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tutorial: light blue-green by rocketlaunch tutorial: light blue-green by rocketlaunch
i will be using photoshop cs2 for this tutorial.

1. first, pick your image. i will be using the one above, taken from *yellow-stock's gallery.

2. duplicate your background layer, and set it to screen at 70%.

3. create a new raster layer and fill it with the colour #8CE3FF. set it to soft light at 100%.

4. duplicate your background layer and drag it to the top. set it to soft light at 100%.

5. go to layers > new adjustment layer > photo filter. check filter, and select warming filter (85) from the drop-down list. set the density to 25%.
make sure 'preserve luminosity' is checked.

6. now duplicate your background layer and drag it to the top. set it to overlay at 15%.

now merge your layers and you're done!
if you image doesn't look similar to the one above, play around with the settings until you're happy.
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janedj Nov 27, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great turial Thanks!!!
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Maeveh Oct 12, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
'fraid my Photoshop program is in swedish, and not in english, and I really can't eem to find this "> new adjustment layer > photo filter" thing.. I find layer and adjustment layer, but.. no longer. Could you maybe show me somehow?
Or could it be that this is only available in CS2 and not PS7?
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:iconrocketlaunch:
i've never used ps7, so i'm not sure..
well, when you go to the layer menu, the new adjustment layer should be the seventh option on the list and photo filter the ninth. hope this helps?
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:icond0rjan:
nice, thanx -
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Yayoi-Matsunaga Mar 19, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
my photoshop is in spanish ;O; ... sometimes is hard and take time to find the same tools >.<
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:iconrocketlaunch:
did you find it?

i don't know any spanish though.. sorry
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Yayoi-Matsunaga Mar 21, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yes, I did :D
Thanks :)
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:iconazura-huskie:
By the way, it's "locked". Won't let me rasterize anything. Sorry. New to CS3.
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