the background layer and work from that one. Then go to Filter – Liquify to bring up the Liquify dialogue.

The only tool you really need to use for shaping hair with Liquify is the Forward Warp Tool. It’s found in the upper left corner. You will notice there are many options for size, pressure, density, etc. (if you aren’t seeing those options, click on Advanced). For hair, we use a density and pressure of about 25. The size you should use varies greatly from photo to photo; you don’t want it to be too small and make a harsh warp trail, but you also don’t want it too large because it will move much more than you’d like. Play around with what size works best for the hair in your photo. Ctrl/Cmd + Z is your friend here!

We use this forward warp tool to push the hair down into a more orderly style. It makes the look a little more cohesive and “put together” looking.

As you can see, the liquify tool does the majority of the work!

Section 2: Clean Up

Next up is clean up! First, create a new layer. we have some residual hair floating above the model’s head, so we use the clone stamp tool to get rid of that. This works for flyaways as well! The hardness of our brush is around 85% so that it’s not too fuzzy.

To clean up the little light hairs that cross over dark hair and look distracting, create a new layer and use the clone stamp tool. The difference here is: change the Blending Mode from Normal to Darken. This magic technique gets rid of those light areas as soon as you paint over them! This can be tedious, but you can spend as much or as little time on this as you want.

Section 3: Fill in Blank Areas

Create a new layer and use the clone stamp tool to paint in another copy of just the hair. Then, bring in that new hair over on top of the actual hair. Then, add a layer mask and paint with white in the area that you want to fill in.

By default, layers and layer masks are linked together. But, you can unlink the two and move each one separately. To do this click on the little chainlink that appears between the layer and the mask. Then, select just the layer and you will see how easy it is to move just the new hair around!! You can even use the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd + T) to rotate or adjust the hair inside of that blank area.

One more technique for styling the hair is creating more copies of the hair and using different blend modes (Darken, screen, etc).

Enjoy these styling tools, Phlearners!

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How to Create Collage Templates in Photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-create-collage-templates-in-photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-create-collage-templates-in-photoshop#comments Tue, 14 Jul 2015 20:51:22 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=140482 The post How to Create Collage Templates in Photoshop appeared first on Phlearn.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/PhlearnUploads/Random+Uploads/Phlearn+Collage+Samples.zip Learn How to Create Collage Templates in Photoshop in this episode! This is a priceless technique for anyone with a blog, website, or someone just wanted to combine a few images together into one. Section 1: Prepping the Images Start with a blank document and load your images into Photoshop. We choose to go to

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Learn How to Create Collage Templates in Photoshop in this episode! This is a priceless technique for anyone with a blog, website, or someone just wanted to combine a few images together into one.

Section 1: Prepping the Images

Start with a blank document and load your images into Photoshop. We choose to go to File – Scripts – Load Files into Stack. This pulls all of the photos in at once. Then, group the images together (Ctrl/Cmd + G).

Section 2: Utilizing Groups & Layer Masks

Pull the first image that you want to work with out of the Group you just created. Then – this will sound odd – group it with itself (click on the layer and press Ctrl/Cmd + G). Next put a layer mask on that group.

This process alone is what allows us to create the sections separately, and you will see later how convenient it makes everything!

Next, fill that group layer mask with black (making the image invisible). Grab the marquee tool and create a rectangular section anywhere you’d like.Now select the layer mask and fill it with white (Shift + Delete). You will see the image show up only where that marquee selection was made. You can scale the image however you’d like, and it will stay right inside of that selection! Woohoo.

Section 3: Defining Precise Sections

If you’d like an image to be split directly in half, you can create a new Color Fill Layer and hold Ctrl/Cmd + T. Then move the center point over to one side, and change the width or height to be 50%. This will split that color layer right in half! This is a quick and easy way to get proper measurements.

If you’d like an image to only be visible in that Color Fill Layer, group it with itself just as we did before. Then, Ctrl/Cmd + Click on that Color Layer. That will create a layer mask right where you need it.

