How to turn your photo into movie-like effect using Photoshop?


What you need to have: Adobe Photoshop
What you will learn: colour mood adjustments + depth of field effect + film effect
PS: ⌘ key for Mac users / CTRL key for Windows users

Colour mood adjustments

1. Adjust the Hue/Saturation: ⌘U/CTRL-U



2. Adjust the brightness and contrast: Menu > Image > Adjustments > Exposure…



Depth of field effect

3. Duplicate current active layer by dragging it to the ‘create a new layer’ button located at the bottom of Layer window.



4. Apply lens blur on the new layer on top: Menu > Filter > Blur > Lens Blur…
Adjust according to your own preference.



5. Click on the ‘add layer mask’ button at the bottom of Layer window. Then click and select the ‘Layer mask thumbnail’ (the white rectangle).


6. Select brush tool(b), set the master diameter to 400px. Then choose the focus point in the photo and click on it.




Film effect

7. Create a new layer by clicking the ‘create a new layer’ button located at the bottom of Layer window.


8. Fill the new layer with black colour: reset colour to default black & white (d), switch black colour to background (x), fill the layer (⌘-del/CTRL-backspace)

9. Set the opacity of the black layer to 70% by pressing ‘7’


10. Use erase tool(e), set the master diameter to 400px. Then start erase the center of the photo.



11. Flatten the image: Menu > Layer > Flatten Image and add noise: Menu > Filter > Noise > Add Noise…



Cinemascope (optional)

12. Add black bars on top and bottom of photo and it’s done!
Use Rectangular Marquee Tool(m) to select (drag) upper part of photo, hold the shift key and select the bottom part, fill with black colour (⌘-del/CTRL-backspace)


You can also add an extra step to twist the colour into this mood by using ‘Color Balance'(⌘B/CTRL-B). Drag the slider towards cyan and blue for Shadows, Midtones & Highlights.

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527 Responses to How to turn your photo into movie-like effect using Photoshop?

  1. Benigal says:

    Thanx a lot for this tut dude. i ve been looking for this

  2. ebin says:

    I’ll be posting more useful tutorials from time to time. 🙂 Subscribe to this blog if you don’t want to miss them.

  3. Claudia says:

    fantastic! thanks a lot. you’re bookmarked.

  4. Pete White says:

    Cheers man really good tutorial, just tried it on a couple of pictures and they look ace!

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  9. Great tutorial! I will surely use this! Thanks!

  10. denilw says:

    Great effect. Thanks for the tip.

  11. john dooe says:

    Cool, why not make a litle action to people to download?

  12. qureyoon says:

    this is very nice !

    thanks for sharing ^^

  13. Sakimichi says:

    Loved the effect~!

  14. ebin says:

    Many people visited this blog after and linked to this tutorial.
    I’m glad that you guys can actually make use of this tutorial and apply it onto your own artwork. You can also contact me or leave a comment if you are wondering how to create certain effect that you have seen in somewhere.

  15. freshcut says:

    very nice!

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  18. Deez nuts says:

    yah, i just tired these on a photo, did not work. your directions suck, dude!

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  20. sameer says:

    this is a very cool effect.

    thankx for sharing.

  21. Ivan Minic says:

    Very cool effect!

  22. wilfried says:

    très sympa, merci !

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  28. Jupiter says:

    Such a cool effect

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  33. K4c2m4r says:

    Nice one, thanks might come in handy, after my trip to Egypt 😉

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  36. Adrian G. says:

    Awesome tutorial, worked well with my test pic only I wish I had blurred it a bit less.

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  41. DS says:

    Hi, veeeery nice tutorial… i have problems with step 10… maybe my image is too big…?, anyway.. is it too much to ask if you do the tutorial again and post it in youtube… (yep a video turorial…) hehehe THANKS.

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  43. joebob says:

    This is pretty cool… Is there anyway to apply this effect on an entire video?

  44. Rosario says:

    I’m using Adobe Photoshop 7.0, but I’m not seeing “Exposure”… ?

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  46. Jared says:

    Step #6 Should brush mode should be set to difference or exclusion?

  47. chris says:

    Nice one. I love stuff like this, HDR in HL2, DSLR cameras etc. Thanks heaps, I’m adding that rss.

  48. Javier says:

    Hey there! That’s a great tutorial, so much that it’s almost 4 AM and I had to try my hand at it! Here’s the result; I used a picture from last year’s trip to Toronto. What do you think? I think it came out pretty decent!

    Javier / The Outsider’s View –

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  50. Gavin says:

    Just wanted to add that this is totally possible in the gimp, even for an amateur.

  51. g sobers says:


    PS 8 had no Image>Adjustment>Exposure option!

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  54. ebin says:

    DS: If your photo is very big, you need to make the erase tool bigger by hitting ‘]’ before click to erase, adjust and test until you satisfy with the result.

    • Sooraj Mathews says:

      Hi Ebin,
      Could you be more specific on step 6. When I choose the focus nd click on it, nothing happens.
      Is there something that had to be done in between??


  55. ebin says:

    Rosario: Photoshop earlier than CS2 has no Exposure feature. However you can try using ‘Brightness and Contrast’.

