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Copy Light And Inverse Paste

New Here ,
Feb 04, 2023 Feb 04, 2023

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I am using Photoshop Version: 24.1.1.

 

A portion of the bridge pillar in the attachment was not lit in Green. It usually is but on this given late afternoon and evening, it was not. I wish to copy the green light from the right to the left side to complete the green lighting on the pillar.

 

I have attached a portion of the photo that I am talking about.

 

Could someone show me please how to do this? If it is possible that is!

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Feb 04, 2023 Feb 04, 2023

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Here's one suggestion. Instead of copying the green from the pillar on the right, you could try to reproduce it. I did this quickly; you could probably do a better job taking a little more time.

I created a separate layer set to Vivid Light blend mode and a lower opacity, and painted the green.

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The green looked too dark so I added a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to lighten the color and increase the saturation.

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This is the result.

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Feb 04, 2023 Feb 04, 2023

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After you create the new layer and set the Blend Mode to Vivid Light, how do you do the painting?

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Feb 05, 2023 Feb 05, 2023

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I chose a green foreground color and used the Brush tool to  paint freehand on the layer.

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