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Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by Jacobic_☢, 4 weeks ago.

How do I make this kind of filter like this on the background? I would have a instruction for PS.

 

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Posted 3 weeks ago

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Posted 2 weeks ago Edited by RJay, 2 weeks ago.

1. Firstly, open photoshop (duh). Get an image you want.

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2. Invert the image by pressing ctrl+I. So the building will be changed to white colour.

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3. Create new layer and change it to your desired colour.

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4. Click on the image's layer, and change it to 'Lighter Color'.

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5. Voila. 

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Or you can do it another way. 

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Just invert the image.

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Posted 2 weeks ago

Finally an reply! Thank you for the instruction!


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Posted 2 weeks ago

Finally an reply! Thank you for the instruction!

Welcome. Just ask me if you need another help. ;)

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