Section 4: Playing with Section Shapes

Keep in mind that you can make these shapes to be whatever you want! For our last example, we use the same technique but use the Polygonal Lasso Tool to make slanted diagonal shapes. This can create some fresh and fun looks for a website or blog.

Have fun with this! Combining multiple photos together into one image can have a really lovely effect!

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How to Add and Remove Fog in Photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-add-and-remove-fog-in-photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-add-and-remove-fog-in-photoshop#comments Fri, 10 Jul 2015 19:34:04 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=139074 The post How to Add and Remove Fog in Photoshop appeared first on Phlearn.

Learn How to Add and Remove Fog in Photoshop in today’s episode! This super quick and easy tutorial will turn you into a fog wizard. Guaranteed. Removing Fog/Haze This part of the episode occurs in Lightroom. The feature we use is called “Dehaze” and is a brand new addition for Lightroom CC 2015. Be sure to update your

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Learn How to Add and Remove Fog in Photoshop in today’s episode! This super quick and easy tutorial will turn you into a fog wizard. Guaranteed.

Removing Fog/Haze

This part of the episode occurs in Lightroom. The feature we use is called “Dehaze” and is a brand new addition for Lightroom CC 2015. Be sure to update your program if you aren’t seeing it.

Go to the Develop Module and scroll down to Effects. When you click on that section, you will see a Dehaze slider. Sliding this to the left will add more haze, and sliding it to the right will remove the haze. It’s that simple! It really is amazing how quick and easy this process is!

Also, be aware that this tends to add some odd saturation or color to the image, since so much correction happens when you remove haze. To fix this, you will most likely need to play with the colors and saturation a little bit. In this case, we chose to decrease the saturation to make the colors look more realistic. We also warmed the temperature up quite a bit because it was much too blue after the dehazing.

Adding Fog/Haze

This second section of the episode occurs in Photoshop. To complete the technique, create a new layer and fill it with 50% gray (Shift + Delete and fill with gray). Then, go to Filter – Render – Difference Clouds. You will get a funky looking black and white layer that fills your image. Here is where Blend Modes come in handy!

The Screen Blend Mode makes all of the darks in an image disappear. If you are a Phlearn follower, you should have this down by now! :) So, change the Blend Mode to Screen and you will see the blacks magically disappear.

The clouds that you see left will be just the whites. You can now transform these to be as big or small as you’d like, and use layer masks to paint in specific areas.

 

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How to Add Special Effects in Photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-add-special-effects-in-photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-add-special-effects-in-photoshop#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 22:03:37 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=138058 The post How to Add Special Effects in Photoshop appeared first on Phlearn.

Adding Special Effects to images can actually be incredibly simple! All it takes is a little practice with blend modes, adjustment layers, and layer masks. Learn How to Add Special Effects in Photoshop in today’s episode! Click Here to Download Practice Images To create an awesome final product, we use multiple images from a recent photoshoot.

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Adding Special Effects to images can actually be incredibly simple! All it takes is a little practice with blend modes, adjustment layers, and layer masks. Learn How to Add Special Effects in Photoshop in today’s episode!

Click Here to Download Practice Images

To create an awesome final product, we use multiple images from a recent photoshoot. They are available for download in the link above!

The base image comes directly from the photoshoot; we used sparklers to light paint around the model. From there, we can add elements from other photos to enhance the overall effect. Don’t be afraid to keep outtake images, because bits and pieces can often be taken from them and prove quite useful.

Layering using Blend Modes

To start, load all of your files into Photoshop. A quick way to do this is by going to File – Scripts – Load Files into Stack. Then, you can Shift + Click on all of the files and then open them at once. Once your images are loaded, it is really just about playing around!

To eliminate the darks in a layer, change the Blend Mode to Screen. For the image we work on in this episode, the Screen mode is vital to get the look we want. It leaves just the glow of the sparklers as well as other exciting bright elements! We end up adding some blurs that came from outtakes with people moving, as well as small pops of light. You can think of it as making a collage in Photoshop!

