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Insta-Vintage In Photoshop

teacher avatar Jon Brommet, Crusoe Design Co.

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5 Lessons (30m)
    • 1. Intro

      1:02
    • 2. Photo Effects

      8:37
    • 3. Vintage Effects

      10:39
    • 4. Finishing Touches

      8:14
    • 5. More Classes

      1:32
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In this class we are going to go over a few ways to make Instagram inspired photo effects. They are really easy to make, and extremely customizable. They are also smart effects, so you can easily swap out a photo and have all the effects immediately applied. Stop using the boring Instagram effects and start really customizing your own unique effects in Photoshop.

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1. Intro: Hello and welcome to Insta-Vintage. This is a class in Photoshop and we're going to show you how to easily add some effects to your photos, or maybe some stock photos to give them a little bit more character and play off the Instagram filters affects. The beauty of this is that you're going to also be able to at any point go back and edit any of those filters because they will all be smart effects. It's going to be really easy to make changes to them, add or remove them, and just make them look good with a different photo. You can also simply with the click of a button, change your photo and have all of these effects still added to your new photo. It's going to be a really useful Photoshop file for you to keep and be able to use over and over again and it only takes a few quick minutes to actually set the file up. This class is great for beginners as well as intermediates because if you have no experience using Photoshop, I make it really simple to just follow the steps and not venture off too far into the depths of the tools. Or if you're an intermediate, you may make some things a little bit differently than I do, because a lot of ways to get to the finish line in Photoshop so I'm going to show you what I think is the fastest. I hope you guys check out the class and let's get started. 2. Photo Effects: Okay. Welcome to the class. In this class we are going to be taking some photos and adding some cool Insta-Vintage effects to them. Kind of like the effects that you get in a Instagram in the actual app. But this is going to give me more customization and control and allow you to experiment sort of until your heart desires. Then your designs or your photos are going to look different from the other ones on Instagram. It's kind of just a cool fun effect and of course if you're using the photos for something else, you can still get those sorts of effects that you wouldn't Instagram without actually having to use the app at all. Of course, in this class you're going to need Photos hop. If you don't have it, you can download a free trial at Adobe.com. I am actually going to be using some stock photography from iStockPhoto.com that I've actually purchased. I just like the photos. I think that they look really clean and professional and they're going to show off the effect well, and I didn't have any good photos myself. But I definitely encourage you to use your own photos or if you'd like to download some, you go to some websites like freepicked.com or freeimages.com. Both of those sites are going to allow you to completely free download an image and you don't have to pay anything at all and then you can use those instead. Do whatever you're comfortable with. But of course, if you have your very own photos, that's going to be ideal. First thing I'm going to do is show you how to set up the file. So open up your photo in Photoshop, and then if you have multiple photos, you can follow the steps I have. But they're just going to show you how to edit them and quickly change it. This is called a smart effect, meaning that you're really easily going to be able to swap out a photo without having to redo the whole effect or take all the steps again. It's going to be a really useful Photoshop file for you to keep somewhere on your computer and you'll probably be using it all the time if you enjoy the effect. First thing we're going to do is I'm just going to use this image that I have open. I'm not going to bother changing any of the sizes and stuff like that. If you want to do it for Instagram specifically, I would recommend making the image square rather than leaving it as kind of this landscape. But I like the look of this and it's going to be useful for Facebook and anywhere else that I want to post it other than Instagram which may crop part of it. First things first, we're just going to save it. Go to our desktop on the Mac and I'm going to call this Insta-Vintage. We'll change this to Photoshop file and you can basically just leave this setting embed color profile is fine. Go ahead and click "Save", and that's the first step. Once we've saved our file, what we want to do over here, is this image is not going to be editable with this lock on it. The easiest thing to do is hold "Option" or "Alt" on a PC and just click once on that lock and it'll just unlock that layer nicely. We can go ahead and we call this layer photo. I'm just double-clicking in the word right there. The good thing about this, if you never used Photoshop before is you should be able to follow along pretty easily because we're not really using anything too advanced and as long as you've just follow the step-by-step process, it should be pretty straightforward. So now what we want to do is right-click on this layer and we're going to change it to a Smart Object. This is important to make sure that the effects that we put on the layer are permanent and allows us to actually just swap out the photo. This part is a little bit confusing if you're new to Photoshop, but what I actually want to do is I want to double-click on this photo. Because