Invert Adjustment Layer-Make a Color Infra Red Effect Action

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Keep up with what’s new by liking my FB Fan page here: www.facebook.com Get my Photoshop Actions & Photoshop Videos at www.mamashansdigital.com Photoshop tutorial. Short and sweet “how to” for utilizing the Invert Adjustment Layer as a means to achieve a color infra red effect. Tutorial also shows you how to make an action of this process so you can simply click a “play” button to achieve it on any color image. Addendum 11 This video was done a long time ago. It has already been noted, years ago,  that YES you can use the Hue or Color Blend Mode for one INVERT Adjustment Layer. Silly me!–I just wasn’t aware of that at the time! So, in answer to anyone’s questions regarding this, and a math anomaly…. 1 = 2. (if the one Invert Adj Layer is in Hue or Color Blend Mode)

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Kentossul says:

i like it mama! 🙂

photoshopmama says:

Nope, no reason that I can see to use 2 when 1 does the trick. Thanks for bringing it up, as it is a good point, and it reminded me to add it to the more info link on the video.

Rastereyes says:

OK, I thought maybe there was something else to it… some other reason you would want to adjust these separately or something.

photoshopmama says:

This video was done a long time ago. It has already been noted, years ago, that YES you can use the Hue or Color Blend Mode for one INVERT Adjustment Layer. Silly me!–I just wasn’t aware of that at the time! So, in answer to your question, and a math anomaly…. 1 = 2.

Rastereyes says:

Is there a reason you are using these two layers instead of simply using one invert layer on ‘color’ blend mode?

AkoolStick says:

1:31, they should call it the “justin bieber icon”.

pokeguyz96 says:

but thats “infra blue” ?

littlexagnes says:

i done it like minute ago and it is great xD
thanks very much to show that 🙂

iamtheeconomist says:

boom…thanks mama

photoshopmama says:

I took shots in our backyard (Nikon D200)

girlrock555 says:

how and where do you find such large pictures ? 🙂

GuruPremo90 says:

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photoshopmama says:

Great tip, Phil!

philwww says:

Hi. The first couple of pics I edited using this video the final colours were a bit to rich. I added saturation -40% before following the video instructions. Vastly improved final images. Thanks for uploading this video.

Regards Phil.

Mark Willis says:

Thanks for that 😀

photoshopmama says:

I think you’re basing your response on limited knowledge of only black and white Infra Red. There is also Color Infra Red. Look up facts about Kodak Ektachrome Professional EIR film and broaden your scope. Color Infra Red and Black and White Infra Red are nothing alike.

Nuno Miranda says:

Horrible, this has nothing to do with real IR.

bryant40oz says:

cool stuff!!

photoshopmama says:

Absolutely, kudos!

photoshopmama says:

Where is your blog? I’d like to go see what you did, too!

auer1816 says:

This is wicked cool! I just went back and did a bunch of my photos — they look way cool. I think I’ll be posting my results on my photography blog tomorrow morning.

photoshopmama says:

I do know a fair amount about Photoshop, & try 2 share that-but also know that I will never know everything there is 2 know about Photoshop & I don’t think anyone can!There are just too many functions, filters, etc that can b combined in various ways which yield a myriad of different effects-Then there’s the brain leak factor-maybe I knew how 2 do that yesterday but 2day it seems brand new! LOL!

photoshopmama says:

Playing in Photoshop is an adventure! Been an Adobe Certified Expert since 1999 & I still learn how 2 do something new in Photoshop every day I play in it! (continued)

photoshopmama says:

Thanks! Don’t mind telling at all — I use Camtasia Studio with a Samson CO1U USB Studio Condenser Microphone! The most awesome screen recording software for a PC in my opinion!

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