You will most likely need to mask out unwanted areas even after the Screen Blend Mode has been selected. You can create a layer mask on the layer, and then paint over it with black (using the brush tool) to hide those unwanted spots.

Transform & Duplicate

Don’t be afraid to experiment with the size and position of your layers. Hold Ctrl/Cmd + T to do this. You can also duplicate any layer by holding Ctrl/Cmd + J, which can add exciting detail when you start to layer images on top of each other.

Levels Adjustment Layer

For an added wow factor, we bring in a galaxy image from Fotolia. It has some light blue haze that we don’t want in the final image, so to fix that we change the Blend Mode to Screen again and then create a Levels Adjustment layer. Hold Ctrl/Cmd + L to do so. Then, drag the black slider in towards the center of the Levels graph. This should eliminate those dark/midtones that were too distracting before. You can use a layer mask once again to include only certain areas.

As you can see, there’s not much to adding special effects! The keys are Blend Modes, Adjustment Layers, and Layer Masks. Remember to keep on experimenting by duplicating and transforming your layers! There is no limit to what you can create in Photoshop.

 

 

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Weekend Inspiration CLV http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-clv http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-clv#comments Sat, 04 Jul 2015 11:35:27 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=136460 The post Weekend Inspiration CLV appeared first on Phlearn.

Happy Saturday and July the 4th Everyone and Welcome to our 155th Edition of Weekend Inspiration! Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend! So where do all these photos come from exactly?! Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as

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Happy Saturday and July the 4th Everyone and Welcome to our 155th Edition of Weekend Inspiration!

Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend!

So where do all these photos come from exactly?! Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as Flickr, 500PX, Behance and also from photographer’s personal Websites. These photos come from both amateur and professional photographers alike, and there’s always an image or two in here from the Phamily.

So what are you waiting for?! Have a look at these 29 inspiring photos, and feel free to tell us your favourites! We added more than usual this week since we missed you last week ;)

Get inspired!! :)

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* Some content in this post may be considered NSFW

