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January TUT/TECH challenge – Lights on!

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  • #38083
    Cassel
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    • Superfan

    The Campus is the perfect place to learn more about photo editing, various techniques, or PSP in general.

    This challenge will give you an opportunity to practice some of those techniques or use some tools.

    This month’s Tut/Tech Challenge is to add light glow to lights that are not lit. You can use photos with lamp posts, street lights, but it can also be lights on a wall or any other light you feel could be lit.

    HERE is a blog post that explains how to add those lights. It is up to you to find what photo to use!

    And let there be light!

    #38246
    Dorothy Donn
    Participant
    • 137
    • Junior

    My First challenge Attempt: Tut/Tec

    I am very pleased that there is a way to salvage old holiday photos. Bless You Cassel.

    #38289
    Doris Murphy
    Participant
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    • Rookie

    How Clever.  Thanks for posting this.

    #38334
    Bertha Planck
    Participant
    • 2
    • Rookie

    The difficulty here was to show the advertising on the lamp again…

    #38357
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1720
    • Superfan

    Early evening street lights.  Neat tutorial Cassel, thank you.

    #38359
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1197
    • Superfan

    Bertha, how did you do it in the end, to keep the text legible through the light?

    Annie, such a simple image that has a lot of character!

    #38379
    Bertha Planck
    Participant
    • 2
    • Rookie

    Hi Cassel,

    From the original photo I selected and removed the white color. Then I reversed the selection and saved text and image as a new photo.
    This new photo I placed between the 2 layers with the yellow light.

    Translated by deepl.com

    #38394
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1720
    • Superfan

    Very clever Bertha, I shall remember this technique. I have learned much from a simple tutorial. It always pays to sneak in on these tuts because a lot can be offered from both teacher and students. Thanks Cassel!

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