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This is the tutorial about photo retouching.

Let’s begin.
I’ve found and image of the bulb.

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I have a very small size.

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Let’s try to change it.

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As you have noticed the pixels are too visible. But if you have a tablet it is easy to fix.

Let’s begin by copying the layer and setting the mode to Color Burn.

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We will use Brushes:

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Well, definitely better than it was.

Blur a little bit to fix these ugly pixels.

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Further and further. Switch you brush and blur brush when needed.

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I’ve created some layers for better flexibility. This is optional.

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Set the brush flow to about 1%-2% and mode to vivid light and begin to paint some color.

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Overlay the layer with some color using layer styles.

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Set the brush back to normal mode and flow set to 1%-2%

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Create new layer.

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And begin to paint and add some color and something inside.

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Select Layer -> Flatten Image:

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Flatten the image bit remember to save it with all the layers.

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Now when we have only one layer add an Adjustment layer.

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Set the mode to multiply opacity to about 60% and add an Outer Glow.

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You can actually use filters and layer styles on some o the Adjustment layers.

So I did.

1st comes the noise filter.

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And layer styles.

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And we get this noise look. Well maybe this is too much.

I’ve also added text it says no on visa-versa.

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A little bit of glow. I did it with basic brush, but only the mode is set to screen and maybe the flow to about 5%-10%.

Change a little color in the end and flip over.



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+ View full size image

And we are done.

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