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    Default PS exercise - Underwater

    Hi guys,
    C&C welcomed!
    Something I did for fun.

    Pls imagine this with lots of 'distractions', tonnes of bubbles, sharks swimming around...Lol
    And its suppose to be sort of background for maybe live-action or animated 3D elements.
    Feel free to ask me qns,I'll try my best to answer. Cheers!

    Thanks for looking!



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    Last edited by firestone; 7th July 2006 at 04:18 PM.

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    Default Re: PS exercise - Underwater

    i'm always asking how'd you get the colours...like overcast...contrast and such
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    Default Re: PS exercise - Underwater

    Whoa...... Cool man
    I get paid more shooting part time ...... damn, I should find more time to shoot part time

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    Default Re: PS exercise - Underwater

    Quote Originally Posted by khairi
    i'm always asking how'd you get the colours...like overcast...contrast and such
    er, I usually use lots of layers and masking. Not sure how to answer your qn man..
    But I use whatever, no right or wrong.

    For eg,in this instance, to change the overall color of an element,eg,the man.
    I use 'color balance'.
    Then I may use a separate 'hue/saturation' with painted mask to adjust just certain parts.
    At times, I also use a 'color' layer if necessary.

    But this image not much color lah, so its quite easy. everything blue blue,haha

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