Honey, I Blew up the Babe by Victoria Siemer

Honey, I Blew up the Babe by Victoria Siemer

Cuba cigare a la Havane by Claude Gourlay

Cuba cigare a la Havane by Claude Gourlay

Stone Factory by Hossam Atef

Stone Factory by Hossam Atef

Mell #3 by Stéphane PIRONON

Mell #3 by Stéphane PIRONON

Hot Tropics for Complex by Julia Galdo and JUCO Photo

Hot Tropics for Complex by Julia Galdo and JUCO Photo

Wakeboarding or Flying by Henrik Lindberg

Wakeboarding or Flying by Henrik Lindberg

Hermant Building Shadows by Lori Whelan

Hermant Building Shadows by Lori Whelan

Iron Giant by Andre Souza

Iron Giant by Andre Souza

Auckland, New Zealand by rick0530

Auckland, New Zealand by rick0530

MUSICIANS by Mike Campau collaboration with Paul Mobley - David Gray

MUSICIANS by Mike Campau collaboration with Paul Mobley – David Gray

DARK BEAUTY MAGAZINE by Julia Starchenko

DARK BEAUTY MAGAZINE by Julia Starchenko

Hico Supercell || V3 (Explored) by Kelly Delay

Hico Supercell || V3 (Explored) by Kelly Delay

Bloodwork Sleeves by Mark Heaps

Bloodwork Sleeves by Mark Heaps

Roma Subway by Slawyer

Roma Subway by Slawyer

Etisalat Selfie by AO STUDIO

Etisalat Selfie by AO STUDIO

Die Flucht by Michael and the Birds

Die Flucht by Michael and the Birds

Leaving Home LOfficiel Ukraine by Lucia Giacani

Leaving Home LOfficiel Ukraine by Lucia Giacani

Smile to Life! by Giulio Magnifico

Smile to Life! by Giulio Magnifico

Powerful Imagination by Taylor James

Powerful Imagination by Taylor James

Dragon Boat - ?? by Nuuttipukki

Dragon Boat by Nuuttipukki

Stop the Violence | Chega de Violencia by Terremoto Propaganda

Stop the Violence | Chega de Violencia by Terremoto Propaganda

La Pinata by Andre Souza

La Pinata by Andre Souza

By Tim Conzachi Photography

By Tim Conzachi Photography

Playing with paper by Dan Comaniciu

Playing with paper by Dan Comaniciu

CO The Inside Light by Chris Hornbecker

CO The Inside Light by Chris Hornbecker

Drama Queen by Giedre Anuzyte and Aleksandra Kingo

Drama Queen by Giedre Anuzyte and Aleksandra Kingo

Bubbles by Alberto Seveso

Bubbles by Alberto Seveso

DownUnder by X-presion

DownUnder by X-presion

Summer Editorial Pool Party by Julia Galdo and JUCO Photo

Summer Editorial Pool Party by Julia Galdo and JUCO Photo

Thanks for checking out our 155th Edition of Weekend Inspiration, we hope you liked it!

If you have any suggestions of work of your own or others to feature in upcoming editions of weekend inspiration, please e-mail Angela at angela@phlearn.com. When e-mailing please provide links to the work from your Website, Flickr, 500px, Facebook, or Behance Page.

We have some themes coming up, so submit submit submit!
• WHITE Weekend Inspiration – TBA
•  Send in your suggestions for possible upcoming themes to angela@phlearn.com, I’d really appreciate it! 

Make sure to become part of the Phlearn Family on Facebook, conversate with us on Twitter, and #hashtag your Phlearn inspirations on Instagram. We want to know what the Phlearn community social chatter is about, and who is sharing it. You all keep us motivated to do our best.

Have a great weekend everybody!! Stay inspired and stay safe! :)

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How to Stretch Images Using Content Aware Scale http://phlearn.com/how-to-stretch-images-using-content-aware-scale http://phlearn.com/how-to-stretch-images-using-content-aware-scale#comments Tue, 30 Jun 2015 19:06:26 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=133825 The post How to Stretch Images Using Content Aware Scale appeared first on Phlearn.

Have you ever really needed to extend the background of your image, but not wanted to spend hours with the clone stamp tool? If so, today’s episode is for you! Learn How to Stretch Images Using Content Aware Scale! Preparation We start out with a square image that we would like to extend. It is a great example

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Have you ever really needed to extend the background of your image, but not wanted to spend hours with the clone stamp tool? If so, today’s episode is for you! Learn How to Stretch Images Using Content Aware Scale!

Preparation

We start out with a square image that we would like to extend. It is a great example because we want to stretch out the water and sky, but not the person standing in the center. If you have a highly detailed photo that you want to stretch, the content aware scale tool will not be the best option. If it’s simple open space, however, like a sky or the ground, it will most certainly help you out! You can do this both horizontally and vertically. 

Start by extending the canvas behind your image. You can do this by using the crop tool and just widening the background. Hold the edge and drag it to the left or right.

  • TIP: Hold Alt/Opt while doing this to extend out evenly from the center.

Duplicate the background layer by holding Cmd + J. To test out how incorrect the photo will look with the normal transform tool, you can press Cmd + T and stretch the image out to the new width. Yuck!! It will not look good at all. This is where Content Aware Scale comes in!

Content Aware Scale

Go to Edit – Content Aware Scale. Now, you can drag the edges of the images outwards and the most important information will stay intact (human figure and the pier) while the more simple information (sky and water) will be extended to hit the new borders. It creates a much more natural look than the previous example!

Protect Your Important Information!

You might notice that when you used the Content Aware Scale tool, there were parts of your image that were warped or slanted a bit. To truly make sure the items you don’t want to stretch stay protected, it will just take a few extra steps.