it's the smart object, it's actually bringing me kind of into its own little document and you can see it's photo.psb. This is where we go ahead and we call this image what it is. You can call it driving couple. This is where we put other photos that we want as well. I'm going to go to this other photo with this lady with the hat. Again, I want to unlock it. I'm going to go "Command" or "Control A" on a PC to select the whole area, and then "Command" or "Control C" to copy it. Now I'm going back to the photo.psb file and I'm going to go paste, which is Command or Control V. Of course, these are just quick, easy. You can also just go to edit paste. I just like to use the keys because they're faster. From here, we want to make sure that this image actually fits the entire screen. So we're going to go "Command T", "Control T" on a PC, and holding shift as well as Alt or option on a Mac, we're going to drag that out until it's a little bit past the edges of the art board. Then we'll click "Enter" to accept those changes. Now we don't need this image anymore, so I'll go ahead and delete it. We don't need to save it, and we're just going to repeat this process on this other image. So Command or Control A, Command or control C. From here, we can already just close it, go back to this file, "Command V", we're going to go "Command T", holding option as shift, drag out and once you're past your edges, hit "Enter". From the start with, I think what we're going to do is we're going to use this girl as sort of the base of the filter effect and then of course you can always change it afterwards. With her in here we're just going to click "Save". So that's Command S or Control S on a PC, of course, and go to "File" and then "Save". Once you've done that, you'll see the saving and depending on the speed of your computer, it'll show the percentage. But once it's saved, you can go ahead and exit out of that and now our photo is changed to this. Good thing is that anytime we want to, we can just double-click this little thumbnail and we can change the photo and all the effects that we'll have setup will automatically be applied to that photo once you click "Save". From here we're going to add some cool effects. Now feel free because your photo is going to be different to, not follow every setting that I have here necessarily, but they're a good starting point to kind of get the effect that I want you to have. The thing we're going to do is add some kind of fun effects to it. The first thing we want to do is we're going to click on "Filter" and go down to "Lens Correction". There's a lot of ways to add a vignette. A vignette is kind of adding a shadow to the corner of your photos, that helps give it a vintage effect. There's a lot of different ways to do it, but I find this to be the easiest. Just go over and click "Custom", and here's your vignette and if you simply drag it, if you go to the right, it'll make it lighter and the left will make it darker. So I want to darken those corners just a little bit. I don't want to go too far or too crazy. Subtlety is definitely the key sometimes when you're doing the art, but I'm going to go with a minus 25 setting. Of course, go with whatever you are comfortable with and what you think looks good on your photo. The great thing about this being a smart effect, like I showed you before, is that at any point I can simply double-click on this. I can go back to custom and I can actually change that effect, so I can go much darker, much lighter, and so on. That's the great thing about having a smart effect is you can always go back and edit it. So we'll click "Cancel". Now the next effect that I want to add onto this is noise. Noise is great if we zoom in real close. This photo actually has some of the noise and that's the thing with a professional photo is they may have already put a lot of effects on it, but that's okay. We'll go down to "Filter", "Noise" and then "Add noise". From here, we're going to change some settings. Of course, this is much too high. We're going to drag this way down, and I'm going to go with about 12 percent or have Gaussian checked, and keep monochromatic checked. You can see basically the effect that it's adding. It's adding a lot of grain and stuff, but that gives it that vintage feel. Of course, if you don't like any of these effects, simply either don't add them or go over here and hide them and then maybe you'll like them on a different photo. Again, depending on your computer and the size of the image that you're using. I'm using a really high resolution image and it may take a second to add or remove changes that you have. If you hit that "I" don't panic if it doesn't disappear instantly. The next effect that I want to add on to this as a Gaussian blur that's going to take that noise that I just added and just tone it down just a little bit because the noise filter itself doesn't give you a lot of control. So go to "Filter", "Gaussian Blur". I think it's actually a Gaussian, but I have a habit of mispronouncing things. We're going to go real small. We're going to go 0.5, I just add a tiny bit of blur. I just like the effect again, if it's not for you, don't add it. The last thing I want to add to this is an exposure. I'm going to go to "Image", "Adjustments", and then go over to "Exposure". So with this window open, I want to leave the exposure the same and gamma the same and I'm just going to slightly adjust the offset, just dragging it a tiny bit to the right. Basically what it's going to do, is just kind of wash out some of the image a little bit. But I want that because that gives it a bit of the vintage tone. Now that we have our effects, I'm going to go ahead and start to add some of the kind of cool gradients some things that really actually give it the touch that you want. A lot of the things that we added in this video are very subtle and you won't be able to see them unless you're kind of zoomed in closer to a nice high resolution image. But again, a lot of the time it's the subtlety that really make a design or an image in a photo really effective and really eye-catching. We'll go on to the next video and we'll add the real filters. 