Removing Green Spill from Screenshots


Published 19.06.2019 в 12:00 | Guide rating: 187



Introduction

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What you will need.

[color=#099aff]To follow along this guide, all you need is a greenscreen image and Photoshop (I'm using Photoshop CC 2015).
I believe this can also be done in Gimp, but I never used it so I'm not sure.
In my exmaple I will be using [color=#09ff0e]Greenscreen [color=#099aff]of [color=#ffffff]M9 Crimson Web Minimal Wear.
[color=#099aff] So, here's my image: Cinque Terre

The Guide

[color=#099aff]Ok so let's start.
At the top, go to [color=#ffffff]Select>Color Range [color=#099aff] and using the [color=#ffffff]Eye Dropper with + sign, [color=#099aff] click on the green background so all the green is white and everything else is black, like this: and click [color=#ffffff]OK.
[color=#099aff]Next, to remove the bright green from the edges, go to [color=#ffffff]Select>Modify>Expand by 1px[color=#099aff] like this: and click [color=#ffffff]OK.
[color=#099aff]The selection is inverted, to invert it so it's how we want it press [color=#ffffff]Ctrl+Shift+i [color=#099aff] and click [color=#ffffff]Add Layer Mask[color=#099aff] like this: Ok, so we have extracted the weapon, but as you can see there is a lot of green tint spilled near the edges.
We will now remove this defect.
To see better [color=#ffffff]Create Black background, [color=#099aff] [color=#ffffff] make new layer and set its blend Blend Mode to Color.
[color=#ffffff]Select Brush tool [color=#099aff]and press[color=#ffffff] Alt[color=#099aff] to sample the color around the sleeve that we want the green spill change to and start painting.
[color=#b7251e]In my example I will only be painting the sleeve and the glove, because Color Blend Mode will obscure/remove the black webbing.
I will be using Hue blend mode for that.
[color=#099aff] Now let's create[color=#ffffff] New Layer and set the Blend Mode to Hue.
[color=#099aff] and gain same like last time [color=#ffffff] Sample the color [color=#099aff]using [color=#ffffff]Alt [color=#099aff] and start paining.
Now let's make [color=#ffffff] Clipping masks [color=#099aff] from our [color=#04f409]Green Spill [color=#ffffff]Fixing Layers.
[color=#099aff]To do that simply [color=#ffffff] press Alt and click on the gap between the layer above: [color=#099aff] So that's it! You have now learned how to remove [color=#04f409]Green Spill [color=#099aff] from your images! Here's my [color=#ffffff]Finished Screenshot: [color=#099aff]If you have enjoyed this guide [color=#ffffff]Follow me to be notified when I post a new guide or if have any suggestions or questions Write a Comment below.
See you next time! :) KubanaN.
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