  1. Make a selection of the object you would like to “protect.” In this case, it is the man and the pier.
  2. Load this selection as a Channel. To do this go to the Channels tab, and create a new channel. Your objects should still be selected!
  3. You will see a completely black screen with marching ants around your objects. Hold Shift + Delete and select Use – White. Now, your objects will be white on a black background.
  4. Go back to your regular layers tab. Go to Edit – Content Aware Scale, and select your Alpha 1 channel under the Protect drop down menu.
  5. Scale the image just as you did before! The objects you chose to “protect” should not move, and you will have a more successful final image.

As you can see in our example, the before and after images are only different in their cropped size. The goal is to have the end image look completely natural, and not give away the secret that you’ve stretched it out!

  • TIP: Sometimes you just can’t scale as much as you’d like. A helpful hint is to scale it halfway, stop, and then start over and scale it the rest of the way.

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SUMMER Weekend Inspiration CLIV http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-cliv http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-cliv#comments Mon, 22 Jun 2015 04:47:30 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=131065 The post SUMMER Weekend Inspiration CLIV appeared first on Phlearn.

Happy Sunday Everyone and Welcome to our 154th SUMMER Themed Edition of Weekend Inspiration! This week’s edition was pushed to Sunday to celebrate the first day of Summer (June 21 2015), and just so happened to land on Father’s Day as well. Myself and Phlearn hope that every father and father-to-be out there had an amazing day,

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Happy Sunday Everyone and Welcome to our 154th SUMMER Themed Edition of Weekend Inspiration!

This week’s edition was pushed to Sunday to celebrate the first day of Summer (June 21 2015), and just so happened to land on Father’s Day as well. Myself and Phlearn hope that every father and father-to-be out there had an amazing day, and we hope that EVERYONE had a great first day of Summer. ?

Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend!

So where do all these photos come from exactly?! Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as Flickr, 500PX, Behance and also from photographer’s personal Websites. These photos come from both amateur and professional photographers alike, and there’s always an image or two in here from the Phamily.

So what are you waiting for?! Have a look at these 25 inspiring photos, and feel free to tell us your favourites! Get inspired!! :)

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* Some content in this post may be considered NSFW

VENICE DIARY by Franz Steiner

VENICE DIARY by Franz Steiner

Food Photography Volume 1 by Fiala & Sebek

Food Photography Volume 1 by Fiala & Sebek

Anacapri Summer Surreal by Rodrigo Maltchique

Anacapri Summer Surreal by Rodrigo Maltchique

8th ICA--Honorable Mention in Children of the World | Fantasy Drifting by Aikawa Ke

8th ICA–Honorable Mention in Children of the World | Fantasy Drifting by Aikawa Ke