3. Vintage Effects: Now that we have the effect added to the actual image itself, we're going to add our filters to it to give it that color and add a lot of that Instagram look that we're going for. Over here in our Layers panel, there's a little arrow beside the actual layer, and we're going to click that to hide everything we had there, but of course, if you click it again, you can easily bring it back and edit any of these effects that we've added to that photo. The first thing we want to do is go over to the circle with a line through it, and we're going to go to Gradient map. This is where a lot of our effect is going to come in and same with adding gradient fills over top of it. Both of those things are going to add a lot of different effects that we can add to it. If you haven't taken my color grading class before, it's actually using a lot of the same techniques and ideas that I use in night class and I explain them a little bit further and a lot of different ways to do it. This is actually a good class to start with first, and then you might really want to check out the color grading class, if you'd like the way these filters work, because it expands further on them. The first thing I'd like to do is basically make the image black and white. Using that gradient map, I actually have the properties already opened, but of course just go to Window and make sure that properties is checked, and you should have this panel open as well. Double click on your gradient there, and if you have anything other than what I have selected in your top-left, there should be a simple black to white gradient. That's what we want to start with for this. We'll click OK and we're going to bring this down a lot. But again, it's just going to take out some of the color and calm down the image a lot. We can affect this anytime we want because it's going to be editable. So we'll leave it at opacity 20 percent. Another thing that I like to have on it is, sometimes it's cool to add as if water had dropped on the photo, and we can do this simply using a clouds effect. Go over here to where it says, a new layer and we'll click that, and then we'll go to Filter, Render, Clouds. This effect isn't easy to really edit. It just adds clouds and every time you do it, they might be in a slightly different spot. After I've done that, I like to blur it quite a bit. So go to the Gaussian Blur and we're basically going to crank it or close to cranking it. Bring it down a bit, it's a little too drastic. Somewhere around there is fine. Let's go with 100, so it's a nice even number. Then what I want to do, is just simply take that opacity down. There's a few different ways to do this. You can double-click on the opacity itself, the 100 percent, and change it to 10 and hit Enter. You can hit this little arrow here and you'll find a little scrubber that you can move around. Or another trick that's makes everything a lot faster is, if you hover over the word opacity itself, you'll see two little arrows and a hand. If you actually click and drag while holding down your click, you can mess with that capacity really fast. It's just a nice way to quickly move or edit the effect. We're going to bring this pretty low. I'm going to go with that 10 percent that I mentioned before. Again, it's just washing it out. A lot of the times when you're editing a photo, you're doing the reverse of all the stuff. You're trying to take these things out of them, but when we try to add a fun effect and add texture and things were put them all on and we're basically trying to destroy the photo or at least part of it. In this effect, the main one is going to come from the gradient fill. We're going to go down here and we're going to click the same thing again, but this time we want to add a gradient. We'll go all the way up to the top one down and click gradient, and from here we've got our gradient fill. You can effect this with basically any way you want, but we're going to click on the Gradient itself. This is where we play with some color. For this one I'm going to add like an orange or red. We'll double-click on that black stop at the bottom, and we've already got my arrow over here, turning orange, red. We'll bring it somewhere around there, and I want a nice bright one, something like that is great. Over here I've already got it setup, but if you double-click this and you can make it any color you want, it could be white, it could be black. Whatever this color is, it doesn't matter because the little stop above it. If we click that once, we've got the capacity set to zero percent. This is already set up for me. For you, it may be at 100 percent right now. Just double-click that and hit Zero. Basically there's no color there were fading from that orange red color to nothing. At this point, we'll go ahead and click OK. Then this is where we're going to change the angle that it's on. This is going to be sorted depending on again, your photo on the look you want. I'm going to go with about a 50 degree angle, and I can leave the scale, align with layer, all these other effects can basically just be left exactly the same. At this point you might be thinking, this doesn't really look very good. But making one simple change to the opacity of the image is very key to this thing. We're going to go over here to the blending mode right beside the opacity, and we're going to click that. It should say normal right now, and depending on your photo, you can change this. But for this effect, I'm going to go down to Color Dodge. Now you can see there's a lot going on. We've added some really cool color, and just making that change is massive to the actual