Compositing and Color the flame Photoshop


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Compositing and coloring the flame

In this final exercise we're going to take our flame mask and we're going to use it to build a bright shining flame in our final composition. If you're working along with me, make sure the Flame channel is selected here inside the Channels panel and when I went to use this mask, I noticed that it was a little dimmer than I'd like it to be. So I'm going to brighten it up by pressing Ctrl+L or Command+L on the Mac and reducing that white point value to 125. In other words, any luminous level, 125 or brighter will be clipped to white and that basically doubles the brightness of the mask.

Now I'll go ahead and click OK in order to accept that change. Notice, by the way, that because the Flame channel is the second alpha channel it has a keyboard shortcut of Ctrl+7 or Command+7 on the Mac that will be important in just a moment. I'm going to click on RGB to return to the composite image then switch to the layers panel and I need to reassemble my composition by pres...

Compositing and coloring the flame
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Compositing and coloring the flame provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Hair

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