Paula Taylor Swimwear by Mikeila Borgia

Paula Taylor Swimwear by Mikeila Borgia

About to catch a wave #fromwhereidrone by Dirk Dallas

About to catch a wave #fromwhereidrone by Dirk Dallas

khao sok np. thailand. by immiandgreg

khao sok np. thailand. by immiandgreg

Snap Sights by Daniel Cane

Snap Sights by Daniel Cane

Animals Reconquer the World by Niklas Axelsson

Animals Reconquer the World by Niklas Axelsson

BORN2DRIVE Porsche 997 GT3 CUP, France  by Philipp Rupprecht

BORN2DRIVE Porsche 997 GT3 CUP, France by Philipp Rupprecht

Summer Rain Summer Bliss by Nikita Gill

Summer Rain Summer Bliss by Nikita Gill

Untitled by Danique van Kesteren

Untitled by Danique van Kesteren

by Lukasz Wierzbowski

by Lukasz Wierzbowski

Catch by Glenn Pfab Photo

Catch by Glenn Pfab Photo

Fiat - Selfie by Lightfarm Studios

Fiat – Selfie by Lightfarm Studios

Untitled by Laser Cube

Untitled by Laser Cube

Tiny, Gorgeous Beach by AntyDiluvian

Tiny, Gorgeous Beach by AntyDiluvian

20140718_0343 by Old Boy

20140718_0343 by Old Boy

Ready for the Hunting by Mostafa El Noby

Ready for the Hunting by Mostafa El Noby

Sonnenblumen by konradku

Sonnenblumen by konradku

Tedd by Hossam Atef

Tedd by Hossam Atef

Zombiestudio for VW Delivery Truks by Zombie Studio

Zombiestudio for VW Delivery Truks by Zombie Studio

O so quiet.. by Berta

O so quiet.. by Berta

Lake in Mountains by Oleh Slobodeniuk

Lake in Mountains by Oleh Slobodeniuk

Sand in my Shoes, Dancing in the sand, France 2014 by Julien Talbot

Sand in my Shoes, Dancing in the sand, France 2014 by Julien Talbot

Thanks for checking out our 154th SUMMER Themed Edition of Weekend Inspiration, we hope you liked it!

If you have any suggestions of work of your own or others to feature in upcoming editions of weekend inspiration, please e-mail Angela at angela@phlearn.com. When e-mailing please provide links to the work from your Website, Flickr, 500px, Facebook, or Behance Page.

We have some themes coming up, so submit submit submit!
• WHITE Weekend Inspiration – TBA
•  Send in your suggestions for possible upcoming themes to angela@phlearn.com, I’d really appreciate it! 

Make sure to become part of the Phlearn Family on Facebook, conversate with us on Twitter, and #hashtag your Phlearn inspirations on Instagram. We want to know what the Phlearn community social chatter is about, and who is sharing it. You all keep us motivated to do our best.

Have a great weekend everybody!! Stay inspired and stay safe! :)

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http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-cliv/feed 3 VENICE DIARY by Franz Steiner VENICE DIARY by Franz Steiner Food Photography Volume 1 by Fiala & Sebek Food Photography Volume 1 by Fiala & Sebek Anacapri Summer Surreal by Rodrigo Maltchique Anacapri Summer Surreal by Rodrigo Maltchique 8th ICA–Honorable Mention in Children of the World – Fantasy Drifting by Aikawa Ke 8th ICA--Honorable Mention in Children of the World | Fantasy Drifting by Aikawa Ke Paula Taylor Swimwear by Mikeila Borgia Paula Taylor Swimwear by Mikeila Borgia About to catch a wave fromwhereidrone by Dirk Dallas About to catch a wave fromwhereidrone by Dirk Dallas khao sok np. thailand. by immiandgreg khao sok np. thailand. by immiandgreg Snap Sights by Daniel Cane Snap Sights by Daniel Cane Animals Reconquer the World by Niklas Axelsson Animals Reconquer the World by Niklas Axelsson BORN2DRIVE Porsche 997 GT3 CUP, France by Philipp Rupprecht BORN2DRIVE Porsche 997 GT3 CUP, France by Philipp Rupprecht Summer Rain Summer Bliss by Nikita Gill Summer Rain Summer Bliss by Nikita Gill Untitled by Danique van Kesteren Untitled by Danique van Kesteren by Lukasz Wierzbowski by Lukasz Wierzbowski Catch by Glenn Pfab Photo Catch by Glenn Pfab Photo Fiat – Selfie by Lightfarm Studios Fiat - Selfie by Lightfarm Studios Untitled by Laser Cube Untitled by Laser Cube Tiny, Gorgeous Beach by AntyDiluvian Tiny, Gorgeous Beach by AntyDiluvian 20140718_0343 by Old Boy 20140718_0343 by Old Boy Ready for the Hunting Ready for the Hunting by Mostafa El Noby Sonnenblumen by konradku Sonnenblumen by konradku Tedd by Hossam Atef Tedd by Hossam Atef Zombiestudio for VW Delivery Truks by Zombie Studio Zombiestudio for VW Delivery Truks by Zombie Studio O so quiet.. by Berta O so quiet.. by Berta Lake in Mountains by Oleh Slobodeniuk Lake in Mountains by Oleh Slobodeniuk Sand in my Shoes, Dancing in the sand, France 2014 by Julien Talbot Sand in my Shoes, Dancing in the sand, France 2014 by Julien Talbot
How to Create Perfect Selections Using Channels in Photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-create-perfect-selections-using-channels-in-photoshop http://phlearn.com/how-to-create-perfect-selections-using-channels-in-photoshop#comments Wed, 17 Jun 2015 17:16:53 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=128061 The post How to Create Perfect Selections Using Channels in Photoshop appeared first on Phlearn.