photo itself. Now that you've got to have the idea of the effects, what I'm going to do is with this layer still selected, I'm going to hold shift and I'm going to click down on this gradient map. It's select in all three of those layers, and I'll Command G or Control G on a PC, and that's putting them in a nice little group. Again, the arrows on the left, so at any point we can grab them. That's a good thing about this. Everything is editable at any point other than maybe that clouds filter, which we can drag to the bottom. You can go back and anytime and you can change this gradient by simply clicking over here on this thumbnail and you'll see it in your properties over there, any change you make say with this gradient, and you can make any changes that you want. It's pretty cool effect. It's not hard. You've got these mass on them, letters on blank. That's okay. But as you see, if you double-click, you can change the gradient. Pretty straightforward. You can call that effect anything you want. I know I was thinking about coming up with some cool hipster name, but I like to be effective and remember what the actual filter does if I'm looking at a whole bunch. I'm just going to call it orange slash red. Very clever I know. It's hard to deal with. What we want to do is, I'm actually going to hide that effect and I'm going to go Command J. Basically what I'm doing is, I'm going to duplicate that entire group that we had there, and now we can essentially call this anything we want, but I'm going to call it, oh, I don't know. Let's go with orange, flash Burgundy. We're going to put the eye beside it, so we're bringing that effect back. I'm going to drop down and I'm going to leave most of the stuff the same. I just want to change this gradient fill. I'm going to double-click on that little thumbnail here, and I'm going to click this gradient. We're just going to edit the gradient. You can basically do this unlimited and you can also select any of these crazy things that are going on. But I'm going to go back to the black and white, and we're going to double-click this black stop at the bottom. We can go with basically the same orange that we already had, and that another trick is with your mouse hovering over that stop, I'm going to hold Alt slash option on a PC and I'm going to drag over. What that does is, it adds another stop, then I'm going to grab this one over here on the right, and I'm just going to drag it roughly to the middle. Now if we bring this all the way to the right, so you'll see location 100 percent, let's select that middle line and will change the location of 50 percent. Now, everything's perfect. What I want to do is double-click on that one, and we're going to go with some dark burgundy color. Something like that maybe. It's all going to be based on your tastes and what you think it looks cool. We'll click OK and OK again. What I want to do here is, I'm actually going to bring that effect down a little bit, somewhere in there. That's a little bit of a subtle one, not a whole lot different, but now you can see what that effect looks like, and if we hide it with that effect looks like. I want to add some fun color just to the left. This one's adding color and affects all the way. These oranges and reds given almost like sun meme effect like the sun's hitting part of the lens, and that's what effect that I like a lot. I think it looks really good. Let's do it one more time just to really drive home how easy it is to affect things. Then we're going to add our little icing on the cake in the next video. We'll go Command J again, and of course, another thing you can do if you're getting stack your effects together, try experimenting with putting the eye on for some of them and not so that the visibilities is on or isn't. Maybe they'll look nice together. We're going to change this gradient fill again, and this time we're going to go a little bit crazy. Somewhere in here, you're going to find some crazy different colors. You're going to find ones like this that go from yellow to violet to red to teal. This one goes all the way to blue. Let's add that one for fun. Again, you can mess with these settings, you can move the stops around, you can change the colors or do anything like that, and we'll go ahead and click OK and OK. Now again, at this point, at least in my opinion, this doesn't look great. But this is where plain with some of the different blending modes is really going to make a difference again. I've already gone and experimented with these and I found that divide added the nicest effect, again is a little bit crazy, but we're going to lower it down. We're going to take that opacity down and then bring it back up and you have a different effect there. If you decide that you don't like that one, you can simply double-click it, go back into this layer and maybe pick a different color. Now you can see the effects live, and these are always going to look different on different photos. Maybe that photos doesn't look as amazing to you, but one of the other photos that I have, I think it looks pretty good on. So I'm going to leave it on for this. With that minimize, let's go back and let's put on our middle one right here. At this point it would be a great time to save if you haven't done so already. Let's command S or Control S on a PC. Definitely I want to be saving a lot, probably more than I just did that time. Just to reiterate how that photo is easily edited, if we double-click the thumbnail on the photo layer, it's going to open this photo dot PSB, and by simply hiding this layer and making this driving couple of layer visible we'll hit Command S to save. It's important you have to save it for it to actually affect it. Once that's finished saving, you'll see it's updating the smart objects in the actual file. It may take a moment depending on the speed of your computer, and we go back over here and now we've got our new image, but it's got all the same exact effects that we added to that other image. Again, you can experiment with these different colors. I like that this color combo on this photo. The different tones of your image and the different colors in your image are going to have different effects look better or worse on them. I like how this one looks on this particular image. This one looks really cool too. I just like that, bright red burning into the actual image. It almost looks like on an old Polaroid as if that client corner got too much exposure and burnt away at the film. Let's go onto the next video and add a few level extra effects. 