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    This effect is it possible?

    hi,
    I am new here. I would like please to make a question.
    How is this effect is done.? Notice the mountainous surface but also the depth in some areas.? Something with filters in photoshop or is it smth else also. Please give me a light.
    Thanx and nice forum.

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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    Yes......Channels and displacement maps come to mind
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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    i made the following image using the "Plastic Wrap" filter.
    i just duplicated the original added the filter to that duplicate change the blend mode to multiply.
    brighten the original and duplicate to how you want them then merge layers and "desaturate" it.

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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    Thanx for the quick reply

    So the plastic wrap filter doesnt have so clear output.. (i tried a lot) Something with displacement map and textures. Is it possible this person has used a rock surface map or smth like that.? or just channels.? and when you say channels can you give me one example.? The mountainous effect i can archieve but this shadow lines that giving the depth i dont know how to do. :(

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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    i would say that is more to do with how the image was shot.

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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    I see..so it is an image from behind.? not channels and displacment maps like Tioga said. Is is very crisp the effect. For sure it is not plastic wrap.

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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    Have you got the full image for better clarification, no real need to crop to one portion as it will be evaluated regardless, thanks.
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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    Yes sure Paul. I am trying to do this 2 days now and i cant. :( Look how crisp is the effect. How he did this.?
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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    Looks like a photographic back drop (old sheet painted black - or paper) hung up in front of camera with lamp light maybe.
    The font looks shopped on afterwards as do the blood drops, just my opinion could be way off.
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    Re: This effect is it possible?

    xmm..so you think this cannot be done with photoshop. Because as you said it is a photograph from behind. And maybe a paper but very well filtered. Any other suggestions.?

 

 

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