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    Shutter blending: how to combine images at different shutter speeds

    | Photoshop Tutorials | Tutorials | 24/04/2014 00:01am
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    Shutter blending step by step – steps 13-15

    13 Add a grad

    The bottom-right corner looks a little too bright, so we’ll re-edit the layer in Camera Raw. Double-click the cyclist layer thumbnail to send the image back into Camera Raw. Grab the Graduated Filter tool from the Tools panel and drag inwards from the right corner. Set Exposure to -1.65, then click OK.

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    14 Desaturate the road

    The road from the traffic trails layer looks too yellow compared to the cyclist layer, so double-click the thumbnail on road_before02 to send the image back to Camera Raw. Grab the Adjustment Brush and paint over the road, then set Saturation to -44, Exposure to -0.20 and Clarity to +15. Click OK.

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    15 Make a new layer

    Hold Alt and click the Create New Layer icon in the Layers panel to access the New Layer options. Name the layer ‘Dodge Burn’ then set the blending mode to Overlay and tick ‘Fill with Overlay-neutral colour’. Click OK, then grab the Brush tool. Set the colour to black and press 1 for 10% brush opacity.

    Shutter blending step by step – steps 1-3
    Shutter blending step by step – steps 4-6
    Shutter blending step by step – steps 7-9
    Shutter blending step by step – steps 10-12

    Shutter blending step by step – steps 13-15
    Shutter blending step by step – steps 16-18

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    Posted on Thursday, April 24th, 2014 at 12:01 am under Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials.

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