Use the power of Adjustment Layers and Blending Options to turn a bright daytime image, into a semi-realistic nighttime image. While these settings may not …

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Beshr Al Khateeb
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wow that was very helpful!

lVD channel
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thanks for this tutorial , i have questions : i have same photo but 1 in the night and 2 in the morning how i can make it one photo without the line between us ( photomerge )

Thota Saisharan
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waste off time!! doesn't look realistic

MTRAdmiralty
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Thank you for this video. Subscribed! You explain things extremely well – clear instructions and easy to follow.

Spartasaurus Rex
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Wow I never heard of underlying layer blending before. Thanks.

Vignan Nakka
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Can also use gaussian blur to fade out the moonshine triangle!
Also the lights under the poles should be there.

Teknolojik İnsan
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Amazing teaching! Thx dude I made my first manipulation work on PS with your support.

Ashley Winning
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way easier then I thought it would be! thank you!

‍1marcelfilms
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Can you do a tutorial for making fake party pics? I made this in paint comment image?oh=bc755bb9ffad20a8209662c51d412a9e&oe=562465C1 
from this  http://blogs.pjstar.com/eye/files/2014/01/ukraine052.jpg

Amante's Logic
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Great tutorial. I was actually trying to turn a skyline photo that was shot during the day into a night photo. Any suggestions on how to create that kind of effect so it doesn't take a thousand years? lol  I have a few ideas but.. these ideas are going to take hours upon hours.

Aurelian Radu
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I'm impressed by your knowledge of PS, but not by the result. The daytime photo was shot with a wide angle lens, but the moon was shot with a telephoto, which makes the moon waaay too big for a wide angle photo. Add to this the ridiculous cone of moonlight that looks like a searchlight and the moon becomes an alien spaceship coming down to hunt for humans.

Matt Mitchell
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Keep uploading. Your videos are very professional

Joe Panico
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Super tutorial Howard. Liked the "Blend if" technique. There was one little problem though. When you made the triangle of light that represented the light reflecting off the moon to the earth you were treating the moon as though it existed 20 feet above the trees. Of course, the moon is a large object 240,000 miles from the earth and its light is not tri-angled when it hits the ground. Just like the sun's light, the moon's light shines everywhere from all points in the sky. So all the trees in the image would have received moon light. Small point.… Read more »

Glenn Angel Nuñez Rodriguez
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This was insanely helpful and I learned a few new shortcuts along the way. Thank you very much

Ricardo García
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I'd been searching for something like this for a while! Thank you so much, everything was clear and simple!

ziggyroy
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Great tutorial. Thank you!

Sabrina Ledoux
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You give great tutorials ! Thank you so much

Kenneth Symicek
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Really good. I learned a lot. Thanks

marnienorris
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Thank u!!

Farhan
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you could use moonlight from color lookup.

Edward Gil
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luminosity mask

Saline Haddad
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SERIOUSLY! amazing!

Sara Garbu
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Brilliant

sherlene chua
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This helped me so much with my assignment , thanks ! ?

Lengo67
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Wow! Most helpful! Thanks!

Coley Denisestark
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Thanks Howard.