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On the Blending Options window, drag the white triangle to the left, until it almost meets the black triangle on the left post.
The remaining spot is the darkest pixel in this image. Step 5 Take the Color Sampler tool, change the Sample Size to 3 by 3 Average, then point it to one of those remaining spots in this image. Step 6 Repeat step 4, but this time in the Layer Style window, do the opposite by dragging the black triangle to the right.
Again with the Color Sampler tool, point it to the one of those remaining spots. Step 7 This time we want to trace the midtones.
Repeat step 4, and in the Layer Style window drag the black and white triangles to the center, around However, when we drag it close to Then, with the Sampler Color tool, take a sample from one of those remaining spots. Step 8 Now target Layer 1, double click it to bring up the Layer Style dialog box, and then reset those triangles to the original post.
Now, with the Sampler tool still active, you should indications as shown below: You can use actual pixel mode when tracing those spots, to get more accurate results, but in this case, I think what we did before is enough.
Step 9 Now, create a Levels Adjustments layer above layer 1. On the Levels Adjustments window, use the eyedropper to set the black point. Click on the eyedropper, at black, then on Sample 1 that we made previously.
Step 10 For the midtones, click the eyedropper for gray point, point and click it to Sample 3. And last, click the eyedropper for white point, then point and click Sample 2.
With a quick visual check, you can see that the image is indeed getting better. This will bring us to the Calculations dialog box.
In the Calculations dialog box, set the value as shown below. Then set the Blending Mode to Soft light.
Step 14 The dark details distribute nicely, but there seems to be too much light. Double click the Basic Layer to bring up the Layer Style dialog box, then while holding the Alt key, move the white triangle to the left; it will separate the triangles to give us a smooth transition.
To do that, add a layer mask for this Layer Basic Layer , and brush that area with the soft black brush, to get back some detail from the underlying layer. Set the radius to 10 pixels. Use a white smooth brush to cover the rough areas, but leave the hair and edges.
Hide the copy by clicking the eye icon on the Layers Palette. Set the radius to 2 pixels, and change the Blending Mode to Vivid Light. Easier marquee selections Hold down Alt to start a selection at the centre point with any Marquee tool, and then hold Space to temporarily move the selection around.
Beware though of the effect that this has on performance. Rotating patterns Photoshop tips: Rotating Patterns You can make amazing kaleidoscopic patterns with the help of a keyboard shortcut. To demonstrate, we've made a narrow glowing shape by squeezing a lens flare effect, but you can use any shape, image or effect you like. Combine images with text Photoshop tips: Combining images with text There's a really easy way to overlay an image on top of text.
Drop an image layer over a type layer then hold down Alt and click the line between the two layers in the Layers Panel to clip the image to the text. Bird's eye view When zoomed in close, hold down H and drag in the image to instantly dart out to full screen then jump back to another area. One of the best Photoshop tips for viewing work! Funky backgrounds Photoshop tips: Funky backgrounds Want to change the default grey background to something more funky?
Shift—click over the background area with the Paint Bucket tool to fill it with your foreground colour.