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i just downloaded this and everything

it looks like the photoshop that i used on the computers at school.

i have this photo of my friend

m_28f08674363c7fd592509ae7b8ca8ef2.jpg

and i was wondering if it's possible to make a photo of myself into the same kind of coloring.

i see it all the time over on myspace, xanga, facebook, etc and i like the style of the picture.

is it possible for me to make it look like that style?

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i just downloaded this and everything

it looks like the photoshop that i used on the computers at school.

i have this photo of my friend

m_28f08674363c7fd592509ae7b8ca8ef2.jpg

and i was wondering if it's possible to make a photo of myself into the same kind of coloring.

i see it all the time over on myspace, xanga, facebook, etc and i like the style of the picture.

is it possible for me to make it look like that style?

Absolutely. You might start experimenting with the Color Balance and Brightness/Contrast tools on the Adjustments menu. It'd be easier to tell you exactly what to do if I could see the original image, but I'd say in color balance, bump yellow, magenta, and cyan up, and then increase the contrast using the brightness/contrast tool.

drakaan sig jan 2020.png

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here's the original image

(not me; it's a friend who knows nothing about computers or anything)

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Hmm...I tried a few different things. What worked best was to create a new layer with a yellowish color and set the blend mode to overlay, then flatten the image, and change brightness and contrast:

yellower.jpg

I also did this one that I actually like a bit better:

yellower2.jpg

Looks like an album cover...

drakaan sig jan 2020.png

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Try this:

Duplicate layer.

Use the sepia adjustment on top layer and set layer blend mode to overlay.

Then lower the contrast all the way done(still top layer).

Now raise the saturation all the way up and play with the hue(also top layer).

That'll kind of give you the same effect, but with the hue changes you can control which color it gets tinted...

 

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