  56. ebin says:

    Jared: Since I am not sure what is ‘difference’ and ‘exclusion’ you mean, I’m just gonna tell you that the brush should be BLACK color in the layer mask thumbnail.

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  58. Mike says:

    Hi and thanks very much for the great tutorial! I used it to great effect on this photo:
    Still from a nonexistent film

    I put a link to the tutorial there too, in the comments.

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  60. Bones says:

    Ciao Ebin!
    I found your tutorial so useful, I made a little action to automate most of the effects you describe. I just added a couple of tweaks to it: on a particular point you tell the users to flatten the image. I applied a Ctrl+Shift+Alt+E action instead, making a copy of all existing layers and then merging those!. At the end of the process, when you describe how to apply a blue filter to the resulting image, I added a simple “duplicate layer” action, so the effect is put on a new image instead of the original. I think it’s best this way, what do you think?

    You may find the action on my site 🙂 Enjoy!

  61. Javier says:

    Hey ebin! I think you missed my comment, but can you tell me what you think of the results I got on my photograph? Thanks a bunch!

    Javier / The Outsider’s View –

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  63. Great tutorial. Thank you! 🙂

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  65. Wow, this is great! Nice job. I’ll be adding your site to my

  66. Damien says:

    Mine seems to go wrong at the Depth of Field, seems not to work….(nothing happens when using brush tool)

  67. Steven says:

    What version of Photoshop Elements is this tutorial in? I am currently using Photoshop Elements 5.0

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  71. Vlad says:

    Very cool method.
    I suck at Photoshop, but I just wanted to show off my pup’s picture after the film effect treatment:

  72. Allan says:

    Fantastic!! Great job! Been wondering how they do it

  73. StarCraft 2 says:


    nice tip, thanks

  74. tech says:

    😀 ohh my god

    i feel like a Steven

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  76. Vel says:

    ok welli have tried 2 pictures now and they come out looking dark as all hell, im following the steps exactly…

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  78. JPH says:

    Great tips – thanks.

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  81. DUncan says:

    Huzzah! It’s the “make everything i do look like something out of lord of the rings” tutorial…

    shall still be doing it shortly to see how my pictures turn out. thanks.

  82. Ian says:

    Whenever I do this on the exposure step my picture is way too dark. I am doing a picture of me when I am standing outside and I can’t even see my face or half of the picture.

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  86. yh says:

    Tried my absolute best to apply this directions word for word and did not succeed. I think it could be re-written just a little better.

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  88. Canon says:

    I tried this tuturial and I liked it!

    this is before:
    this is after:

    Thank you!

  89. pyrotec says:

    Amazing can’t wait to try this! ~BookMarked~

  90. John A. Logan says:

    would be great if you could come up with a Action Script for that.

  91. Pixelbox says:

    Very nice tutorial. Thanks!

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  93. mike says:

    thanks for the nice tip. i just worked on some of my photos. voila! it changed the whole thing! keep it up!

  94. Brent says:

    Thats this came in very handy and helped me with some of my picture in my album and they look really nice thanks to this article.

  95. SP100 says:

    How about a tutorial on creating a Soap Opera effect like Day of our lives or any US daytime soap opera…

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  97. Scott says:

    Very very cool. Props for the site not going down because of the Digg effect.

    Could you maybe post the same howto for GIMP?

  98. Syafrizal says:

    This is a very cool tips. I like it.

  99. brad says:


  100. Although nifty, and a really helpful tutorial for those so inclined, all of these effects aren’t really required to make your photos look like stills from a movie. It really depends on what you’re photographing. For instance, the name of my company is LetterboxTen because of the cinematic effect my images have. Of course there is post processing, but I don’t use any crazy manipulated methods to produce my photos. Check it out if you want.

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  104. Myst3 says:

    I need help~ i tried to follow your step by step procedure. Realised, when i wanted to go to Menu > Image > Adjustments > Exposure…, I couldn’t find the exposure selection, why?? I’m using photoshop 7.0. is there some application i need to downloaded from?

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  108. Nxqd3051990 says:

    Very nice, thanks so much 🙂

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  115. gethimrich says:

    Here’s my attempt on an image of Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts:

    comfortable lead

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  120. Very nice effect, and very simple to tweak for different styles.

    Here’s my first two attempts with it:

  121. Joe Blow says:

    This tutorial might as well be titled, “How to turn a good-looking photograph into a crappy-looking photograph.”

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  126. Fubi says:

    Great tutorial! Looking forward for more 🙂

  127. Works great… I think it would work great at a template, and not an action. If one has diffent sizes pictures….

    here are my results.

  128. mrBlaQ says:

    Step one should read ‘rotate photo 2 degrees counter clockwise’

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  132. clpo13 says:

    Excellent tutorial. I had to tweak it a bit for my photos, but other than that, the general idea worked wonders. I just wish I had some pictures it would look good on.

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  134. Clint says:

    Thanks for this… it gave me some good ideas. Check out my blog to see my attempts.


