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Thread: Can PS save this Purplish Picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfatfish
    hey, these are the closest colours to the real thing!
    no...Johan is true blue asian, so no need the angmoh "plug-in".

    How did you manage to do that. Dont mind can tell me the version or plug-in for PS ? and the parameters you set?
    it's a special technique patented by StreetShooter.
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren
    it's a special technique patented by StreetShooter.
    Ya... u never heard of the SS for PS Plugin before???

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyfoo
    Ya... u never heard of the SS for PS Plugin before???
    haha

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    Hey wait... that's Johan right!!! I remember he had dyed hair... see...

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    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyfoo
    Hey wait... that's Johan right!!! I remember he had dyed hair... see...

    ok ok we get the idea. You really know your photoshop well

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    Thanks Nashvillian. What did you do to the picture? It looks very close to the real colors. Dont mind telling me the workflow?

    And also thanks to all who helped in trying to edit this picture especially Streetshooter and his "Depurple" plug-in It works! Tried and Tested

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    image>adjustment>neutralise

    layer>new adjustment layer>color balance>
    drag blue to yellow (-65 on 3rd column)

    layer>new adjustment layer>hue and saturation>
    Adjust SATURATION of following colors
    yellow -40
    green -100
    cyan -100
    blue -100

    note: colors may vary depending on color profiles/ displays but that is the general idea (as far as i can remember)

    you can also create new layer and apply the color balance followed by hue/ saturation, but i prefer adjustment layers as it is easier to trace back the steps and still can apply layer effects.

    Adobe Photoshop CS

    hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NashVillian
    image>adjustment>neutralise

    layer>new adjustment layer>color balance>
    drag blue to yellow (-65 on 3rd column)

    layer>new adjustment layer>hue and saturation>
    Adjust SATURATION of following colors
    yellow -40
    green -100
    cyan -100
    blue -100

    note: colors may vary depending on color profiles/ displays but that is the general idea (as far as i can remember)

    you can also create new layer and apply the color balance followed by hue/ saturation, but i prefer adjustment layers as it is easier to trace back the steps and still can apply layer effects.

    Adobe Photoshop CS

    hope this helps!
    yes it does! Thanks alot

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