The Instagram Effect, Part 2

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11 Απρ 2012 (πριν από 5 χρόνια και 9 μήνες)

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In this 2-part series, Elizabeth shows you how to recreate the Instagram filter called Earlybird

The Instagram Effect, Part 2
Elizabeth LePage
In this 2-part series, Elizabeth shows you how to recreate the Instagram filter called Earlybird.
1.
Open your image and select the
Crop
tool.
2.
In the tool options bar, type in
2000 px
for both the
Height
and
Width
.
Type in
180
for
pixels/inch
. Then drag your tool across the photo to crop
it.
3.
At the bottom of your layers palette, choose
Solid

Color
from the
Create
a New Adjustment Layer
drop-down menu.
4.
Inside the
Pick a Solid Color
dialog box, type
b59970
in the
#
box at the
bottom. Press Ok.
5.
Change the blend mode of this Solid Color layer to
Color
. Lower the
Opacity
to around
60%
.
6.
Create a new
Brightness/Contrast
adjustment layer. Lower your
Contrast
slider to around
-20
.
7.
Create a new composite layer (
PC: Shift+Alt+Control+E, Mac: Shift
+Option+Command+E
).
8.
Select the
Elliptical

Marquee
tool. Holding the
Shift
key down, drag a
circular selection across the center of your photo. If you need to move
your selection into place, you can hold the
Space
key to move it around.
9.
Control-click or right-click on your image and select
Feather
from the
drop-down menu that appears. Inside the Feather dialog box, type in
200
pixels
. Press Ok.
10.
Go to the
Select
menu and choose
Inverse
. With the top, composite
layer selected, press the
Delete
or
Backspace
key.
11.
Change this top layer’s blend mode to
Screen
. Lower the
Opacity
to your
liking (Elizabeth sets hers to around
60%
).
12.
Create another composite layer (
PC: Shift+Alt+Control+E, Mac: Shift
+Option+Command+E
).
13.
Command-click
or
Control-click
the
Screen
layer inside your layers
palette. This will re-selection the selection you had just created for that
layer.
14.
With the new, top composite layer selected, press the
Delete
or
Backspace
key.
15.
Change this top layer’s blend mode to
Multiply
. Lower the
Opacity
to
your liking (Elizabeth sets hers to around
70%
).