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    Default Red Flower Effect

    Hi all i'm new to photography... i will like to know how to achieve this kind of effect...

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showt...=492432&page=2

    The picture "Be Red".

    How to make the flower red and the background in greyscale? Is this done during PP?

    Thanks...

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    Default Re: Red Flower Effect

    Quote Originally Posted by shutterbox View Post
    Hi all i'm new to photography... i will like to know how to achieve this kind of effect...

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showt...=492432&page=2

    The picture "Be Red".

    How to make the flower red and the background in greyscale? Is this done during PP?

    Thanks...

    Hi shutterbox,

    Here's a quick link to what you're looking for. http://www.photoshopsupport.com/tuto...-coloring.html

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    Default Re: Red Flower Effect

    I'm also keen to learn this..somehow i tried following the steps, but i was stuck at the 1st step..how to drag the background to new layer?
    5DMk2

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    Default Re: Red Flower Effect

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    I'm also keen to learn this..somehow i tried following the steps, but i was stuck at the 1st step..how to drag the background to new layer?
    Select the background layer, and then drag it onto the "new layer" icon. This extremely basic step is explained in almost all youtube and built-in tutorials.
    Alpha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    I'm also keen to learn this..somehow i tried following the steps, but i was stuck at the 1st step..how to drag the background to new layer?
    Some other methods:
    * Select the layer, right mouse click and choose, "Duplicate layer"
    * You could also select the layer, go to the menu and under Layer|Duplicate Layer...
    * Alt+L, D

    Lots of ways...

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    Default Re: Red Flower Effect

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    I'm also keen to learn this..somehow i tried following the steps, but i was stuck at the 1st step..how to drag the background to new layer?

    Hi Gerald,

    If you're looking at the link i noted, which i think you are, the stated instructions is pretty clear:

    STEP 1
    The first step is to duplicate the background layer by dragging it to
    the new layer icon in the Layers palette or hitting (Ctrl/Cmd+J).


    If you can't locate the "New layer" icon for some reasons, the shortcut key method should help you as well. No offense, but i think you might be still new to Photoshop, so do try to play around, explore or edit more.

    I've another link here which might help: http://elitebydesign.com/how-to-mast...just-one-week/

    I'm no pro myself, just my 5 cents.

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