How to make a Photo look like an Oil Painting in Photoshop

How to make a Photo look like an Oil Painting in Photoshop


In today’s Photoshop tutorial we are going
to apply an Oil Painting effect to a Still A link to the image I used can be found in
the description below. First open the image you would like to use. Change the name of the Image Layer to Main. Now we are going to apply the Oil Painting
effect Got to Filter. Select Stylize
Then click Oil Painting Apply the following settings You can also play around with these settings Then Click OK If after you click ok you cannot see the Oil
Painting effect, it could because you are using a large image and have the size set
to fit screen. You will have to zoom in using the Zoom tool
to see the effect Now we are going to enhance the effect. Duplicate the Image layer by dragging it onto
the Create a New Layer icon at the bottom Change the Opacity to 50% and the Blend Mode
to Overlay. Now create a New Layer by click the Create
a New Layer icon at the bottom the Layer Panel. Name the Layer Highlights Change the Layer Blend Mode to Soft Light Now we are going to highlight the areas of
the image that we light reflecting Make sure the Foreground Color is set to white.If it is not set to white, press D then Press X to set it to white. Select the Brush tool then select the Round
Soft brush Then change the brush size. I select 31px but depending on your imageyou might need to choose bigger or smaller brush size. Now paint over the highlighted areas of the
image. Once you are done painting over the highlighted
areas, you can turn of the Highlights Layer to see the differences. If you would like a written version of this
tutorial there is a link below in the description. If you liked this tutorial please give it
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  • Photoshop Amateur says:

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