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  144. mars says:

    very nice tutorial though I also have the problem at step #6. when I click on the photo by having the brush activated nothing’s happening. could you please give som help?

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  148. Cobalto says:

    It’s don’t work for me TT
    I can’t put focus on my image!!!!

    Ohhhh gosshhh!!!

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  150. direkt2000 says:

    Great tutorial thanks!

    Looking forward for more stuff from you!!!!!!

  151. taximohali says:

    Good One Dude !
    Keep it up.

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  153. ebin says:

    For those who would like to get this effect done in GIMP, go to Gimpology

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  156. Paul says:

    Nice technique – will certainly give it a try.
    – Paul @

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  159. zcgt21 says:

    esta bueno esto

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  161. Peter says:

    I wonder how this would look on actual DV-footage using the same steps in After Effects or similar.

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  164. ugur says:

    Very nice tutorial.

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  168. Fukkad says:

    Great tutotrial. Thanx A LOT!

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  170. Martin Sorensen says:

    just great! thanks a lot from germany!

  171. shahoo says:

    thanks… great tut.
    hoping for more good things pal.

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  173. Josh Sackett says:

    Here is my attempt. I manipulated a picture I took while in Paris a couple of months ago:

    Building Before
    Building After

  174. mtrx says:

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  175. crimon says:

    nice tutorial

  176. crimon says: , uploaded my pictures to deviantart (with your tutorials with full credits) :p
    thx for this awsome tutorial

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  180. Edu says:

    Oh man…what a tut !!! Just made me clinch a great advertising deal. Thanks a bunch man…

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  182. No clue how I missed this. It’s a great effect. Definitely not boring and definitely something I’m going to try in the future. Thanks!

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  184. Matthew says:

    Great tutorial! Thanks a bunch Ebin!

  185. Newbie says:

    This tutorial rocks!

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  187. seraphangel says:

    wow, that’s a nice tutorial, gonna try it out on some of my photos 🙂

  188. justme123 says:

    do u have a tutorial that turns movie-like-effects into pics??

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  191. schwab says:

    Hey, Am having problems with step #6. Whenever I try to click the photo using that brush (400px and normal mode), it always shows a white light. I know that its suppose to be transparent but its not. Help me please. Am using CS2.

  192. Tom hanks says:

    Thsi is great! it works with video too!

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  196. kangtin says:

    how do you do step 6. I cant make it beocme focus

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  198. Bela says:

    Very much likde the effect, made an Action for Phhotoshop.
    You can download it here:

    Thanks for the Tutorial!

  199. Dell says:

    A nice, simple, clean and clear tutorial. Thanks much for this.

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  201. wang says:

    You can also use this technique applied to Filmstrip files in Photoshop, which can then be imported into After Effects for use in full motion video

  202. dan says:

    Great tutorial! Keep up the good work.

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  204. Young says:

    Oh my god, nice!

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  210. Carlos says:

    Great tutorial dude 😉


  211. Fábio says:

    Muito bom, fazia tempo que eu procurava um tutorial como esse…Parabéns
    Very good, it did time that I searched a tutorial as that…Congratulations

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  213. alifya says:

    its fantastic.thus any 1 know a website frm which i could download {adobe photoshop}if yes then contact me … ID

  214. Yoda Poster says:

    I’ll have test this, looks cool

  215. g47o says:

    ooo yeha :D, gracias por el tutorial

  216. dmknom says:

    Nicely done, I’ll try this with TheGimp but using a filmgrain effect instead of noise, and vignetting with gradients, there is even a plugin that blurs the image accordingly to a source gradient it’s called “focus blur” or fblur.

  217. Darrell Barrett says:

    Which version of Photoshop is this? I’m using Photoshop 7 and I cannot find many of these options.

  218. Mrvibe says:

    Great Effect, some photos just get a new life. thanks

  219. Very useful and informative blog. Recommended for all to see.

  220. hlcno says:

    Very cool. I tried this in after effects and was able to pull off the same effect on video.. very nifty.

  221. Tobin says:

    good work

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  224. Sara says:

    It works in other versions of photoshop too, but you have to get a bit creative.. But, still, love the effect!

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  229. Ján Varhol says:

    Thanks, a great resource and inspiration. Keep making tutorials like this.

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  231. shortbus says:

    i am using photoshop 7.0 i cant find were the Exposure or someothers help please

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  233. Ross Parker says:

    Messing about on Photoshop, with this technique. End result:

    Not as great as I was hoping, but will fiddle.

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  236. Irfan abid says:

    splendid tutorial!!!

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  238. weblinker says:

    very nice
    added to

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  240. John Lush says:

    Thanks for this. Just was I was looking for! Faved.

  241. viscido says:

    Thanks for this tutorial!!

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  245. hafreze says:

    hye, this is a great tutorial. I had made a video tutorial based on yours. exactly following your techniques..thanks!

  246. steve says:

    Well this is excellent. I will try this now…

  247. Great article. A little to beet complicated but for sure I should try this.

  248. Timothy says:

    Nice! You gave me great new ideas! 😉 Thanks!

  249. Shelby says:

    yaaaay! this is awesome. i made this picture of me wearing a sombrero and takin a shot look like a movie still!

