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Make a copy of the source image.
Desaturate it or make it grayscale by whatever means you like best.
Create a Levels adjustment layer above that and adjust the levels to taste.
Create a new layer above the adjustment layer.
Fill it with red.
Change the layer blend mode to COLOR or HUE.
Apply a layer mask to hide all.
Using a white brush, paint in the layer mask anywhere you want something to be red.
at first i didnt liek what it did, but after painting in i found i could achive a nice effect! any more tips on thigns liek this? creating dark gritty pictures?
Oh here is the edit i came up with
Didnt want to add it as a image because thees a 100k limit. The link links to a resize and the original.
Not bad at all. I think you've got the basics of the idea down.
A little more practice and just a little more attention to the edges of objects and maybe use a slightly softer brush at the edges to avoid getting too sharp a line.
But really, nicely done.
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