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Toneback
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08/08/2020 3:32 pm  

Guys do you have any Ideas to remake this beautiful light ? 

Thats guys rock vu thé way https://instagram.com/mindz.eye?igshid=8i6nbrovbn6l

I trying to screen mode or soft light with a back Mask to remove back tones but It's note that...

Can you help me ?


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Maria
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09/08/2020 5:54 am  

 Can you upload an image of yours to which you’d want to create such light efect?  If could help with demonstration.

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Mike Singh
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09/08/2020 10:11 am  

Have a look at this video

 

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Maria
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11/08/2020 2:02 am  
Posted by: @toneback

This one too

@toneback  It seems that you have already done that to these 2 images;  I particularly like the one with the car.

The "dehaze" option mentioned in the youtube clip that Mike sent the link to, seems to be a great option.  Dehaze is also found in Camera Raw under "fx" tab, but personally I'm using an older version of PS (and implicitly an older version of ACR as well), and that feature doesn't exist. 

BUT, the option "Glow Free" in Raya Pro 5 Dodge and Burn panel gives a very similar result (or better), and being able to do that inside PS makes it even more convenient, at least for me.  

Note:  If you want a warmer looking light (haze/glow), you may consider using a very light golden color to paint with, instead of using white.

Hope this helps.

 

 

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staum
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17/08/2020 4:47 pm  

Hi, @maria thats definitly true. 

In those shots the light has a bit of a haze and a blurry effect also. Maybe an orton effect just for the lights can help to achieve these results. 

If you are a master in photoshop you could paint some of the areas in the scene with a withe brush and change the settings to overlay, for instance. 


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