Fun FX: Film Urban Blue


You know this effect. You see it in many moody period and urban movies — that cool, overcast, blue effect that makes it feel like winter whenever you’re outside. Well, this quick little action will emulate that style with just a couple of clicks!

Film Urban Blue Action

Description

The Film Urban Blue action will create the blue effect on a duplicate layer of your flattened image, utilizing adjustment layers and smart filters. When the effect is complete, you can choose to leave the layers in place to fine-tune the look, or you can choose to merge the layers for simplicity.

Details

Compatibility:

Photoshop CS3 and higher

File Size:

4 KB

 

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16 Comments

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  3. moamen-enoo says:

    nice action , thanks Karl

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