Like we read in the last topic, Fastest Way to Color Correction Your Image.
So how to do color correction of a portrait?
and how to fix skin tone with a simple button?
We also saw how the auto-correction will happen from the selection.
After that, we saw how to match any subject with the background.
So today's topic is, I will see how to do sky replacement.
We will also see the Create Realistic Wet Glass Effect.
so we will have a subject and will keep a wet glass in front of it.
Meaning The effect will be like we take photos in the rainy season.
And after that, we will see how we can bring light and shine on any object.
So let's go to our photoshop.
So I've come to photoshop.
First of all, we will do our sky replacement.
So I have this image of which we have to do sky replacement.
So, first of all, we'll see which sky is it.
and I have a sky and I'm opening it.
And this will be our sky and this will be our main building.
So first of all We will copy the background and close the background layer.
We are turning off the background layer because later we can know whether the sky replacement is happening or not.
That is why we will take its copy.
We'll double-click on Layer One.
So as soon as our layer style is open, you will see an option “blend if”.
and our sky's color is blue.
so we can change that easily by going to Blue Channel here.
So for now, it is gray by default.
And we'll click on it and go to Blue.
As we go to blue You can see that Its channel has turned blue.
So I am decreasing the blue color. It means I am reducing its highlight.
Here we can convert it into two parts by pressing on Alt.
One part will remain on this side and the other part will remain on that side.
As you guys can see, I'm reducing its
highlight. Along with it, Our main building is also being reduced.
We won’t stress about it because we have our background layer.
We will match it in the end.
No details will be lost.
And even if the sky remains a little, there is no problem.
Because we're gonna match this with our blue sky.
So there won't be any problem.
I'm pressing ok to it.
We will take our sky in our main document layer.
and we will get it matched from the middle.
We will make it bigger overall.
And we'll take it down from our main layer.
And we do ctrl J to the background layer, turn it on.
And take it above the background.
So our background layer is above our sky.
Simply by pressing alt, black mask it.
we will know through this.
And how will we know which area is Remaining?
So we'll select our sky and take the solid color from here.
We will take the red color from the solid colors.
So that we get to know.
If we use the brush tool, then our white part will be shown.
And the black part will hide it.
So we have to show it. Then that area will be shown,
That’s why we have to show it, so we'll take our hard brush.
And we will increase the size of the brush a little.
we have to do this very carefully, we will do it precisely,
So none of our details are left out there.
And even if some of the parts happen like this.
no problem because our sky is blue and it will match with blue itself.
So there is no problem with that.
Our main detail should not be mismatched.
We are getting a lot of benefits from this red color, and we know which part is being mismatched.
And we know details are getting missed.
So we can easily cover up our details.
our main detail should not be missed.
Now it's done and I turned it off.
So, we have to retain our old sky.
And again we'll edit that a bit.
So it gradually matches with our sky.
And the sky we have is very bright, so we will give it some hue and saturation.
And we'll make it a little saturated.
we will make it match a little with the color, with our previous color.
And the effect that we are able to see, we will remove it a little.
As I told you that it would hide with Black, so here I have pressed backspace and taken the black color from here and we will remove this much part.
So successfully our sky replacement will be done.
And our details are also not gone.
And if you have a straight line here then you can remove it very well by selecting one point and end at the second point by pressing shift.
As I am doing, this line is straight, I am doing it by pressing shift, it will be removed equally from all the sides.
We will make the brush very small because we want it in detail.
By pressing backspace and making it white, whatever its details were, I have brought it back.
And now I am hiding it from here.
We will Increase the brush size a little so that our work happens at speed.
I'm doing very slow right now.
Our details should not be lost.
And you can do sky replacement by using this method.
And a new feature is coming in Photoshop 2021, in that you will get the option of sky replacement in edit mode here.
you will also get an inbuilt sky that too with reflection.
And you can easily replace it.
And with this method also you can replace the sky.
Here I will reduce the size of the brush because the detail is too small.
You have to do this precisely.
I hope you are practicing what I am teaching you guys.
If you are practicing then only you will be able to make a portfolio and all in Photoshop.
Here the detail of my wire was gone, so I have taken it back by pressing backspace and making it white here.
I will increase the size of the brush so that I can remove it here easily.
Now you guys can see that our sky replacement is done easily.
Before it was like this before and now it is like this.
Our sky is easily replaced and the wire that was here has been removed.
Our building also matched the sky in a good way.
First We will save this file.
We will name it a ‘Sky Replacement’.
So I have kept this image open, we will give it a wet glass effect, that we are going to learn today.
So first of all this is our image and we can call it our subject. This is our glass subject.
Which will come above it.
And we will increase it gradually and proportionately.
So it doesn't look fake.
Then press enter, then give the screen effect so that it looks bright.
You can check which effect looks good on it.
First of all, we will give it the screen and by pressing Ctrl+J we will make a duplicate of our background.
Original layer will be made.
What will happen with that?
we will know in the end.
Now we will give it a gaussian blur and close this effect.
So that we can see how the blur effect is happening.
Select > filter > blur > gaussian blur.
So you guys see, blur is looking really bad and this blur effect won't work.
Now we will give it a box blur effect.
We will increase the radius a little.
So we get to know how much blur has happened.
And for now we are keeping it at seven.
Let's close the glass effect.
So this part of our glass will be more transparent and this other part will be even more transparent so we have to do a selection of it.
How will we do selection?
Through the color range.
Let's do the selection, select > color range.
So first of all, sampled colors in selection.
And its fuzziness will remain lowest, one to four.
We will select localized colors.
And you can choose grayscale or none here.
For now keeping it none.
we will select our gray area.
Keeping here point samples only, So that we can easily do the selection.
Nothing else should be selected.
Then we will give our selection a blur effect.
