Project 2: Adding film grain


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Project 2: Adding film grain

Simply to have a bit of fun with this image let's explore how we can work with color and tone in order to bring these two items together, and also to have a bit of fun with enhancing the overall look and feel and aesthetic of this composite. All right, well the first thing that I am going to do is go ahead and click on the Adjustment Layer icon and choose Curves. I want to create a darkening Curves adjustment here. It just kind of bring down the details. Invert the mask, press Command+I on the Mac, Ctrl+I on Windows, press the B key for your Brush tool. We'll paint with white with a low opacity.

You can change that by pressing a number on your keyboard, like press the 3 key. Opacity goes to 30%. I am just going to start to darken some of these edges here. I want the image to be a bit more about the face. I am just going to bring down some of this area. Press the Left Bracket key make my brush a little bit smaller there. Again, just look to create a bit more drama, darkening up some ...

Project 2: Adding film grain
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Project 2: Adding film grain provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5: Creative Compositing

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Photography
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Photoshop
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