How to Cross Process in Photoshop

This is my first post on this blog about how to cross process in Photoshop. You can simply create cross process photos in Photoshop. This photo is shown how before and after look like.

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1.Select Curve from the adjustment layer

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2.In RGB channel, adjust curve to S-Shaped to increase overall contrast of photo.

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3.In Red channel, adjust curve to S-Shaped to increase contrast of red channel.

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4.In Green channel, adjust curve to S-Shaped to increase contrast of green channel.

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5.In Blue channel, adjust only the shadow area of blue channel.

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6.Press Crtl + Alt + Shift + E to merge visible layer. You can see the “Layer1” on top.

5-merge-visible-copy-on-top

7.Adjust “Layer1” from Normal to Overlay mode and reduce opacity until you feel good about the overall photo. According to this photo, I adjust opacity to 24%.6-change-overlay-mode

Ok I am satisfied with the result ^_^

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