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on Tue Aug 28, 2018 3:04 pm

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code [TUT]Night Rendering In PS



4.) being your first image (perspective) as your active layer, change it to "LINEAR BURN".. instead of "NORMAL"... see highlighted in RED..


5.) create another layer... this time... it will be your "light setting"... choose a color as you want to be the shade of your lighting..


6. upon creating your "LIGHT" layer, send it back from your first image (perspective)... then you can now apply your lights by doing the airbrush tool. you can even used the "lasso" or "rectangle marquee" tool to control the area to be applied with your lighting... you can create different layers of "LIGHTING" as you want.. you can even "blur" your other lighting layer to make it more realistic especially for the pinlights, car lights, etc..


7. create new layer for your "SKY" by doing the airbrush tools or by cutting some image clips for the night scene background (see highlighted in RED. 


IMPORTANT:


be sure that your sky image will not intersect with your first image (Perspective) as it will affect the color of your perspective since it is in LINEAR BURN mode..(take note the outline of the sky image on the LAYER (highlighted in RED)


8. on your glass windows... you can paste or cut some image clippings for store fronts, signages, or even the cars, and other entourage... of course this will varies from your visualization and your creativity....this is your own choice.


now this is the final outcome of your night scene rendering in PS...


HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR KEYBOARD SHORT CUTS :


1. creating NEW LAYER.
- CNTRL+SHFT+N

2. checking the image size
- CNTRL+ALT+I

3. Creating NEW FILE
- CNTRL+ALT+N

4. Copying an Object
- Click "MOVE" icon then press / hold ALT key then (left click) drag your mouse

5. Send backward a layer (1-step backward) 
- CNTRL+[

6. Send BACK a layer (at bottom) 
- SHFT+CNTRL+[

7. Send forward a layer (1-step forward) 
- CNTRL+]

8.Send forward a layer (at top) 
- SHFT+CNTRL+]

9. Other keyboard shortcuts
- CNTRL+SHFT+ALT+M

NOTE:

SOME OTHER KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS INDICATED HERE MAY NOT WORK ON LOWER VERSION OF PS...




GOOD LUCK... SANA MAKATULONG ITO SA INYO..





IMPORTANT TIPS :


1. When pasting some images on your windows (images with light effects), be sure to make it on top layer, or else it will affect the quality if you put it behind your perspective (this is because your perspective is in "LINEAR BURN MODE".


Another option is, try to save it into JPEG first (merging all your layers from step 1 to 7) before pasting your image on your windows (images with light effects)... 


2. When using KFL, try to merge all the layers fisrt (or save it in JPEG).... it will not work properly if you are working in multi-layers...


Take note that in applying KFL effect, of having your files in multi layer... only the active layer will be applied... not the whole image.


3. When you are working with KFL, (assuming you have merge all your layers into one).... by enhancing the light effects on your windows (your pasted images)... do the lasso tool & copy paste that portion only then apply KFL... take note that only the copied image will be affected.... then, merge it again into one layer... repeat the same process for the areas you want to enhance...


4. For best effect, do the pasting of images first (your windows, entourage, manual lightings, etc...) BEFORE applying KFL effect... Appying KFL should be done in the final stage (enhancement of your lightings)..


GOOD LUCK...

credits to the original author




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