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Learn how to create five different styles of glitch effects in Photoshop using channels, using Smart Objects, using Blending Options, using Noise, and using Colored Layers. We’re going to cover so much coolness in this tutorial, you’re absolutely going to love it! If you’d like to download these glitches as a free action pack, hit the link to the written tutorial below and enter your email address in the download form and you’ll be able to download the action right away!

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Hey everybody welcome into this Photoshop tutorial brought to you by Tut vidcom this is my very first Photoshop tutorial that I'm recording in the year 2017 everything's fresh everything is new I have to say before we jump into this I am going to make a concerted effort this year to kind of slow down my talking pace just a little bit it's by far the biggest complaint that I get in the comments section that I talk just to quickly people can't keep up with it now there are some people who enjoy how fast I move through these tutorials for you all I can say is there's a little gear icon down there in the play bar you can 2x the speed there's even some like Google Chrome extensions you can tell them where you can go three four or five times as fast pretty amazing it's actually how I watch most YouTube videos too I like to speed things up my mind goes a million miles an hour and a thousand feet a second and I just feel like I need to spit out as much information as I can as quickly as I can and that's where the talking fast comes from I've done it for years and years and years but for recording I'm gonna really make a concerted effort to kind of slow things down so it's the first video of 2017 I'm so pumped the first video I'm recording in 2017 I'm so pumped we're gonna take a look at five glitch effects in Photoshop I think you're absolutely going to love it and by the way don't skip through this part of the video by the way if you don't want to do the tutorial if my voice is too grating on your ears and you can't stand listening to me there's a link down in the description to the video and I'll also try to remember to throw a link up in the corner of the video I have made each of these glitch effects all five of them into their own action you can go to my website right now and download them for free punch your email address and you're going to be signed up to my newsletter it's our little trade off you sign up for my newsletter you get these actions you're going to love these actions they work all over the place it's so much fun just using them one click boom you've got this cool glitch effect you can try different glitch effects absolutely going to love it so without further ado I've been talking too much already let's take a look at these glitch effects and then how to create them so here's the first glitch effect we're going to create this is sort of the channel based glitch effect here's the second glitch effect we're going to create this is kind of what I'm calling this object based glitch then I've got this glitch effect which is sort of the layer style based glitch effect and then I've got what I'm calling the noisy or the noise based glitch effect and then last but not least I kind of have this color based or retro style glitch effect we're going to cover all five one two three four five of these in this video tutorial let's begin with glitch number one I'm going to jump over to my finder and drag in a JPEG image open it up in Photoshop yes sir here's how this works so what we need to do is we want to be working with a pixel-based image you really don't want to convert this to a smart object it's not going to allow us to do what we need to do with this if we do that so here's what we need to do we need to go to our channels and we need to select our red channel from the red or once we have the red channel selected we want to go filter distort wave there's gonna be a lot of this wave filter as we move through this video as you're going to see and you can see it gives us this horrific just crazy-looking effect but the key is in how you use the wave filter number one we're almost always just going to use one generator and we're going to use square as our type nextly I'm going to change my scaling on the horizontal to maybe like ten ten to twenty usually works for this particular effect and vertical I'm setting it to one so not much movement on the vertical I'll maybe I'll make a little bit more movement on the horizontal maybe like 18 then I'm going to change my wavelength to max out at about let's go six hundred five ninety five and the minimum wavelength will be somewhere between two and three hundred you can really play with these as you begin to mess around this effect then the amplitude we're going to increase as well maybe to like max of nine hundred and a minimum of around four hundred you can see this effect we're getting here hit randomize and really just mix up the effect if the bars are a little bit too thin what we can do is boost our wavelength here right and even move the the minimum up so we're not getting stuff that's quite so thin all right then hit randomize that's really going to move things around we can move the minimum and the amplitude department as well something like that you can see the horizontal movement see how there's kind of like this part of the windshield