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Oct 07, 2020

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Hi All

I have just purchased PS, so a total novice.  A colleague who left our employement created this effect on a stock photo, and I need to replicate the effect for other photos.  Any assistance please on where to start and how I can achieve this look is appreciated.

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Tricia

 

 

Try 

Filter > Filter Gallery > Artictic > Cutout (as a Smart Filter of course)

or 

Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Posterize

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Support for a novice to replicate this effect on stock photo...thanks

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Hi All

I have just purchased PS, so a total novice.  A colleague who left our employement created this effect on a stock photo, and I need to replicate the effect for other photos.  Any assistance please on where to start and how I can achieve this look is appreciated.

Regards

Tricia

 

 

Try 

Filter > Filter Gallery > Artictic > Cutout (as a Smart Filter of course)

or 

Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Posterize

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What effect? The clipping? 

Without seeing th eoriginal is seems hard to guess what exactly they may have done in additional editing. 

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Hi

Sorry don't have the original.  I think I can figure out the clipping.  The photo has a slight 'cartooning' or shadowing effect applied, not sure what else to call it. You can see it has been applied to these photos as well, its notable in the face and clothes.  Hope that helps.

 

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Hi

Can you get a similar effect using Adobe Illustrator Image Trace feature

2020-10-08 08_41_02-.png

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I'd try the Posterize Filter. Here are some tutorials:

https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/37853/how-to-get-gta-type-cartoon-effect-in-photos... 

 

https://youtu.be/ZWzbLxj3-vg 

https://www.murrayslawannex.com/ https://www.behance.net/lesliemurray

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Thanks Ged, that looks perfect.

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Thanks for the advice, I'll give it a go:)

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Try: Select > Subject – then add a Layer mask.

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Thanks Derek, appreciate the advice.

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Try 

Filter > Filter Gallery > Artictic > Cutout (as a Smart Filter of course)

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Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Posterize

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Thankyou, I'll give it a go too.

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The second option worked perfectly if I also change the the fill to 30%.  Thankyou so much for the advice

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I hate to say this, but the banding on apparel and face looks suspiciously like the artifcats one would see when a full color image is saved as a low res GIF.  

 

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Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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