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Anaglyph 3D Effect Image in Photoshop
The Anaglyph Image is a 3D effect on a photo that contains two different filtered colors. In this Photoshop Tutorial, you will learn to create a 3D Effect on Photo. This is a fun and easy tutorial.
With the help of this tutorial, you can create a 3D image in Photoshop in a minute. You can create 3D images and use them while designing a movie poster or album cover.
Let’s begin with this quick and easy tutorial. Follow the below-mentioned step-by-step process:
Launch Adobe Photoshop and open an image as a new document.
Now I will convert the coloured image into black and white to make the Anaglyph 3D effect look more realistic.
Image > Adjustments > Black & White
Click OK to convert the image.
Press Ctrl + J to create a duplicate copy of the layer.
Select the duplicate layer created and click on the fx icon in the Layers Panel. Then select the Blending Options from the list.
In the Layer Style dialogue box, under Advance Blending, uncheck the Green and Blue color channels. Then click OK.
On hiding the Background Layer, your image will look like this:
Now unhide the Background Layer and click on the padlock icon to unlock the layer. By default, the background layer is locked.
After unlocking the background layer, select the layer and click on the fx icon. Select the Blending Options.This time in the Layer Style dialogue box, under Advance Blending, uncheck the Red color channel. Then click OK.
Select the top layer and then select the Move Tool from the Tool Panel. Now transform the selected top layer by nudging it towards left. Hit the left arrow key 5 to 10 times to create the Anaglyph 3D Effect Image.
Now select the Crop Tool from the Tool Panel and crop the unwanted part of the image.
This was a simple, quick and fun tutorial for creating 3D image in Photoshop.
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