This week, Corey is inspired by a Hollywood poster to figure out how to create a colorful background pattern.
Nice like always, not much to say 🙂
I am interested to know about adobe especially after effecet and other related issues. for the sake of knowldge. if you bale to send me a titourial in my e-mail i will be happy, from Asmara. ERITREA.
Would that I had 1/10th of Corey’s talents!
the tutorial stop at the layer with 50% gray? what happend
Very nice pattern inspiration
It’s like you’ve read my mind! This is the exact thing I was looking for. Thank you for making it so easy. Love your site.
Very nice tutorial. Green is not my favorite color but is ok.
Sry for my english.
This is great! So simple yet it looks so nice! A great idea! 🙂
i have a photoshop in my computer,i want to get familiarize first with the pallette tool before i begin…could you help me?..please…thanks in advance..i’ve watched some of your tutorial and i find it’s too helpful…two thumbs up for you…love your site…
I think this tutorial is a great learning tool for me however do you provide more on line tutorials are on line classes. I am trying to expand my knowledge in the photoshop and I really just need to get more information and tutorials and websites for trials for photoshop so that I can enhance my skills.
Thanks in advance for all your help
Well done! If skill and genius were hard candy, millions of people would pop him in their mouths every day…
Thats pretty darn cool. I do a lot of Senior Portraits and am always looking for new ways to make them look cool. I think Ill do some shots on a white background and then apply this to it and see what the reaction is. I’m pretty sure they`ll love it!
Thanks so much!
you are very good at what you do i have a black and white photo and i cant color it i had it for five moths and it is still black and white is there anyway you can help me please thank you please let me know firstname.lastname@example.org thanks again
Wow!!!… another one to remember!… thanks Corey!
Cool stuff! 😉
your website is very good for learnig nad knowledge
and development work professionally,
This really sucked. I couldn’t get what to do with the tilde key or the command key since I’m on a PC and the after-effect of the image really wasn’t that great. Nothing that you can’t do with a little multiply effect alongwith darkened saturation.
And I see that many people have asked the same question I have about the luminosity but no one on the website seems to ever bother to reply.
It’s the same as going into the channels panel and holding down the Ctrl key while clicking on the RGB channel preview.
Great Corey I’m doing some crazy things with your tutorials…….Thank you from Italy.
As always fantastic! is there a tutorial on how to create the image with the outer glow that you add at the end?
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