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Instagram Nashville Effect in Photoshop

Posted on 20th March 2019
1 - In Photoshop, open the Image you chose to work with.



2 - Go to the “Adjustments Panel” and create a “New Photo Filter Adjustment Layer”. Choose “Warming Filter (85)” and set the “Density” to 25%.





3 - Create a “New Color Balance Adjustment Layer” choose “Shadows” in the “Tone Tab” and use -25, 0 and +25.





4 - Now, choose “Highlights” in the “Tone Tab” and use +20, 0 and -20.



5 - Create a “New Black & White Adjustment Layer” and choose the “Default” preset.





6 - Change the “blending Mode” to “Screen” and lower the “Opacity” to 25%.



7 - Create a “New Color Fill Adjustment Layer” by clicking on the small Black and White circle on the bottom of the “Layers Panel” and choose “Solid Color”. Use a shade of Blue as “Fill” color (we used #075598).







8 - Change the “blending Mode” to “Exclusion” and lower the “Opacity” to 45%. Click on top of the “Gradient” on the “Properties Panel” to open the “Gradient Editor”.





9 - Create a “New Gradient Map Adjustment Layer” in the “Adjustments Panel”.





10 - Choose “Foreground to Background” (Black to White), select the first “Swatch” (Black) and double-click on the “Color” to open the “Color Picker” window. Change the color to a light blue (we used #02bbee). Leave the second “Swatch” as White.







11 - Change the “blending Mode” to “Soft Light” and lower the “Opacity” to 25%.





12 - Select all the “Adjustment Layers” (use the “Shift” key) and “Group” them together by clicking on the small “Folder” icon at the bottom of the “Layers Panel”.







13 - Check it out.


by @lornacane

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