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Can someone explain how to make these effects with images in Illustrator?

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Oct 20, 2022 Oct 20, 2022

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Could someone please describe in detail how these types of effects are achieved, what are they using, whats the process?

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Illustrator is (mostly) a program that works with vectors. Those are raster (bit-mapped) images. I'd ask the question in the Photoshop forum.

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Illustrator is (mostly) a program that works with vectors. Those are raster (bit-mapped) images. I'd ask the question in the Photoshop forum.

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They're just extreme adjustments like e.g. using Levels or Curves to eliminate details, combined with blur effects and something like a gradient map layer style to recolor everything. Otehr steps liek actualyl having to cut out silhouettes can of course be involved. As already pointed out by @Steve Werner it's nothing you would do in AI. This is photoshop all the way...

 

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