I am adding the selection by pressing Shift, Where we want to blur.
Then we will convert it into grayscale and we will check its fuzziness.
So how will the selection be, we will know from it.
We will keep the range high and the selection will be of this type.
I'll do it ok.
On top of this layer, we will create another layer.
And over there I will give it the black color.
I have given black color.
Now I'm selecting Ctrl+D.
Now here in the blur which was given in the filter option, we will give it the blur box one more time.
So this is our blur.
And with this clipping mask and blur effect will also be given to it.
Filter > blur > box blur.
We will give a little bit of blur so that we keep getting transparency.
Keep it at three.
I'm doing a mask with alt.
Where we need it, we will take it there only.
Like We need Blurriness here.
After that it will come here then we will take a soft brush.
We will reduce its flow a little bit.
We will increase the brush size a bit.
Which is our selection, we click it with ctrl.
And which is our acute layer, we will click on it.
And mask it with the help of alt.
Only this much part will be visible.
And now, let's lower its opacity a bit.
So our wet texture, turned on glass and layer zero.
And we have done a clipping mask with the texture.
And converted it into hard light.
Now out of this, we have to make the saturation a little bit low.
So click on it and you will go to the hue and saturation, and decrease the saturation.
But we only need that much saturation which will work on the glass.
So we will use a clipping mask, then the saturation will be down.
And a little bit will do a color correction to it.
So To do color correction, we will use the curve tool.
We Will give a slight dark tone in the curve tool.
A little light is coming in here.
We want darkness here.
So I will reset it.
So now it's done. After that we will take another new layer.
We will have black color in it.
Black color will remain and we will reduce its opacity.
Let's darken it a little.
We Will mask this too with alt.
So wherever is needed, we will give in that much part only.
More of the flow.
Now it is not working so I'll delete it.
Let's take one more layer and fill black color.
And do white masking.
Properly we will minus it then it will work only in that part.
Let's take one more. Take levels in that.
darken it a little more.
So it looks good.
then add color lookup in it.
in color lookup Look for Foggynight , 25script, crispy bomb.
we can see and use whatever looks good.
So for now I am taking this and reducing its opacity a little.
we will take this look only for its fill up.
We will take another layer which will have black color.
Its opacity will be completely down.
And the area we want dark, we will darken it a little.
Because it's light coming here is too much and we don't want that.
So this is our wet glass effect.
In the same way, you can add more images like this.
I have another image that I'll add to show you.
Here is our image, we can also do this by adding this.
Till then First of all ctrl+G to this, it will become a group and will be closed.
copy our main layer. What did we do first, blur and then apply a box blur effect.
In Box Blur, we gave it a slight blur effect.
Because it's going to be below the background.
Then we will make our image rasterize but my image is already rasterized.
So now I'll press ctrl+T.
And we will increase it gradually with alt.
So this has become large enough.
Then go to select, go to Color range.
select this and remember fuzziness should be lowest.
From grayscale, come to none.
With the shift we will select our area which is gray.
Here localize color is done .it means the color which will be here will be selected automatically.
Still We will take some time and give the selection properly.
So that we will get the look and fill very well.
As soon as we get this, we will increase the fuzziness a little.
Our range will remain a hundred.
We can do more selection as well.
because no proper selection is made here.
After this selection ,we will press ok.
And our is the main layer which we blurred,
We Will give it the clipping mask with the alt.
So it will be blurred.
From here we will change its filter.
Hard light it.
little opacity down.
And the hardlight we have, reduce its saturation from the hue and saturation.
After reducing its saturation, clipping mask it .
So we will get a screen type effect.
our image which is blurred, it is not blurred properly.
So let's select it, go to Filter then go to Blur, then we will click on box blur.
We will blur it more.
So you guys must be able to see how well it is getting blur when the drop comes on her eyes.
So in this way it will work.
After that we will do some color correction to it with the curves.
We Will darken the image a bit.
And the reddish tone which is in the image, we will decrease it a little.
We will get the overall darken image.
If we increase a little bluetone, then we will get the water effect properly. Because water drops have a blue tone.
Now it's done.
After that we will use color lookup to give it overall fill.
Then I have selected it and I can check it with the arrow key.
Which color lookup would be good that I can use?
So now we'll click Color Lookup once again.
color lookup 25, lets see which gives a better look.
So this one is good and we will reduce its brightness a bit.
To get the Overall fill, we can add one more color lookup.
Add this and decrease its brightness.
After this, after selecting everything, press Ctrl Shift +Alt.
We will get a final image.
We will make a group of everything else just for safety.
we'll go to Filters and Camera Raw filter option.
as we studied in the previous lecture.
so give the overall fill from here whatever fill we want.
the exposure will be a little less.
We will increase the contrast a little.
The highlight that is coming on the face will increase a little.
We Will give a little more shadow to its shadow.
And the one which is our Whiten will go to a little Blackistone.
And in black we will increase the whiten tone .
We will give a texture to it, so water droplets are clearly visible.
We will decrease the clarity.
With the help of dehase we will give it an overall foggy look.
A fog type effect will be visible on her face.
We will use split toning to give its highlight.
So that we can get the fill.
After giving saturation we can use it.
Which look do we want in the shadow.?
So our wet type effect is done.
As you can see, water droplets are looking very nice.
If you want to add more water droplets then you can copy it once more and rearrange it.
So you will get the fill.
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To access the Actions panel, go to Window > Actions or press F9 on your keyboard. Then, select the Create new set icon, give the set the name Wet Glass, and then click OK.
In Photoshop, the wet glass effect is a very common problem. It is caused by the fact that the wet glass effect is a reflection of your color temperature (Wet Glass). When you use white in your image, it will look like a blue-ish tint on your image. This will be visible on images with large amounts of blue.