How to Create Perfect Selections Using Channels in Photoshop Channels are a great way to make extremely accurate selections! Prepare to make magic happen- even with highly detailed line drawings! Although there are many different techniques that could yield similar results, Channels can provide the most accurate selections of all. Section 1: Making Selections To begin,

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How to Create Perfect Selections Using Channels in Photoshop

Channels are a great way to make extremely accurate selections! Prepare to make magic happen- even with highly detailed line drawings!

Although there are many different techniques that could yield similar results, Channels can provide the most accurate selections of all.

Section 1: Making Selections

To begin, click over to the Channels tab (if it is not showing up, go to Window – Channels).

Since our image is black and white, we can use any of the Channels to get the selection we want (we use the Blue Channel for this particular example). However, this will change if your image is in color. Click on each Channel to see which selects the most of what you need, and then duplicate it by either Holding Cmd + J or dragging the Channel down to the new layer icon.

Hold Ctrl/Cmd and click on the duplicate layer to create the selection. This selects the lightest areas, so if you need the dark areas selected simply go to Select – Inverse.

Section 2: Adding Color to Selection

With the selection active, create a new Solid Color Adjustment layer. This will automatically make a layer mask and fill the selection with whatever color you choose! That is why you can capture incredible detail with this method; it fills everything in seamlessly.

Section 3: Design Details

To begin really turning this into a piece of art, we crop the image into a square to give it some visual breathing room.

Then, we start to play with color! We create another Solid Color Adjustment layer and place it underneath the illustration layer to act as the background.

At this point, you should discover why this technique is so efficient: you can change the color of those color fill layers as much as you’d like!

You can also have lots of fun playing with the styling of the image. We duplicate the layer of the wolf and move it up a bit, which gives a sort of screenprint effect. We then add a blue Color Fill layer on top of the already present orange layer. Then, we add a Gradient from black to transparent which acts as a mask for part of the color. The result is a beautiful fade from one color to another! And, as you already know, you can always go back in and adjust those colors. In this case we decide to stick with a cool palette, and use blue and green.

For a final artistic touch, we create a white Color Fill copy of the wolf and scale it up (Cmd + T) as another layer of the background. You are able to see through it, but we lower the opacity even more so that the effect is nice and subtle.

We end up with a beautiful graphic image by simply playing with Channels and colors!!

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Weekend Inspiration CLIII http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-cliii http://phlearn.com/weekend-inspiration-cliii#comments Fri, 12 Jun 2015 23:08:15 +0000 http://phlearn.com/?p=126379 The post Weekend Inspiration CLIII appeared first on Phlearn.

Happy Friday Everyone and Welcome to our 153rd Edition of Weekend Inspiration! Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend! So where do all these photos come from exactly?! Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as Flickr, 500PX, Behance and

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Happy Friday Everyone and Welcome to our 153rd Edition of Weekend Inspiration!

Every week we gather 25 (or 26..) photos from all around the Web to give a kick-start to YOUR weekend!

So where do all these photos come from exactly?! Well, they are gathered from popular photo sharing Websites such as Flickr, 500PX, Behance and also from photographer’s personal Websites. These photos come from both amateur and professional photographers alike, and there’s always an image or two in here from the Phamily.

