Using difference for golden highlights


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Using difference for golden highlights

All right, here I'm working inside the image called Three Giulianos.psd and all it is, is three versions of that Giuliano image on different layers. So there is Giuliano 3, there is Giuliano 2, Giuliano 1. They are all identical to each other. And what we are going to do is we are going to create a kind of glowing Giuliano by the time we are done, as if he's rendered in gold or something along those lines, a little bit of a simulation of maybe some gold flecks on him anyway. And we are going to do that by applying Gaussian Blur to the top Giuliano, comparing it to the layer below with Difference, and then running a couple of changes, and applying that to Giuliano 3. So here we go.

Make sure Giuliano 1, the top layer is selected. Then go up to the Filter menu, won't you? And I want you to choose Blur>Gaussian Blur or if you loaded Deke keys, you can press Shift+F7. And this is the amount of blur I want you to apply, 6 whopping pixels of Blur and then click OK. Now you may...

Using difference for golden highlights
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Using difference for golden highlights provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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