4. Finishing Touches: Okay, so we've got the cool effects already applied to our photo in the first video. In the second video, we've gone in, add these nice filters that we can easily adjust play with the different color schemes. I only did three to show you, I should change this. We can call this anything we want. It could almost be considered a weird rainbow, so we'll call it Rainbow, just something that you can remember without necessarily having to click it on. Like I said before too, that you can go crazy and you can experiment with having different layers and different filters on at the same time and see what you think it looks cool. I'm just going to leave this one on right now. It doesn't matter which one. We're going to add just those little icing on the cake, as I mentioned before. Another thing that I like a lot is adding our actual lens flare. What we need to do is just click the topmost group and we're going to hit a new layer. It's above all that stuff is just important that it's at the top at this point and then we need to fill that layer with black. Over here you're going to see your foreground color is black and your background is white. If it's anything other than that, just hit the letter "D" on your keyboard and it will automatically make it that way. Now all we have to do is hit "Option" or add it on a PC and delete. That automatically as a quick key to fill the entire layer with black. It's important that your layer's black to actually add this lens flare on top of it. You can't add the lens flare on an empty layer. Now we're just going to go down to Filter and then Render, and then Lens Flare. There's a lot of different options, a lot of different ways to do this, so you can try the different types of flares with the movie prime and some stuff like that must be pretty crazy. I like this 50 to 300 millimeters zoom on. I'm just going to tone it down just a little bit, maybe 75. If you click in the actual image, you can move the flare around. In that driving when we had there was kind of you could consider a light source out here somewhere on the windshield. You'll want it somewhere realistic, that looks cool. We'll go ahead and click "Okay" with it set there. This one's pretty easy. We're just going to change the Blending Mode. Again, you can experiment with different ones, but I like Color Dodge for this effect again. Now we've got some really cool stuff happening with the light source over here. We've got these extra little flares and light spots and stuff like that. Again, you can try it with a rainbow effect. You can try it with the orange. There's a lot of different things that's an effect, that's not an [inaudible]. It adds a lot of cool tone and character to your images. Another tiny little addition that we can add are some scratches, if you want this thing to look really old and worn out, like you took a photo and scanned it, you're going to have some scratches. We're going to double-click on that layer where the text was and we're just going to call it lens flare so that we don't forget. We're going to add another layer on top of it. Let's double-click on that layer and let's just call it scratches. This effect's pretty easy. We're just going to change it so that the light is in your foreground. You'll hit the letter B on your keyboard so that you're hitting your brush. Over here near the top of your screen, this may be a different number than what my shows we'll hit the arrow beside it. We're going to make sure we're using a hard brush, which is usually the second one in from the left. We're going to change the size all the way down to one. Hardness can be 100 percent, capacity 100 percent, flow 100 percent. Just simply using your mouse or your track-pad or whatever it is. Let's just add some quick scratches. You know, you can spend all day doing this, you can experiment where you want the scratches, where it looks cool. Essentially all we're trying to do is make it look like there's some legitimate scratches in the image and like, maybe someone dropped their keys on it or something like that. If you don't like that effect, you don't have to have it. Again, it's just a little something to think about. The last thing I wanna do is add a border. For some reason I like a juxtaposition of having this effected image that's rough and been worn out and I'm putting a nice clean border on it. That's just my opinion, so I'll show you how to do that. There's a few different ways to do this, but the easiest one for me is to just add a new layer like so and we want to fill this layer again with black. Another way to change your foreground to your background is just hit letter X on your keyboard. That's a nice quick key. Hit option, delete again to fill it. Now let's go ahead and double-click on where the text is. We'll call this Border. This is key to add this effect, what we need to do is go away from the text over here on that layer with its selected and we'll double-click. That's going to open our Layers Style dialogue box. For here, all I want to add is a Stroke. By clicking on it, you should tick the little checkmark and it should show. I actually add mine already fairly well set up, but we're going to change the size. I'm going to go with about, I don't know, maybe 200, something