How To Change Background any Photo In Photoshop?
how to change the background of any photo in Photoshop and you can see before right here and the after here it’s a pretty dramatic change and I showed more than just changing the background I show how to integrate the foreground with the background and make it a more realistic composite so let me show you alright so to start you’re gonna need some source files to follow along with this tutorial and to do that go to my website common designs command-click on the free lessons and you’ll find the tutorial that.
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we’re recording which is not here yet because we’re recording it but uh let’s imagine it’s this one just click on it and if you don’t have to create an account on my site you can do that for free up here’s this create an account once that’s done you can just click on big blue button download source files alright and that’ll download a zip file that contains this folder and in here you have a dancer and a forest alright so the first thing we’re going to do is open up but open them both up here and I got the forest and I got the dancer right here alright so we’re gonna start with a dancer let’s zoom in here I’m doing a command plus actually.
I want to make this a little I want to use this space a little better alright so what I want to do is take this dancer and extract her from the background it’s pretty busy and it’s thankfully a little out of focus that’ll help us but I still need to outline it so, in this case, I would use the quick selection tool which is basically the other magic wand and I’d start off by just going around here and I want to select everything but her all right and so the whole background here let’s get this all here okay and I just kind of closed in on it if it takes her legs like it just did hold on the Alt key to make it a – and just – out her legs okay don’t want we want everything but her.
so like that and here at the green and here the green here okay and all this and this and sometimes it gets a little tricky when you get colours that are very similar and we can almost come in here and edit but for now that’s pretty good.
You can also just take the lasso tool I use the polygon lasso and just hold on a shift and add any of the things here that are very obvious like the car and the rest that’s the background here see and let’s go back to this tool and I still have some over here let’s do that L for lasso or M for the marquee and just add hit on shift and just add this chunk here and this alright so we’re gonna go and zoom in a little bit and get a little bit closer so hold on the control of the option key to make this a little bit smaller and that way you can go in here and add this Bart this part that’s pretty good okay maybe a little here even smaller.
Change Background any Photo
I wanna kind of get in this little green area it’s not so sometimes it doesn’t get all the pieces you want alright this hand needs to be included so hold on the eltz – – that out remember we’re selecting the background not her right now okay so hold on the alt I really want to make sure all her fingers are there and that’s pretty important obviously okay anything here we’re semi-transparent you can just kind of leave that that’s for the second part of this process which I’ll show you in a second so get this in this is pretty clean oh this is pretty clean okay let’s make sure that we got her full legs her feet we’re a little cut out so let’s just hold on the Alt key there and we want to get a cleaner selection of this I recommend going into the whoops under that the a quick mask mode after and we can just kind of brush it but for now let’s let’s just do this we got here let’s just take that out we don’t want that okay all right so that’s good enough for now zoom out a little bit and once.
You have this basic collection I inverted command shift I or on a PC control shift I or you can just go here select and inverse so once this is done I click on the selected mask all right so this takes me into this sort of alternate application let’s go ahead and just make this smaller I got a I got to make this smaller somehow because it’s hiding it’s interesting that it’s doing this but let’s just I’m just gonna they’re gonna I’m just gonna bring it down here for now all right we’re doing this so once I’m in here this shows me that it’s black background which is pretty useful so that way I can see if I’m selecting this properly or not and I can I can basically tell it to do some edge detection so like it’s it was the middle of it so you can see better there were two hundred percents all right so I do not want this area but one here your Clinton what I want is that I wanted to find the edge a little better so let’s just increase this radius just the touch and you see how it’s kind of becoming smarter about it about that edge okay that’s take two in the second brush it’s basically telling it where there is semi-transparency the refine edge brush so like let make this a little smaller and said here there’s some transparency.
So I brush that in I brush the edge of the hair and I’m basically telling it recalculate this area there’s some areas in here that are somewhat semi-transparent so please go in there and recalculate same here all the edges of this skirt which have semi-transparent areas I wanted to kind of reconsider where those edges are pretty simple all right here’s pretty clean yeah that’s pretty clean maybe a little bit up here see sort of semi-transparent okay and then here I need to clean up so all right we’re good with that for now and let’s just hit OK and yeah I put is a selection alright so now once this is done I do want to clean up because.