  250. mehdi says:

    very nice ….
    thank you for nice work …

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  252. Haroh says:

    i really love this. thanks for posting.
    You are a really big help on student graphic artist like me.
    God Bless and more power!

  253. No Name says:

    This is a very cool tips. I like it.

  254. Agilius says:

    Interesting effect. It’s quite a nice outcome. Keep it up.

  255. Tim says:

    That is a very nice effect. Thanks for the tip 🙂

  256. great tip – i’ll be using that soon.

  257. angel says:

    thanks alot bro. this is really cool.

  258. andrej says:

    Thanks for sharing! I might use it sometime.

  259. Mike says:

    This is wonderfull. Many thanks!

  260. naisioxerloro says:

    Good design, who make it?

  261. adrian says:

    Cool effect and I’m trying it out right now. The current settings in this tut may not work as good on the image your using. It all depends on the image. The setting stated here are too dark for my pic.

  262. Great tutorial – exactly what I needed for the latest project!

  263. Iris says:

    cool man! StumbledUpon! 😀

    thanks for sharing such great tutorials.
    i will credit you if ever i use these effect! thank you!!! 🙂 *hug*

  264. dags28 says:

    thanks dude.. good one..

  265. seb says:

    Beautiful !!! thank you…

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  267. Cool!! I tried it and it works fantastic.

  268. Chris says:

    Nice effect, but you don’t need Photoshop. I used the Gimp! Although the menu’s aren’t the same, you can get the same effect. Gamma adjust in The Gimp is under Colors -> Levels. Gamma is the top middle slider. All other adjustments should be familiar if you used to The Gimp. Here is my source: and the result:

  269. bunny says:

    thanks…my client loved the final product…we’re going to use this tut on the rest of his cd cover/booklet…

  270. sze says:

    will try it out when i have the time. nice one! well done!

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  272. Michael says:

    It reminds me alot of how call of duty 4 sorta looks. I love it.

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  274. mike says:

    How about creating a Photoshop Action for this!!

  275. CFA Level 1 says:

    Nicely structured tutorial. Thanks for this.

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  277. huda says:

    I love this tutorial…and u for giving us such cool tutorial ;P

  278. Nick says:

    This is very nice: I ve search for something like this.

  279. ambrosiality says:

    this is really nice!

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  281. Elias says:

    Hey ! great tutorial, awesome effect 😉

  282. mokies says:

    For some of you guys, it’s pretty hard, but make sure you follow the steps EXACTLY. I’ve done it many times with different Photo Filters and it’s pretty successful!!! See this link:

  283. Itheo says:

    I realy enjoyed your Tutorial! 🙂
    Greetings from Germany.

  284. Rangi says:

    my before and after shots….

    Go left

    Go left + cinema effect

  285. sucv says:

    could you post the images again.

    it was a very useful tutorial

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  289. Josh says:

    Great Tutorial. Nicely Done!

  290. Ranx says:

    Amazing tutorial, but…

    On step 6 I think that it must say:

    6. Select eraser tool(e), set the master diameter to 400px. Then choose the focus point in the photo and click on it.

    using a brush doesn’t work, coz we need to open a hole on the mask…

    thanks a lot!

  291. ahndunk says:

    thank you, it has great effect to my photos

  292. TARUN says:

    that’s a good one

  293. Anthony S says:

    Rather than erasing or masking after applying the effects, I think it would be easier and more effective to do a quick mask by pressing ‘q’, create a radial gradient for the focal point, press ‘q’ again, then apply the filter. That way the effect will gradually increase as you move away from the focal point.

  294. kulli says:

    thanks a lot!

  295. Vamsi says:

    I couldn’t find:
    Menu > Image > Adjustments > Exposure…
    in Adobe Photoshop 7.0 version.

    Bcoz, that is an imp effect to be made.. i couldn’t proceed further…
    could anyone please please please find a solution to get ‘exposure’ panel ….
    thanx in advance,

  296. This effect make the photos totally different, really have movie feeling.

    I will make a travel photo for my girl friend as her wallpaper, I hope that she will love it.

    Thanks a lot!

  297. Nikki says:

    I can’t get the layer mask working, I use the brush tool but it seems I’m doing something wrong since I can’t make the focal point appear.

    Any tips? Where I might be going wrong?

  298. Marcella says:

    amazing , it helped a lot 🙂

  299. Ozzie says:

    Wow.. this is freeking awesome! I love it! Great job on the post and showing the images of the PS buttons along the way. You rock!!!!!!!!!

  300. Sébastien says:

    @ setp 6 : Ensure you have the White color as background color after having selected the mask and your brushe.

    Cheers, Thank for this tut.

  301. Jay says:

    Hey..nice tu..

    but..what about turning my video footage into movie-like effect? like this with the photo.. do you know if it is possible in adobe premiere maybe?

  302. rupii says:

    Hi We have photoshop 7.0 on windows XP but on my photoshop adjustments we don’t have EXPOSURE. Can you tell me where it is?

    Thank you

  303. Yash says:

    I love it
    for many day i was thing about this effect
    now i get it.

