How to Use fill layers to create a hand-painted look Photoshop CC


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Using fill layers to create a hand-painted look

One of the easiest ways to hand tint a photograph would be to use a Fill layer. Now, before I add a Fill layer, I want to select the area that I want to fill. So underneath the regular lasso tool, we have a polygonal lasso tool. So I clicked and held down on that lasso tool in order to get these other tools to fly out. And then, I'm going to tap the cap locks key so I know exactly where I'm selecting. And I'm just going to select the rectangle here because I want to colorize this.

So we can move around fairly quickly. When I get to the point where I just want to draw a straight line between my starting point and my finishing point, all I need to do is double click and Photoshop will close that selection. So, I have this first area selected, and then I'll choose Layer, and then, New Fill Layer and Solid Color. But before I click OK, I want to do two things. First, I want to name it, so I'll call it green, but I'm going to take off my cap locks key. A...

Using fill layers to create a hand-painted look
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Using fill layers to create a hand-painted look provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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