I would do one a pretty perfect selection so I’m gonna hit Q which brings me to a quick mask and in here if you go to channels you can switch between just the mask or a mask with the channels so I’m gonna go and hit B for brush and my go to brush is a 45 size 85 hardness and that works pretty good usually at a at a high resolution file at a hundred percent there’s a little big for two hundred percent and most of my selections I do it actually at three hundred percent because you can get really nice and detailed but in that case you want a probably a smaller brush something like 25 but I keep that 85 because.
I wanted a semi-hard edge so that I can still edit it and I don’t want it to be completely hard because that looks you know to cut out and I don’t want it too soft because that it’s not committed enough to what’s selected or not so in here you can you see that that’s black and whites so black means it’s being selected and white means it’s nuts okay now that’s not the default the default is actually when you double click in here you see the default is masked area so what this is what the default would look like see everything that’s masked out is what’s not selected so I prefer painting what’s being selected so that’s just an old method of doing that and that’s why this area is master red alright so I’m going to go ahead and zoom in even 400 and I want to get rid of some of this extra fuzz that’s out here.
So I hit Y I had X to switch this to white and here we go just take this out that 50% opacity needs to be at 100 so just bring it there shortcut is just holding out there’s a 0 on the numeric keypad I’m just gonna take some of this fuzz out but what I’m more concerned about is this edge over here and you can really see it better here see that edge it should be a nice clean soft edge I’m gonna go ahead and make this even smaller 15 on the X for black alright and here you go I’m just gonna and what I’m doing is I’m clicking and I’m shift clicking hold on a shift and what that does is if I click here and then I shift click here it makes a line between the two so it connects those two dots and that’s a way to kind of make a nice smooth edge is with a semi soft brush and you shift click and now that edge is gonna be really nice and smooth and we can turn this back on it for one but it’s nice it’s kind of easier to see the edge when that’s off okay and I do this just for areas that are sort of kind of it seems a little right look at that that doesn’t look like a clean selection right so going here and this bracelet should definitely be in there you don’t take a bracelet out so something like this and I kind of just smooth it out.
I usually when I use this method I actually start off with the quick selection meaning the quick mask brother and then I finish off with the parts that have semi-transparency like hair and in this case the skirt alright so pretty simple sometimes this takes a couple minutes it’s never that long usually people are like hunters manual work and it’s gonna take too long but really we’re talking about me maximum ten minutes and in the end you have a perfect selection which is always worth it so something like this and something like this okay see you down here I always kind of turn it on see what I’m missing or something okay this is pretty good I hear some different weird I’m gonna give her that this this I definitely want to keep that semi-transparent that’s pretty cool keep that in there and what do I have here some some noise in there but I can get rid of that later in a different way that I’ll show you it’s kind of hard to see it into some in this mode.
So all right here’s where it really gets kind of tricky so what I’m actually going to do here is take the marquee tool just take this up to around here because I feel like this whole selection was bad and I’ll delete just kind of fills it with white which basically means not selected go back to the brush and I’m just gonna redo this manually so black to select it in my case I’m gonna make it even smaller just a 10 pixel brush to 500% alright and once again holding down shift and click click alright once this is done it’s going here to the magic wand and just selecting here and I got to select modify expand let’s just do five pixels and fill it I’ll bleep with the foreground color which is black which means I have a perfect selection okay alright so now get out a quick mask now this is become a selection and I can come here and to turn it into masters click this button right here right so we’re pretty clean edges it’s a little hard to see on this checkered background which is why I usually don’t use it but in this case I’m going to create a new layer just put it right behind it and I’ll fill it with black.
So I can really see what we’re talking what we’re dealing with so I have some green here some weird skin tone here some green here what I do in this case is I try to get rid of most of that or all of that with will have a little little problem here with the selection so let’s just go clean that first brush and white and let’s just shift click this in here yeah sometimes the edge gets a little rough especially we have such a busy background that tool has a hard time determining foreground from background all right so to get back to what I say I use Dodge and burn all right very simple so I mean very simple when you understand how this works this mask the black area is hiding or concealing the background and the white is revealing it so and in between here there are shades of gray so if I burn.