  304. Kareem says:

    i cant get the 5 step to work for me i create the new layer mask I select the white rectangle, change the brush to 400 click on a focus point and nothing happens.
    please help me.

  305. Aaron Lam says:

    wonderful and very helpful!

  306. Sas says:

    i get confused in section 6. . Can you explain it a bit more? When I choose brush and than when i click on photo, nothing happens. Probbably i am doing something wrong, but i can not figure it out what.


  307. msn says:

    super. thanks

  308. UR A Liar says:

    This tuto isn’t from u u copied it from 9tutorials

  309. Dzibril says:

    good effect! see my photoshop vista effect in

  310. -]Phatp[- says:

    Pretty cool effect, bro, thanks a bunch!

  311. romeo says:

    cool!!! very nice thanks for the tutorial

  312. JazZ says:

    Great stuff!! Very helpful!! Thanks for having this tutorial…

  313. Great Totorial. i am very pleased.

  314. Refreshing tutorial. Thanks

  315. Thanks for a fantastic tutorial that was really nice

  316. fresh says:

    Very useful, thanks!

  317. Annymal says:

    Thank you so much
    I really love this tut

  318. Beirti says:

    HI, thanks very much for the tutorial. I learnt a lot of tips from it which I’d been taking for granted with auto-tools in Picasa. I’ve had some great results from unexpected pictures with it.

  319. Me says:

    Its fine but i saw better then this tut sorry 😦

  320. cheater says:

    it is awesome

  321. +ferne+ says:

    is this malacca? 😀 ❤ the effect!

  322. 3d says:

    thanks great tutorial!!! now i can try in my personal photo…!

  323. Lauren says:

    Hey! I’m trying to do these tutorials, but when I go to Image>Adjustments, Exposure is greyed out. How come? How do I un-grey it?

  324. dany says:

    great technic, good job…

  325. freze says:


  326. alexia says:

    nice, thanks!

  327. Maria says:

    Great tutorial… thanks

  328. Edgar says:

    Just Amazing !!

  329. Schrapnel says:

    Great tut, but it works only for the tutorial-picture, this never worked on any other pictures for me. At the exposure changing step f***s up the colors :S I tried different settings but still bad..

  330. Fahim says:

    Hey i cant find the exposure in adobe photoshop 7 how can i do this some one help pls pls pls

  331. Grob says:

    Regarding step 2. i couldnt find the exposure option. I’m using photoshop 7. Is there another way to achieve the same effect?

  332. praveen says:

    thanx a LOT!!i dug for this for years..i think.. 🙂

  333. Riat says:

    Thanx a lot for the tutorial, but I was actually interested in making a video lool like this instead of a photo. Did anyone try this on home made video? I was wondering if I could convert avi movie into a adobe filmstrip FLM, and then apply all these settings to all the frames, and save them into avi. I assume that we will have a Hollywood moving picture, ain’t we?

  334. Mamacita says:

    Thanks for the tutorial, i loved it 😉

  335. Riat says:

    Hello again. I find this tute very interesting but , like i’ve said, it is not a hollywood picture that I’am interested about but in Hollywood moving picture. My idea is the following:
    1. Convert avi to filmstrip with adobe premiere
    2. Apply this settings of the above tute to all the frames of the filmstrip
    3.Convert it to avi again
    4. Hollywood moving picture instead of a picture.
    Is it possible?

  336. emmanuel says:

    i agreee with “Deez nuts”

    the second step is way off, ithink

  337. so Far says:

    nice tutorial

    that amazing , i will use on my next trainning,

  338. Lawrence says:

    That’s an awesome effect! Definitely will work nicely for some of my wedding pictures 🙂

  339. Nic says:

    Well this is great tutorial thanks!

    Looking forward for more stuff from you!!!!!!

  340. Web Design says:

    I was trying an effect similar to this one the other day, have I found this tutorial earlier it would have saved me more than 30 mins. Thanks for sharing.

  341. Max says:

    Спасибо! Интересный эффект. Обязательно испытаю на своих фотографиях 🙂

  342. pushkar says:

    awesome tutorial!!!!!!!!!! i jus wanna ask … do these need high quality photos?

  343. cato says:

    thank a lot of from colombia . that´s amazing

  344. HacKeR pis pis says:

    An excellent guide =]

  345. Owen says:

    Brilliant, thanks so much for the guide!

  346. Imomu says:

    let say in my language..Hili ni somo zuri sana..that is “this is very good tut’

  347. Imomu says:

    i like it very much and usefull for my job..

  348. Technorino says:

    Very nice tutorial mate!

  349. Ioanna says:

    it’s amazing, but for some reason i just can’t get the focus point right heh

  350. FOotLover says:

    Thank you
    I’ll try to do it

  351. I was trying an effect similar to this one the other day, have I found this tutorial earlier it would have saved me more than 30 mins. Thanks for sharing.

  352. Rx says:

    This is a great tutorial ! I love it.
    I was wondering if you can make a Photoshop Action out of this. It would be very nice.

  353. finally, thanks for this reference…

    Thank’s very much.

