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Dancing photoshop tutorial

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What you値l be creating

We値l start this tutorial by creating an autumn forest scene from two stock photos. Then we値l adjust color, shade and light as well as make a dreamy effect. Later we値l add the model and do some retouch to match her with the scene. After that we値l use two stocks to create lighting effect. Finally we値l use some adjustment layers to boost the final result. You値l need Photoshop CS3 or newer to follow this tutorial.


Step 1

Create a new document in Photoshop with the settings below:


Step 2

Open the forest image. Use the Move Tool (V) to drag it into our white canvas:


Go to Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal:


Step 3

To create some depth to the background , go to Filter > Blur > Gassian Blur and set the radius to 6 px:


Step 4

To make some light for the background, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Curves and increase the lightness:


On this Curves layer mask use a basic, soft brush with black color to erase the left:


Step 5

To make the left darker I used another Curves adjustment layer :


On this Curves layer mask use a soft black brush to erase the right to keep its brightness:


Step 6

Open the ground image. Hit Cmd/Ctrl+Option/Alt+Shift+N to make a new layer. Active the Clone Tool (S) and use it to remove some branches on the ground:


Step 7

Press Cmd/Ctrl+Option/Alt+Shift+E to merge the background layer and the clone one. Move the merged layer into our main document:


Click the second button at the bottom of the Layers Panel to add a mask to this ground layer. Use a soft black brush to remove the trees and blend the ground with the background:


Step 8

Apply Gassian Blur with 4 px to this ground:


On this Filter Mask use a soft black brush to remove the blur effect on the foreground:


Step 9

To change the color of the ground, I used an adjustment layer with Clipping Mask. Go to Layer > New Adjutment Layer > Hue/Saturation:



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