I’m basically gonna conceal more all right so let me show you here mid-tones and let’s just do 50% take a smaller brush and I’m just gonna burn in here and you see that it just I just add it look before after before the minutes you can really see it see before I had a little green here little skin tone here whatever that is and I kind of just burned in the mask and I still kept on my detail so that’s good and let’s do it here a little bit I don’t know what that is that’s oh that’s gonna need more than just a burn tool so I hit the brush it’s got really small here and I might actually just make the hardness zero for this one because I don’t lips black to conceal and still to attend that’s pretty good okay something like that a little soft but I’ll deal with it go back to the burn tool and just kind of burn it in there burn a little here here’s snails some some over here so just burn that if something were lingers I just take it out with a brush most of the time just burning it out it does the trick so that’s nice right okay so it’s a nice little trick in here Sam I when I just kind of burn it in a little bit it’s a nice little trick and another thing you can do to do it overall it’s a like everywhere around here you have a little bit of a fringe guess.
What you can just open up the levels and those are the levels to the masks so if I go this way I’m going to bite in and if I go the other way I’m gonna I’m gonna expand you see you can see all the edges so this kind of lets you in post-selection determine how far or how much you want to kind of eat into it and let’s say you like it but it’s a little too sharp well it’s pretty simple before you do that just go into the filter add a tiny bit of Gaussian blur not six points let’s do point two and let’s see what that edge looks like before after could go a little higher let’s do point four before after the preview here it’s very very mild but that little bit of blur is helping you so that when you go to your levels in the mask you have even more pixels to play with as far as what’s being revealed or not okay alright I’m just gonna bring it in a little bit just to kind of get rid of some of the fringe around here and that’s pretty good okay so now we have our dancer we can get rid of this background and what we’re gonna do is convert this to a smart object so revert to smart object here okay so if we want to go in and change the mask or whatever we can always go and do that by double clicking in here and that brings up our smart object which is saved within this file but because I don’t want to if I change her in some way or I add any kind of effects.
I don’t really want to and I don’t want it to be destructive so I keep it as a smart object let’s go ahead and save this on my desktop dancer PSD just so that we don’t lose it okay next step is we’re gonna take this background here that I over here and let’s go ahead and just bring it into this other file okay you want to close this now so it’s a pretty small file but it doesn’t matter because I’m going to blur it considerably once again I’m going to turn this into a smart object once that’s done I’m going to bring it behind here and let’s go ahead and transform this so that it occupies the full width or a full height rather something like this and it’s not bad okay okay that’s pretty good I like that and okay now one of the things that I’m going to do there’s quite a few things I want to change this background first of all it’s much too busy much too sharp so as it’s a smart object we should actually name these so let’s call this forest and dancer very good habit to name your name you layers.
so in the forest we’re going to open up the blur gallery field blur and this is pretty cool this is going to create sort of a natural-looking blur as if done with a shallow depth of field so in here I don’t know bring it up run it’s dry around 40 and I do want some bouquet I want some light bouquet in there so I’m gonna bring that up there no let’s try this see you like that it kind of gives it a natural it makes it look real and then at the book head color so yeah give it some color you see that yeah like that okay it gives it some more work depth even and the light range I don’t know I don’t know if this default yeah you don’t you know it like that kind of like up here I had it what was it about 190 or something something like that okay now remember this is a smart object so this is actually a smart filter meaning you can come back and if you thought it was you know you can change it or whatever you can always come back and change it so pretty cool you see that smart filters I can go here say yeah you know what change it maybe instead of the 38 I want to do type in here 41 get a little more blur okay and so yeah anyway that’s uh that’s for that’s for that background and hit okay on this once you have so now we basically have our basic composite but there’s a few problems with this first problem is the color doesn’t really integrate with the foreground and the background.
so let’s go ahead and fix that one of the things I really like this technique create a new layer let’s call this vignette okay and I’m gonna head and fill with a 50% gray okay and here hit OK and it turns to a smart object and turn this to overlay okay now overlay with a 50% gray means it’s completely transparent okay and it’s a smart object because I want to add a filter which is a Camera Raw filter and what I want to add in here is pretty simple I just once if you go to the effects over here I want to do some vignette and I like the way that the the vignette effect is done in the Camera Raw filter so it’s kind of a nice sort of a natural pretty easy gonna kind of feather that more if you want it like it nice and feathered and I also want some grain because one of the things that that kind of makes it obvious that you made a composite is that the two photos were taken totally different times different cameras and different lighting so one may not have the same grain as the other in fact pretty sure it doesn’t not too much maybe that’s a little too much.
but like something like that and let’s look at what it did let’s zoom in a little bit to see what we did so before after now you see this is grain here that’s on both of them and it sort of helps marry them together it kind of just puts them together all right all right so that’s the vignette and the grain and we’re still some work to do but it’s definitely helped just that little bit definitely helped and we can always come back again it’s a smart object so you can go back in here and say you know what I want it a little bit more dark a little a little darker like that okay hit okay and we’re good so that’s kind of a cool trick all right now another one create another layer will call this lens flare you thought you’re never gonna use this but you are so let’s fill this with black and it fill let’s do black okay and again convert to smart object now it’s not a huge file so even though.