  354. Nuno says:

    Ola. i try this but at the end for shadows and etc the picture turn really bright. can anyone tell me what im doing wrong? i got photoshop CS2 for windows

  355. W.West says:

    Great tutorial. Thx!

  356. graphite says:

    I need help with Step 9!! I followed your instructions exactly but when i change the opacity to 70% nothing happens. The black still remains as a solid colour. Somebody please help :X

  357. I tried this tutorial and I can say that is awesome.Thanks.

  358. RsBot says:

    Thanx Appreciated

  359. maggie says:

    thanks for posting this tutorial. i’ve used it a few times and love how it can make a mediocre shot look dramatic and artistic!

  360. Rasheed says:

    Nice tut dude… Thanks

  361. can i use this even if i dont got photoshop??????/ cuzz i dont Lolzzzzzz

  362. Abhishek says:

    Thanks a lot for this tutorial. Have been wanting this since ages. Thaks again.

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  364. Gizmo says:

    Is it possible to do this effect with photoshop elements 3.0? I know i’m way out dated..but it’s all i got…

  365. Guriguritago says:

    Thanks a lot for the tutorial! Given me lots of tips about post processing my photos. Thank you!

  366. I am very enjoy your blog, your blog is very true of the stick, you would like to see more blog content! I wish you a happy day!

  367. Fran says:

    hey very good tutorial
    thank you!!!
    nice blog

  368. OlenaCoffee says:

    wow!it looks cool!
    u’r genius))

  369. Maurice says:

    Falto yo!!!!…… Perfecto que gran tuto…felicidades,….Maurice

  370. i get new knowledge from this post, thx

  371. Hades says:

    I like this tutorial. The only problem is that the result is too dark IMO… is it a problem of the photo or what? Still, great tutorial, I’ll be using this many and many times. 😀

  372. abrarrada says:

    nice, really nice!

  373. taking such a plain photo and ending up with that is an inspiration to all of us!

  374. Nice guide for photos. Thanx, Really interesting

  375. no_meds says:

    thnx for this tip, but I HAVE A QUESTION
    step 6
    u use black brush and the focus appears at that place on ur photo
    i do can’t understand how it was
    when i do this way, blur (step 4) doesn’t leave at the place where we using brush
    what should i do?
    sorry for my eng – i’m from russia 🙂

  376. e says:

    step 6 didnt work for me. what am i doing wrong?

  377. wow!.. great post.. been looking for something like this.

  378. slumberg says:

    Nice tutorial! Hopefully it will help me at work. Slumberg (aka Turtles Slumberg)

  379. webdesigngeek says:

    Well done great article.its really help full to understand most of the photo shop software related problems that how we can turn any photo-album into a video..keep it up.

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  381. Quantum3 says:


  382. hkdigit says:

    eBin, Thanks for great tutorial. I will try this technique on my new photos!

  383. van70471 says:


  384. Very Nice tutorial! Love it!!

  385. robb234 says:

    very nice tutorial.
    thx for sharing.
    and keep it coming.

  386. Naura says:

    Hi, I’m having trouble with step 9. I just don’t seem to be able to fill the layer, it doesn’t go black when I try to do that.
    Could someone please tell me how to do it? Or if there’s anything missing in Ebin’s explanation? I know it’s a very silly thing but I can’t do it and I’d be very grateful if you could give me a hand 🙂

  387. kai says:

    great tuts!

  388. Thanks for this CINEMATIC EFFECT TUTORIAL

  389. pip07200 says:

    Thank you very much for the nice tutorial. I’m making lots of my family album pictures like this.

  390. Jacob James says:

    Hi, for those people that say that this doesnt really work for them when it comes to exposure part: think! of course not every photo will work with same setting, what are you trying to achieve with exposure is more vivid whites and darker blacks, try going around 0.6 with exposure and fine tune to make white parts vivid, then with offset try ro darken the black parts, dont play much with gamma setting, it ruins color. slightly(10-20) left or right will do but no further.
    And also if you try to achieve the bluish effect thats shown at bottom of tutorial but it doesnt really work for you then do what i did, switch to CMYK mode, select your image layer, go to levels, from drop down menu choose cyan, then play with midtones slider, about 25% to the right should give you the effect, cheers and good luck with it, also for author: great tutorial man.

  391. Great Info, thanks for sharing it with us.


  392. sandrar says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

  393. Blue Design says:

    Thank you for this great topic

  394. Thanks a lot cool! tutorial

  395. randy says:

    this looks like absolute shit.

  396. jrp says:

    Very very nice, Thanks form México

  397. Otto Haring says:

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  398. ayu says:

    great tutorial..

    keep posting…


  399. titikhitamu says:

    hmmm.. so inspired…

  400. edward says:

    Great Tutorial, been looking for something like this

  401. Matthijs says:

    Thanks! I liked the “Terminator Salvation” style and atmosphere very much, with your tutorial i transformed this photo from a friend of mine, during a storm on a Dutch beach:

    Looks pretty much like a soldier in a post-nuclear-apocalyptic environment i think, i only miss some burned skulls 🙂

  402. Good Tutorial! thanks!

  403. Help me out here :C says:

    I’m having some trouble with step 2. When i lower the offset it really REALLY messes up the whole thing. It’s not giving me a result anywhere near yours. I mean.. it just darkens all the dark places. Does this only work with hq lighten up pics? I tried using different options but i still can’t get a good result like in your example. In yours you don’t loose ANY quality after the exposure, and when i try it, it just comes out like shit.

