Add the effect of ferrotype on photos in photoshop

Ferrotypia or tinteypom called early photographic process, developed in 1852 by Adolf Martin, its use was widespread in the United States until the 50s.

In this tutorial, we will use Adobe Photoshop to get a ferrotype effect in a couple of steps.

Final image:

Step 1

First, download the resource archive, and then import the image into a 2000 x 3000 px work document, Resolution (Resolution) 300 dpi, RGB 8bits colors.

Duplicate the layer by pressing the Ctrl + J key combination and apply a blur filter with a small depth of field by going to Filter> Blur> Lens Blur(Filter> Blur> Blur at shallow depth of field).

Then apply the Blur to Motion filter through the menu. Filter> Blur> Motion Blur (Filter> Blur> Motion Blur).

Step 2

Add a layer mask via the menu Layer> Layer Mask>Reveal All (Layer> Mask Layer> Show All), then go to the layer mask by clicking on it, take a soft Brush (Brush) (B) is black and paint over the face to reveal the layer below.

Then press Ctrl + Alt + Shift + E to get a copy of the layers to be merged, then go to the menu Filter> Other> High Pass (Filter> Other> Color Contrast).

Then change the blending mode to Overlay (Overlap)

Step 3

Add adjustment layer Channel mixer (Mixing channels) by going to the menu Layer> New Adjustment Layer> Channel Mixer (Layer> New Adjustment Layer> Channel Mixing), select the monochrome field before changing the settings.

Do the same by adding an adjustment layer. Curves (Curves)

Step 4

Add adjustment layer Levels (Levels) by going to the menu Layer> NewAdjustmentLayer> Levels(Layer> New Adjustment Layer> Levels).

Similarly add a correction layer. Photo filter (Photo Filter).

Step 5

Insert the rusty metal texture into the document.

Then change the blending mode to Soft light (Soft Light) and reduce Opacity (Opacity) up to 48%.

Then press Ctrl + Alt + Shift + E to get a copy of the layers to be merged, then go to the menu Filter> Other> High Pass (Filter> Other> Color Contrast).

Then change the blending mode to Overlay (Overlap) and reduce Opacity (Opacity) up to 80%.

Step 6

Paste the second rusty metal texture into the document.

Change its blending mode to Overlay(Overlap) and reduce Opacity (Opacity) up to 21%.

And here is the final result of a photo with the effect of ferrotypes in Photoshop:

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