We have a bunch of smart objects it should work fine okay and let’s go ahead and make this into screen mode and now filter and render lens flare so what did I do I created black background and I made it screen and what that means screen means that anything that’s black is actually transparent and anything that’s white is nuts and the reason I’m doing this is because I want it to be non-destructive I wanted another layer that I can go in there and I can add another.r I can go and edit my lens blur if I want to so if I click in here and said okay and now I actually want to create a I like doing this um to goes so I add a second lens flare and I do it is the what is it you 105 I like mixing the 105 and the 50 to 300 and maybe turn this down a little bit Oh 85 fine hit okay all right so there’s very obvious lens flare there’s a few things about this lens for that I don’t like it’s a little too sharp and there’s too many colors so because a smart object if I go and I do adjustments and hue/saturation it’s a smart correction and I can colorize this and if I want a warm color which.
I do kind of go in here see what I could do I can colorizing right I’m assigning you that monochrome to the lens flare which is kind of cool so something nice and warm hit okay and another thing that I want to do is blur it’s too many little details too much little stimulus let’s try five it’s pretty good I want to have some of this but not not as much as it’s being shown here so I’m really trying to create a light source from this lens flare once I have done all the effects that I have I can move this as I want remember this is a separate layer in screen mode in fact I want it considerably bigger and I’m just gonna do that move for now I’m gonna go to my gosh and blur which I realized I think it’s a little too high let’s try five is that good that’s pretty good okay let’s look at that that I want to have a little bit of the details here see those that this this ring completely disappeared and the outside ring of this one disappeared once it’s all done hit command T I can’t see my lens blur because when you go into command T it actually hides all the smart object effects and filters but I know it’s right around here so I’m gonna hit escape I notice right here and I actually want it to be here up right above this and certainly bigger so hit enter on that okay it’s a little too high more like that’s pretty good let’s make it bigger something like this okay alright and it’s a little bit too other to go to the opacity over here it’s good 95 just a little lighter maybe even less 90 pretty good okay.
I am noticing that it’s now it’s to sharpen it up made it too much that’s a big go to the Gaussian blur it’s bringing it up to seven see what that’s like mmm more the nine was right could have been yeah see all right so here’s what I like two things happened I create a light source little maybe it’s a little heavy over here I can make it a little smaller I can’t grab the any of the points I just go in here hit the link button and type it in let’s do one seventy okay go return there we go all right bring it up I can actually like this better it’s a little there’s a little too big before my color is a little strong so the two things I like one of create a light source and two because I did a hue set with a color eyes on it it’s basically doing almost like a photo filter you see how it kind of colorized everything below it and what it does is because it’s colorizing just a little bit both the dancer and the background it’s bringing those two once again like the grain did with the vignette it’s bringing these two more to gets marrying them even better not totally done yet but it’s it’s certainly an improvement.
I do think it’s a little too rats I’m going to go and click on the hue set and maybe turn down the saturation a little bit and turn this up a little so I’m a little more towards the yellows and it’s not gonna show me the before let’s try me without it so let’s just whoops I didn’t mean to do that click on the hue set bring this up a little bit bring this down a little bit not too much something like this and hit OK alright it’s pretty good I think maybe a little bit to the right a little bit better something like that okay now why did I wanted to make it I originally made a small well if the reason is I wanted to have all the rings and if I did it up here these rings would be down here way further so to have it fully an I have to make it within the compounds of the layer and then expand that layer that’s the only way you can kind of trick that effect from the filter lens blur all right I think our lynnster layer is pretty good we can always tone it down a little more if we want it to but for now that’s pretty good okay so there is one other thing I want this to be the light source and the light source would essentially be mostly on her front and less on her back so let’s see how this is affecting it’s affecting everything pretty evenly so let’s create a little mask and B for brush let’s go with a pretty big brush and totally soft so no hardness and it’s pretty good and a return and then an opacity let’s hit 20 and I’m basically going to manually brush places.
