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How can I get this effect in photoshop?
Old 05-13-2006, 10:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a name for this effect? How can I make this happen in photoshop? I've seen a couple of images by photographers who have done this effect in post. It looks amost like its animation. Can someone give me a play by play on how to do this?
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Re: How can I get this effect in photoshop?
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Here's a better example kind of cartoonish like all the hip hop album covers.
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www.lucisart.com
this is a PS plugin.
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Re: How can I get this effect in photoshop?
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this is a PS plugin.
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Re: How can I get this effect in photoshop?
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The work is by Jim Fiscus (and his illustrator / business partner / wife Lisa Fiscus) http://altpick.com/spot/fiscus/index.php
You can see a portfolio of his work at http://www.fiscusphoto.com/
Jim Fiscus shoots film and depends a lot on the film processing to achieve his "look." After scanning, he uses a lot of different Photoshop techniques to achieve his final effect. The most distinguishing feature of his work is his use of a duplicated channel (usually the blue,) set to a contrasty blending mode (overlay, hard light, etc).
This effect, by the way was pioneered by Andrze Dragan http://www.andrzejdragan.com
A couple of years ago, an amateur photographer who goes by the name Lazlo developed a formula to simulate the effect. He called it the Lazlo Effect. Here is a link to his formula. At the end is an action that you can download. Pictures by Lazlo
Because duplicating the blue channel takes a few extra steps, most methods use a shortcut of duplicating the highlights of an image onto a working layer.
I have little patience for people who use actions instead of developing their technique. It is something like using a cheap point and shoot camera. If youíre serious about what youíre doing, get in the game. If not, shoot from the sidelines and donít get in my way.
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Re: How can I get this effect in photoshop?
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I haven't looked at the other artists yet but Jim's stuff is awesome! I love the crisp look of everything. A lot of it is very Normam Rockwell is look. Wow...off I go to learn more about it!
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Re: How can I get this effect in photoshop?
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Here's one way to achieve this effect; there are others, but this is pretty easy using PhotoShop 7.



Before
After

1. Select Image/Adjustments/Levels.

2. Using the first slider under Input Levels, set the slider to 40 and click the OK button.

3. Select Image/Adjustments/Hue-Saturation.

4. Move the Saturation slider to the left until it reads -45.

5. Move the Hue slider back and forth until you achieve a hue that's pleasing (I like a somewhat garish effect, which involves more yellow hue), and click the OK button.

6. Select Image/Adjustments/Curves.

7. Click on three places on the diagonal line: one in the center, one a half inch or so from the bottom end of the diagonal, and one a half inch from the top end of the diagonal. A small square appears at each point on the line where you clicked.

8. Create a soft s-curve, by clicking and pulling up a fraction of an inch on the top square, down a fraction of an inch on the middle square, and down a fraction of an inch on the bottom square. (NOTE: Don't feel you have to follow these guidelines precisely. Think of them as a starting point, as you manipulate the s-curve until you achieve an effect that you find pleasing. It may even be that you prefer the portrait as is, with the straight diagonal line, as you first found it.)

9. Click the OK button.

10. In the Layers palette, create a duplicate layer.

11. Make sure the duplicate layer is selected.

12. Select Filter/Other/High Pass.

13. Set the radius to10 pixels and click the OK button.

14. In the Layers palette, select Overlay as the blend mode, and set the opacity to 50%.

15. Select Layers/Merge Down.

16. Select the Dodge tool and set it to Midtones and Exposure to 65%.

17. Select an appropriate brush size (just slightly smaller than the subject's eyes), and paint the eyes. This will slightly brighten them. (NOTE: If the eyes are already sufficiently bright, you can skip steps 16 and 17.)

18. Select the Burn tool and set it to Midtones. Paint on appropriate sections of the portrait to darken and bring out details. (Again, as the cook books say, this should be "to taste".)

19. Save the portrait.

20. If you want to black out the background, as I did in the "After" portrait, create a black fill layer under the background layer in the Layers palette. Select the layer containing the portrait you've been working on (now above the fill layer), create a mask, and then use the Paint Brush tool (Foreground color set to black) and paint over the entire background. If you slip and black out some of the portrait, you can repair it by setting the background color to white and painting back the affected area.
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