  404. Help me out here :C says:

    Whenever i try the 2nd step, my result is NOTHING like yours. The offset messes everything up and makes it look very low quality. Can you just help me out?

  405. Emilio says:


    This is so ninja 🙂

  406. woowy says:


  407. Just follow the steps exaclty and you can do it .. if i could you can as well 🙂 great tut. i want more of these 🙂

    Bookmarked 🙂

  408. sal says:

    Going to attempt this right now. Thanks

  409. pompam says:

    thank you great to share

  410. tbear says:

    wow how can i get photo shop on my desktop so ican do that?

  411. Usdating says:

    Great done and keep posted. Looking forward to reading more from you.

  412. Your site was extremely interesting, especially since I was searching for thoughts on this subject last Thursday.

    I’m Out! 🙂

  413. paul says:

    Great tutorial! I thoroughly enjoyed this tutorial! Thanks!

  414. arrieyo says:

    Nice post, love it.. tks much.

  415. Dhanang says:

    very Informative post..thanks.

  416. Adil says:

    it doesnt work on any of my foto’s…m really upset…w0t shd i d0?

  417. ade says:

    Very useful tutorial…

  418. Kavin says:

    Nice tutorial……… it’s really wonderful……..

  419. It’s great example what Photoshop can do. Thanks for this article.

  420. vesti srbija says:

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  421. deeps says:

    wow , i tried using it on most of my PS work…
    great one thanks a lot.

  422. Photoshop is a great tool but at same place i try to use flash for move purpose.Because there is no better tool than flash for movie purpose.Thanks

  423. Thanks.Great tutorial! Keep up the good work.

  424. Shotspy says:

    Good tutorial….. I am waiting for your next post.

  425. Peter274 says:

    hey, thanks a lot. There are so many possibilities for changing the setting. I learned a lot from your post and will try it with my next photoshop session.

  426. Nice, can’t wait for cs5:)

  427. Thnx for the illustration really like this post

  428. ake says:

    Thank a lot … very nice tip.

  429. Are you starting with a raw file? When I followed your tutorial using a jpeg the adjustments were much more drastic… I will try again on a raw file when I hook back up to my hard drive.

  430. Gewinne says:

    i’m so glad that i saw this article. that posting was so helpful. thanks again i saved this site.
    are you planning to post similar news?

  431. James says:

    Nice tutorial. I think it’s great way to make my photo look classic

  432. nan says:

    Great post, thanks.

  433. Max says:

    Thanks for sharing!!. nice one.. but there’s one step is not working when i try to click on the focus point.. i skipped that step and use the erase tool instead.. it works for me 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  434. bidur says:

    wow!Its great effect…..and thanks for ur support.

  435. Astral says:

    Nice tutorial, i had really good results. Perfect :_)

  436. Wow great tut

  437. Thiago says:

    cine like feeling.

  438. Mario says:


    Hi, who has that as PHOTOSHOP ACTION to download ??


  439. ahmad says:

    lo kok pas image>adjusment exposurenya g muncul ya,,
    mohon dikasih tu donk,,
    mklum pemula,,

  440. Sam says:

    Frustrating, I’ve done this twice now and I can’t get it to work. I keep ending up with an image covered in 70% black with the black in the focus point erased. So the focus point is erased, but everything is still black. Not sure what I’m doing wrong here, I feel like I’m following the steps perfectly, but obviously not.

  441. OHHHH.. it very cool; I like it, This guide help us to make very interesting photo


  442. Inspirational to say the least! Some gorgeous imaginations at work!

  443. mehran says:

    tanks its very usefullllllllllllllll

  444. Jerry Stowe says:

    Lovin’ the design of the site, would you mind telling me if you have a place for more templates, I’m in need for my site about downloadable flash games online. Send via email thanks.

  445. Love Pearl says:

    Hi, with the abundance of crappy blogs around the web, it’s great to see that there are still some filled with quality content! Is there any way I can be alerted when you post a new article? thank you!

    • ebin says:

      Hi Love Pearl, glad that you like the post 🙂 You can subscribe to the RSS feed by clicking the lil orange icon on the top right corner. Alternatively, click the ‘Sign me up!’ button under Email Subscription.

  446. Stephen says:

    Having some issues with this – I think I’ve got the steps down, but the blacks are to dark and especially at the exposure step, the photos I’m trying this on get far too “moody” if you will.

    Any tips?

    Stephen –

  447. I have been checking out many of your articles and it’s clever stuff. I will definitely bookmark your website.

  448. Great information I like this thanks.

  449. tmotl says:

    hey does anybody know if it is possible to add these black bars also in lightroom 3?

    thanks, t

  450. JatinS says:

    that was great!

