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    I really like the look of this particular school's website and I've been asked to essenstially copy the look and feel of the banner. Any ideas as to what filters were applied in photoshop or a link to some tutorials that would help me create that sleek blending look in photoshop with the action photos.
    Here's the site:
    http://athletics.uwstout.edu/

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    He'll have removed the saturation in using the 'Hue/Saturation' facility. Then to make it blue, he'll have gone into the quickmask drawn a gradient, switched out of quickmask, and then again using the 'Hue/Saturation' facility but selecting the colorize option.

    That is one way to do it anyway, there are quite a few different ways. If you use the adjustment layers and layer masks to do the above you can easily go back and edit the settings, colours etc.

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    The gradient mask is definitely the best way to achieve that effect. My suggestion is to copy the original layer, hide it, and start applying different masks and adjusting hue and sats. You can always go back to the original.

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    There are two gradients and one photo. Take about 12 seconds.

    Open your photo.

    Duplicate layer (good habit not to touch the original).

    If the photo is originally in color, you want to desaturate the layer:
    [command] + [shift] + "U"

    Now this layer is greyscale.

    Add a new layer:
    [command] + [shift] + "N"

    Select gradient tool:
    "G"

    Set foreground color to: black
    Set gradient to: foreground to transparent
    (should be the second gradient in the default set after foreground to background)

    From the bottom up to about halfway, apply gradient solid black up to transparent.
    Hold down the shift key to constrain the gradient to 90
    Leave layer applied as "normal."

    Change the foreground color to the shade of blue (or whatever color you wish).

    Add another new layer.

    Keep the gradient tool set to: foreground to transparent

    From the top down to about halfway, apply your colored gradient down to transparent.
    Hold down the shift key to constrain the gradient to 90
    Change this layer's applied state to "screen."

    Done.
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