Butterfly Photo Editting

 
Butterfly Photo Editing - Part1
This task we'll learn how to accentuate the front plan and to change the photo's color, add more intensity and put over different textures.

Open photo with butterfly: File ? Open?

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs

Crop it out from the right side a little, using Crop Tool. Blur out the things behind the window, using Blur Tool to accentuate our attention on the butterfly.

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs

Make the shadows look grey, using Image ? Adjustments ? Curves (ctrl+m)

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs

Copy the layer now (Layer ? Duplicate Layer) and blur it out with Filter ? Blur ? Gaussian Blur.

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs
  


Change a little the color, using Image ? Adjustments ? Color Balance (ctrl+b)

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs

Increase the layer's brightness and the contrast with Image ? Abjustment ? Curves (ctrl+m)

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs

Change the layer's type on Soft Light.

Place the wall's texture on a new layer. Open it in a new file. Mark it out with Rectangular Marquee Tool and copy it: Edit ? Copy (ctrl+c). Get back to the photo's file that is processed and place it on a new layer: Edit ? Paste (ctrl+v).

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs

Increase the brightness and the contrast applying the next command: Image - Adjustment ? Curves (ctrl+m).

 Butterfly photo editing in adobe photoshop cs 
   


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