that would be in the shadow if this light source is here the lights over here and this is the shadow this is shadowed so I’ll this left side is more in a shade so I’m going to do that kind of manually just taking it out right here right here a little bit I’m 20% because maybe it’s turn out to 40 make this a little bigger like so alright so the difference is before after it’s a minor detail but now the shadow is a little more in the is more in the shade if you feel like it was a little too much you can always just tone this down a you know less less of that which is it’s just view properties on this mask and the properties you can hit the density and just kind of tone us down so this is the density of this mask if I want to bring them back a little bit just to another there’s some density it’s just tiny bits okay so that is the lens flare and the mask of its I do want to kind of create a stronger highlight in this particular area which is supposedly the most exposed to the light source so to do that I’m going to command click on this layer the dancer or control click on a PC it has to be on the icon itself or it won’t work you can’t do it over here so come and click that and once you’re done with that let’s create a new layer let’s just call this highlight okay and this is a cool little trick what you want to do is go to paths so paths are Victoria yes and if you’re familiar with that I have a tutorial on my channel that you can check out on how to use paths and the pen tool it’s pretty simple but for the purpose of this tutorial just click on the paths and go in here and hit make work path it’s going to ask you the tolerance and I think the lowest is 0.5.
I usually try 0.2 and it tells me it’s the lowest is 0.5 and so I do zero point by it here so what did that do it turned my selection into a vector path alright which turn into what’s called a work path so you want to turn that into a real path by double clicking it and just calling it just double clicking it any name is fine like that so turning through it what was essentially a temporary work path into a now going to be saved with the file path alright the only part that I’m interested in is really from here all around here and to around here everything else not interested so go to the direct selection tool right here and then click select a few anchor points here just hit delete and do the same around here and deletes all right and maybe some over here delete now it’s basically separated the two I have all of these which I can now delete all and then these as well delete right so all I’m left with should be this side oh and one one a little anchor point right there so that’s exactly it alone I just want this okay and it’s the cleanest path but it doesn’t really matter for this what I’m going to use this path for is kind of cool go to the layers I created this this layer here called highlights and what I’m gonna do is go to my brush tool so be for brush and I’m gonna pick a brush that you could really pick any brush.
but I want to pick a brush these are all preset brush from the photo shops let’s try this one and what I’m gonna do is I’m gonna pick a brush that would essentially simulates the highlights right I’m gonna do it in white maybe make this a little smaller and then try this oh nice any hundred percent so make sure the opacity one percent and I’m just gonna see what does that look like not great why does it look gray interesting oh well that’s the that’s the actual brush it’s not actually totally white let’s try this one see what that’s like that’s pretty good it’s gotta I’m trying to give it something more than just a straight sort of a boring brush say me any of these could work I’m just trying to see what are these like this is pretty good trying to give it some pattern I think I like this one the best okay so what I do is I select a brush and I like in the size that I like which is that’s pretty good a little too big let’s go with a six point okay that’s pretty good and then I go to paths and I right-click here and I say stroke path and in that I hit the brush so that I it’s gonna take the brush that I had and I’m gonna say simulate the pressure so now it seemed lated its simulated the pressure so it doesn’t all just do it evenly I wanted there to be some kind of Ren Domini it’s a little a little rickety around here but we can we can kind of clean that up alright.
so now the highlight I just have a line if you can see that there’s just a line so it’s not that nice but what I’m going to do is first thing convert to smart object as per usual and then I’m going to a double click in here to get into the layer style and we’re gonna do a outer glow let’s just do white 100% opacity and let’s just make that a little bigger not too big something like that it’s pretty good ok maybe seven eight nine something like this I just want to make it like a almost like a like a lightsaber like it’s kind of a light source type of thing okay my my brush size may have been a little bit too big all right and you could try I’m probably not gonna keep it but I want to try the inner shadow and let’s do a biter shadow I mean inner glow let’s just do normal and you know what what could what if I did black what if I went in here would that’s soft in that edge a little bit it does a little bit but it’s not great.
