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made in: ps cs4.
not translatable, sorry. :[
difficulty: easy/medium.
my first tut, hope you like it :]
all comments here please.

other examples:
 

thanks to </a></b></a>rhye for making absolutely lovely bases. mucho gracias.
step 1: choose your image, or save mine and follow along.
step 2: duplicate your base layer, set it to screen, and adjust the opacity depending on how dark it is. i set mine to 50%.
step 3: new curves layer -
red = output 86, input 49, & output 192, input 183.
green = output 72, input 66.
blue = output 137, input 104 & output 188, input 192.
step 4: new selective color layer*-
reds = -100, -5, +21, +4
yellows = -39, 0, -58, +25
whites = -100, 0, -32, -40
neutrals = 0, 0, 0, -5
blacks = +97, -7, -26, +12
step 5: new color balance layer-
midtones = +9, +12, +27
shadows = -24, 0, -7
highlights = +4, -1, -9
step 6: duplicate your base layer again, drag it to the top, and set it to soft light at 30% opacity.

&you're done! not bad for my first tut, i hope. any questions or comments (in my journal) are appreciated. thanks :]
*note: cs4 selective coloring seems to be a bit stronger than previous versions. you may need to adjust this.
Tags: program: photoshop, tutorial: colouring
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