  451. aflam arabia says:

    Nice Work man Your blog is so great.Thanks very much for posting this topic

  452. Euro says:

    Very interesting your article, thanks for sharing this knowledge.


  453. Isaura Bonny says:

    Hi webmaster, commenters and everyone else !!! The blog was absolutely fantastic! Lots of great info and inspiration, both of which most of us need!b Maintain ’em coming… you all do this type of fantastic job at such Concepts… can’t inform you how much I, for one appreciate all you could do!

  454. Couldn?t be written much better. Looking over this post jogs my memory of my old room mate! He always kept referring to this. I will forward this write-up to him. Pretty sure he will have a good read. Many thanks for sharing!

  455. Pleasant says:

    This is a very good post. By the way, is blurring necessary? How do we proceed without blurring? For instance, something like this: and this

  456. Cool tutorial – really simple but really effective. Thanks!

  457. Kaustav says:


  458. Louise says:

    Hey, was that photo shot in Melaka, Malaysia?

  459. meghanyyuu says:

    great post, i have learned a lot from your post

  460. bob says:

    this technique sucks.
    you haven’t explained the rational for doing anything!!!

  461. David says:

    thanks for the tutorial I needed

  462. rkr says:

    it’s really gr8 thnx dude.

  463. HDTV_Man says:

    wow! i’m looking for this technic long time thank you from tutorial.

  464. saddam midda says:

    but in my photoshop
    no option of lens blur
    what can i do…..
    but nice work budyyyy

  465. SannyUsman says:

    Hey Tnx for this great Tutorials…

  466. Erodsedge says:

    у вашего блога приятный диз, сами верстали?

    тайна фамилии журавлев

  467. IT Rush says:

    Nice technique, haven’t tried this one yet and looks like it’s going to be an interesting effect to add on my next project. Thanks

  468. jgrey says:

    no one had trouble with step 7….? i dont understand

  469. 4ndy says:

    Very simple to follow tutorial, thanks. Anyone having trouble with certain steps or certain Photoshop tools, I suggest Googling the specific tool in question, if you know how to use everything, this is really easy tutorial…

  470. Ade Fr says:

    Tutorialnya bermanfaat sekali ini untuk semuanya yang suka belajar photoshop. Tolong keluarin tutorial tentang Web Design dong. Pasti banyak yang membacanya nanti.

  471. Starlight says:

    thanks for sharing! just having a good time following your tuto with a photo of mine, just amazing!!

  472. bet bonus says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. I will try it as soon as I get out from work, I looks just awesome.

  473. I Love you…
    Thanks four you at information?

  474. xinwei says:

    Terrific information on Search engine optimization, thanks for posting Day 8 |!

  475. shuchita says:

    i cant get exposure option in my adjustment option…..i m using photoshop 7.0
    is photoshop shop 7.0 the latest version?
    bcoz i can not get many options that are given in tutorials in my photoshop…
    which one is better photoshop cs3 or photoshop 7.0?
    plz reply and help me

  476. Alfie says:

    I find out a thing new on several different sites each day. It will always be exciting to discover written content of other copy writers and learn a little some thing from their website. Thank you sharing.

  477. emping says:

    thenk you guys i like it i wanna try

  478. alfred del rosario says:

    nice tutorial! simple tutorial but great effect!! thanks a lot!!

  479. raghavan says:

    can you please explain step 5 and 6 i didnt get it!

  480. my1freshka says:

    Good news! But is better!

  481. anurag says:

    Great tut !! loved it …!!

  482. thanks for the tutorial I needed

  483. Thank you very much!!! I’m new with photoshop so it was complicated to follow other tutorials thankyou again 🙂

  484. azharkamar says:

    Awesome tutorial man… Didnt know it was that easy to achieve the focus blur effect!

  485. Olivia says:

    Thanks, I’ve been looking to learn how to do this for ages 🙂

  486. dinesh says:

    in my photoshop, ta render option is hidden, help to make unhide it.. i can choose the render in filter for some needs!

  487. Jannet says:

    Thankyou for giving this Tutorial

  488. Erik Esparza says:

    Thank you so much for the renewed inspiration! Wedding season is about to begin and I love to get fresh ideas.

  489. Nihar says:

    It was really very helpful bt m using CS6 and there is no option for Flatten Image…please help

  490. john C says:

    OMG OMG OMG!!!! this was so helpful. thank you so much for putting this shit up, i just want somebody to fuck me as hard as they can.

  491. pirjaqque says:

    i’m not finding ‘menu>image>adjustments>exposure’ of step 2. i’m using adobe photoshop cs

  492. This technique looks quite good. I’m really impressed with this effect.

  493. ards says:

    really.. im really thankful i found your site, i just couldnt express, this really is very helpful :thumbsup:

  494. Call Me Red says:

    This tutorial very useful 🙂 but i found that this settings didn’t work for all photos. which is i try to take a picture with my Sony Xperia Sola. Then i apply this settings, all steps. but it doesn’t looks good. the results of the effects applied now changed like ‘how to darken your photos’ -_-
    but however, i use the same photos which is on the top, the results totally same like ‘after effects’

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