Sunday, September 05, 2010

Isolated Color Tutorial for Photoshop

Little man was with the nanny last night and we all had a night out clubbing with some friends. The 4 of us ended up at Westgate Saddle Ranch, a big western bar/club with a machanical bull ride and lots of booze! LOL. I dont think we got home and to bed till almost 4am and this was the first night out since little man came along and he is already 7 months so it was nice to get a break. So will continue the rocker chics freebies tomorrow. Today Im throwing up a cool tutorial that I put together. I started doing tutorials that Just so scrappy has available in her store now but this is the newest that I did after creating the layout below. This layout was done using the new Applicious kit by just so scrappy and when I started playing with it I loved it so much I headed to the fridge to grab an apple and stuck the little guy on the bed with the apple and let him do what he wanted with it. Took 20-30 pics and when I had what I needed I got to work. The blue of his onesie and the bedding would not work with the kit so I used a neat photo trick that I knew about but didnt even have a chance to use before that would be perfect for this. I extracted the apple from the image, then changed the image to black and white and put the apple back as you see below. The tutorial is for photoshop and will teach you how to do this trick which can be super handy when you have a specific set of pics and kit that you want to use and the colors dont work for each other. So click on the layout below to download the tutorial and PLEASE let me know what you think! Cheers
Misty

6 comments:

  1. that's a beautiful LO..don't ya just love Katie's kits....thanks for the tut too,

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  2. Hi Misty, what a cute idea..thanks for the tutorial!

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  3. What a cute layout and pictures of your little man! Thanks for the tut; I'm anxious to check it out!

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  4. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 5 post on Sep. 06, 2010. Thanks again.

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  5. An excellent idea, this will help with a photo I'm having trouble with at the moment, thank you

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