really big and bold on a position to inside. Blend mode Normal, capacity 100, overprint is not checked. Fill type is Color and that color is white. Of course, if you don't want to white, you can click there and you can change it to anything you want. Once we've got that done, we'll just go over here and click "Okay." The key to actually making the show is just under this opacity that we've changed a bunch of highs on this class. You'll see a box that says fill. Clicking that and dragging that to zero percent means that black layer is now hidden, but you can still see the layer effect there. The thing that I like about adding x, there's a lot of different ways that you could add a border to your image. The thing I like about this is once again, it's really easily editable. Just by double-clicking on that word stroke, we've now opened the box and right here, I can change the size, I can make it small, I can make it large, I can change the color. I can make any changes that I want to it really quickly and easily. Of course, if you don't want it to be that stark white, you can simply drag the layer underneath our filter and our effects. Sometimes depending on the actual setup that you have, it's going to add some color and texture to it, but in this case the subtle, but they'll just give it that off, and you can see maybe if you're picking this up. I'll zoom in, you'll see a little bit of color. You're going to see the scratches going away and you're going to see some of this lens flare. Whereas if we bring this right up to the top, it's a nice stark, clean white, which is what I want from my filter. One more time, we're just going to go over here. We're going to cycle through some of the effects, maybe add some together with that one on. That's it. It's pretty straightforward, it's an easy effect. It's great for beginners and also someone who's used to using Photoshop can still benefit from it because you might learn little tips and tricks and a different way to do something. That's the thing about Photoshop as are so many different ways to do the same overall end, but there's a lot of different ways to get to that finish line. You may always learn away that you didn't know, or when you find useful or better. Which means also that you may have a version that's better than what I was doing, so go ahead and do that. I really look forward to seeing what you guys come up with. What kind of effects you know, I'd love for you to mimic mine as much as you want, or at least start with mimicking it, but then try and do something different too. Again, just doing little changes. You can move the sun source or show the lens flare and you move things around and change colors and depending on your photo, certain things are going to look cooler than others. I didn't show that one of the other couple, so let's double-click on this photo. Let's show this couple, again, you have to hit "Save." That's really important for it to show up. Even if I come over here, you'll see saving on there, once it's done saving, it'll actually update the Smart Objects and everything that's going on in here and it will pop in the photo. Again, I'm using a really high res images so it will takes a moment. Now you can see what this couple looks like. We can add some of these different effects. Try and add flare, take the flare off, no scratches and all these things. Even don't forget even these simple little ones with like adding the grain and stuff like that can be really effective and really cool-looking. I hope you guys enjoyed the class. I hope you learned a lot and I hope that you'll be using this filter lots to add some cool images to Instagram, social media, or whatever it is you want to use them for. Also, if you're interested in following more of my classes and see what else I'm doing. Please check out my profile. You'd be able to select all of my other classes and see them there. Definitely check me out on Instagram that's at Jon Bromit and I'm on every other social media at the same thing and my website is Jonbromit.com. That's J-O-N, no h in there and check out my Etsy store to buy some cool stuff. Okay. We'll see you later. 5. More Classes: You thought you got rid of me. I tricked you good. Here's one little quick video promoting myself even more, because I got to do a shamelessly I told you before, but it's instagram.com/jonbrommet. That's how you spell it. Follow me, check on my cool stuff. I'm a designer, illustrator, I do lots of other different things, including Skillshare classes, so check those out. You can also see jonbrommet.com. I'll show you my online classes, a bit about me as well as my portfolio. If you click "Shop", it'll bring you over to my Etsy page. I've got lots of cool pins, stickers, and then a mugs, pennants, patches; you name it, I've got it. I've also got a lot of cool stuff on the way. Lastly, on my skillshare.com profile; that's simply skillshare.com/jonbrommet. You'll be able to see everything I'm teaching. Of course, this class is not showing yet because it's not live. But if you click there, you'll see all the classes. I've taught 18 up until this point right now. A lot of them are going to be really cool, and I hope you check out. But if you really like the effects that I used in this class, the one that's going to be the most appealing to you, I think, is this Color Grading in Photoshop. It takes a lot of the lessons that we've learned here, and it really builds on them. It tells you a lot more about gradient maps and how to change different colors to evoke emotion and mood like they use in the movies. That's a really cool effect, and it'll help you learn more about how they trick you, and movies to have a certain emotion or certain field. It really piggybacks really well off this class. I hope you check it out. I hope you check out my other stuff. We will see you soon with a new Skillshare class. Thanks so much, guys. Bye-bye.