So what are you waiting for?! Have a look at these 26 inspiring photos, and feel free to tell us your favourites! Get inspired!! :)

*View end of post for information on how to get YOUR content featured in an edition of weekend inspiration
* Some content in this post may be considered NSFW

Paradise by Klaus Leidorf

Paradise by Klaus Leidorf

By Emily Blincoe

By Emily Blincoe

OFFF Unmasked- Demiurges by Serial Cut

OFFF Unmasked- Demiurges by Serial Cut

Portefolio Part two by Benoit Paillé

Portefolio Part two by Benoit Paillé

Whole Foods Market by Mier Lee

Whole Foods Market by Mier Lee

THE GREAT STORY by Marta Bevacqua

THE GREAT STORY by Marta Bevacqua

from A to B (fear of B) MMXV SS Sack Packs Series by PAGE THREE HUNDRED

from A to B (fear of B) MMXV SS Sack Packs Series by PAGE THREE HUNDRED

Miseducated by Kristjan Järv

Miseducated by Kristjan Järv

The Ash by Ars Thanea, Peter Jaworowski, Lukasz Wiktorzak, Marcin Kowalski, Piotr Fraczkowski, Szymon Swietochowski and Michal Lisowski

The Ash by Ars Thanea, Peter Jaworowski, Lukasz Wiktorzak, Marcin Kowalski, Piotr Fraczkowski, Szymon Swietochowski and Michal Lisowski

Some birthdays are harder than others (Hannah) by Macie Moon

Some birthdays are harder than others (Hannah) by Macie Moon

Love Birds by Matt Bigwood

Love Birds by Matt Bigwood

Hillside Tree by Chris Frank

Hillside Tree by Chris Frank

Spilled milk, still life with twisted splashes by Dina Belenko

Spilled milk, still life with twisted splashes by Dina Belenko

Untitled by Laurencja Zurek

Untitled by Laurencja Zurek

Shadows on MaRS by Lori Whelan

Shadows on MaRS by Lori Whelan

One of Lurzers 200 Best Digital Artists 2014-2015 by Macri Studio and ionut macri

One of Lurzers 200 Best Digital Artists 2014-2015 by Macri Studio and ionut macri

Over/Under, 'Smiling Assassin" - American Crocodile, Jardines de la Reina Cuba by Matty Smith

Over/Under, ‘Smiling Assassin” – American Crocodile, Jardines de la Reina Cuba by Matty Smith

Small Flying Things by Patrik Spiesecke

Small Flying Things by Patrik Spiesecke

Freehand, 'Technology' by Florian Lévy

Freehand, ‘Technology’ by Florian Lévy

in love forever by Peter Fey

in love forever by Peter Fey

Craft Stories South Africa by Roman Jehanno

Craft Stories South Africa by Roman Jehanno

Diamond Nights, 'Fornax' by Beth Moon

Diamond Nights, ‘Fornax’ by Beth Moon

Crossfit 154 Open Workout by Corey Jenkins

Crossfit 154 Open Workout by Corey Jenkins

Early in the morning for ANORMALMAG by Cristian Ingrosso

Early in the morning for ANORMALMAG by Cristian Ingrosso

Lines by Thomas Bjørnstad

Lines by Thomas Bjørnstad

London by Rebecca Dale

London by Rebecca Dale

Thanks for checking out our 153rd Edition of Weekend Inspiration, we hope you liked it!

If you have any suggestions of work of your own or others to feature in upcoming editions of weekend inspiration, please e-mail Angela at angela@phlearn.com. When e-mailing please provide links to the work from your Website, Flickr, 500px, Facebook, or Behance Page.

We have some themes coming up, so submit submit submit!
• SUMMER Weekend Inspiration – June 19
• WHITE Weekend Inspiration – TBA

Make sure to become part of the Phlearn Family on Facebook, conversate with us on Twitter, and #hashtag your Phlearn inspirations on Instagram. We want to know what the Phlearn community social chatter is about, and who is sharing it. You all keep us motivated to do our best.

Have a great weekend everybody!! Stay inspired and stay safe! :)

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