Crossprocessing – what is it?

In this Photoshop tutorial we will create the effect of “Cross-processing”

Here is a photo that is used for the lesson:

First we need to adjust the levels.
Create a new core. layer.
Layer> New Adjustment Layer> Levels (Layer – new. Cor. Layer – Levels)

How to change colors in Rgb format, we are now better with each color “talk” separately.

Look at the settings that were set for each color, as well as the result of actions.

Red:

Green (Green):

Blue (Blue):

Duplicate the layer with the photo, right click on the layer and select the command Duplicate (Duplicate). Then move it to the very top.

Now with the active copy layer click Ctrl + U. Increase saturation of colors (saturation) to 55-65.

Set this blending mode to Hard light (hard light)

Then add a photo filter.
Layer> New Adjustment Layer> Photo Filter (Layer – new core layer – photo filter)

Choose blue and density = 85-90%, Click Ok.

Now we need to fill the mask on the box. layer in black. Why click Shift + F5, select color – black, opacity 100%.

Take a medium sized, soft, translucent white brush. Start drawing on the background around the model, but without touching the yellow icons.

You should have almost the same!

Then merge all the layers – click Ctrl + Shift + E

Take the tool – sponge.
Set the settings of this tool to the mode – Increase saturation (Saturate) on 50%

Use a soft brush to go over the parts you want to increase the brightness (here, for example, these are the yellow red areas)

Like this! See what happened!

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