Sunday, June 29, 2008

How to Make Your Photos More Beautiful using Adobe PhotoShop with 2 Clicks

I am playing with Adobe Photoshop today and guess what, I found a simple way to make unattractive photos into nice colored, nice contrast and attractive photos. So, this post will be about simple Adobe PhotoShop tricks for photos editing.

The best part of this is that editing the photos only require 2 clicks in the Adobe PhotoShop. I am not a pro in using Adobe PhotoShop and I normally use the Paint software in Windows XP. Even a Adobe PhotoShop noob like me can use this trick, I think you will be able to use this simple 2 clicks trick too.

Actually, the steps involved are quite easy. As I mentioned earlier, you only need two clicks to do it. It is quite simple and fast. You only need to follow the steps below and you could make your photo looks great only in a few minutes.

Before you do anything in Adobe PhotoShop, you will need to go to "File">>"Open". Then, choose the photo you would like to edit using Adobe PhotoShop. Open your photo in Adobe PhotoShop and then follow the 2 steps below:

Step 1:

You need to "Duplicate Layer". Right click on the layer of your photo and then click "Duplicate Layer".

Step 2:

Now, click on the drop down menu and choose "Overlay".

That is it. Everything is done and your photo now look much more nicer then before. Save it using the "save as" under the "File". Save it as JPEG or any other format you like.

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7 comments:

Az1 said...

I usually just click on Image > Adjustments > Auto Levels. to do the job or simply Shift+Ctrl+L on the keyboard.

Greenleaf said...

Hi az1,
Thanks for the comment. I will try out the way you use. :)

Greenleaf said...

Hi az1,
It seems that the way you use is not producing the quality as good as the way I use.

The image only change a bit and it is still not nice using your method. :)

So, I prefer using my method to adjust the my image.

Anyway, thanks for the comment. :)

molly said...

Thanks for the tips, learn something new today.

Greenleaf said...

Hi molly,
You are welcome. :)

EyeSoft said...

wow this is cool thanks for sharing ;)

Greenleaf said...

Hi eyesoft,
I hope it would be helpful. :)

Thanks for your comment. :)

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