I’ll turn it off it’s really what I want is that okay and I hit okay and I’m gonna turn your pass city down to hit V for the move tool and if you on the numeric keypad if you just type in a number like 50 turns down your opacity okay that’s kind of cool it’s kind of good it’s still pretty strong the biggest difference is that it’s white and there’s there wouldn’t be white it would be kind of a warmer yellow but for now that’s pretty good I can also just kind of blur the whole thing a little bit and that’s gonna that’s gonna lower the opacity so let’s go to like maybe two here so before after a little more let’s go to four before after so the problem with that is that it becomes a little too far away so let’s just do suits do a little one like a two and let’s see what this like it’s alright not a huge fan of this actually let me go back down to one I just want to get some of the rickety stuff out all right and then the other thing I’m gonna do is hit a mask beef a brush and I’m gonna pick a normal round brush and bring this up a little bit okay it returned and I just want to mask out this area I wanted to progressively leave here and here.
but maybe just a little bit there okay and I I’ll do like a twenty percent so up here in the opacity hit twenty and what I want is like I don’t want it to be totally even everywhere so I’m brushing in the mask here I want it to kind of disappear on here I want to be stronger here than here alright and kind of lower that in this end maybe a little less on her face so it’s kind of slowly bring that away and more on her because it looks more natural in her dress and less so in her face so I kind of just with a little brush I’m just easing out right here alright see that before I did all those Corrections it looks like that a little too sort of systemic or whatever and if I enable it it’s kind of easier nicer okay so that’s the little highlight which is kind of cool I’m happy with that and let’s see pretty good alright at this point I’m going to to not destroy anything I’m going to hit the command option shift e which creates a new layer from everything that’s visible right above on top of everything and once I’ve done that I’m going to convert this to a smart object okay and in here.
I’m gonna do some what what’s basically double processing so I’ve already processed everything in here and here here here here here all these different layers of processing once they’re all together I like to reprocess them in Camera Raw and what do I do in here I do some basic let’s say I want a little bit more contrast and I kind of want to bring the highlights down a little bit so do that and maybe open up the shadows just a touch something like this and I definitely wanna add some clarity just to give it a little more contrast something like that not too much i don’t don’t–i to affect the skin tones too much and and one thing I definitely want to do is add a little split toning which will definitely help sell the the merging of both of the photos together so in in this one I would do something [Music] something in the warmer tones for the highlights something around fifty something like that and I would I would bring it up maybe in the quarter like something like there alright and in the shadows probably a little colder so somewhere around here maybe the purples or blues something like that and not too strong I don’t want to I don’t my shadows to be too purple but you see how it’s kind of it kind of blended that image a little bit the blacks are a little bit purple and then highlights a little warmer but it applied it to both background and foreground which once again the more effects you do to both foreground of backgrounds and the more you edit the white point and black points of both at the same time the more those two are gonna be if they’re gonna feel like they belong together.
Which is the whole purpose of the composite and changing the background so hit OK on that and there’s a couple things so because I have my highlight here I really want to lead the eye to the top so I’m gonna add a new a new layer I’m gonna zoom out a little bit hit G for gradient and make sure I’m a foreground the background foreground to transparent and hit D for default and I just want to its what a basic gradient I’m gonna go from here oof that’s a little light let’s bring this well I like to bring it actually I can leave this oof let’s do 30% the brain is up here and then do one at an angle over here to kind of close in the corner maybe a little arrow here but really I’m trying to dark in the back the bottom to leave the eye more to the top rights so that’s that’s pretty cool pretty happy with that and maybe a little bit nothing in maybe a little more on this side bring it up a little more see I don’t know I just I like closing up the image a little bit it really kind of helps bring that together not that it needs it in our G b-but if you’re for some reason doing this in CMYK.
I recommend you put this on multiply that’ll really help sort of not have blacks that become great okay and then another thing that really helps and I’m gonna zoom in a little bit is I will add a warming filter which is the photo filters so go in here and do photo filter and I want it to warm so this first one’s good and as far as the maybe increase that a little bit like thirty per cent so you can see that before after it definitely gives it a cast but again it helps sell the idea that they were both sorts of together so I like that and you can almost be a little low contrast now so you can I would probably add a little S curve and realize this is upside down so if you have this by default let me just explain this I use a pigment ink but yours probably looks like that alright so in my case the shadows on the right.
so I do I want to increase the shadows and want to maintain my quarter tones right here so give it a little lighter than that it’s a little strong but something like that and see that before after yeah I liked a little added contrast so there you go that is the full changing of a background and a few little tips along the way all right well.
Change Background any Photo
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