that's really shifted off to the left that to do with the scaling here so the more we scale it the more kind of out of whack it's going to be so maybe a horizontal is like 14 works and I'm going to hit randomize until I get an effect that looks kind of something like I want that that'll probably work for this photo and for the undefined areas we want to make sure we tick on repeat edge pixels go ahead and hit OK now we're just applying this filter effect to the red Channel if we turn back the RGB composite channel you can see we've got all this red ghosting which is kind of cool in and of itself but we're not done yet let's go down and select the green Channel just hit command and the number 4 well I already already selected the green Channel I'm going to shut off the red and blue channel manually there by clicking the eyeball icons all right green we're going to go filter hold down the alt or option key you can just click right here to open up the wave dialog box once more and we're going to just leave those same effects or those same settings for this effect and just choose to randomize a little bit maybe what we'll do is make the size a touch larger I'm going to move my amplitude back a little bit something like that make the max a little bit bigger something like so randomize randomize. There we go something like that'll probably work whatever hit ok and there we go so we've messed up the green Channel we've messed up the red Channel and if I turn the RGB composite channel back on we have this really interesting multicolored funky look in effect if it's very destructive effect by the way because once you've applied these effects you can't really go and undo them I mean you can undo them until you save and close your file and and then open it up later it's not like applying a smart filter or an adjustment layer or something like that it is a rather destructive effect but let's go ahead and just duplicate this background now and by hitting command or control J we're going to right click on it and choose to convert it to a smart object I'm going to double click on the layer name and I'm going to name it lines and then I'm going to make sure my foreground and background colors are black and white if they're not black and white hit the letter D it's going to reset your foreground and background color to the default of black and white go filter filter gallery and up here we're going to choose sketch halftone pattern and from halftone pattern we're going to set the pattern type the line you can see I already have it at line and what I want to do is set my contrast down to like zero basically and the size I don't know let's try like three I want it to be much small yeah three probably will work for this go ahead and hit okay and we're going to set the blend mode here to lighten let's try lighten yeah you can see it's going to really wash out the image and just give us these lines as though we're looking at an older television next up let's throw a vibrance adjustment layer it's a little inverted triangle here and we're going to boost the overall vibrance to bring some of that color back and even boost the saturation a little bit you want to be careful doing this you can really make the effect super intense and kind of uncomfortable to look at if you really pump the colors too much so just you know keep that in mind as you're pumping the colors and the next thing we're going to do is throw a levels adjustment layer in here and we're going to do this and drag the output level of the black up and the output level of the white down this is going to effectively kill off contrast but I also want to boost the blacks a little bit by dragging the black input slider to you know 10 11 12 something like that and next up we're going to apply grain using one of my favorite techniques that is creating a new layer naming it grain who woulda guessed and go edit fill we're going to choose to fill this with a contents of 50% gray contents 50% gray hit ok when it collapsed my properties panel and then we're going to go filter Camera Raw filter Camera Raw filter is really great at adding grain under the effects tab we can just add a bunch of grain and make it a little bit larger size you can play with the roughness hit okay and we're going to set this to a blend mode of soft light and then at this point we can leave it very grainy if we want it to look like there's a lot of static or reduce the opacity a little bit and we'll get rid of a little bit of that so there is glitch effect number one this is the channel based glitch effect that's how you do that now before we move along to glitch number two I want to let you guys know I'm selling a course over on vidcom all about retouching images you're really going to like it use that link that just appeared up there you can go over and pick up a copy for yourself when you purchase a copy of this course it helps support what we do here helps me continue to crank out more and more and more tutorials 2017 2018 2019 this is going to be huge years for the channel a lot of exciting stuff is happening go ahead use that link that appeared it's probably gone by now in fact pick up a copy for yourself to support the channel if you don't want to pick up a copy that's totally cool as well because the advertisers are paying just to have you watch the video so I'm happy either way let's get back to the tutorial let's move on and take a look at glitch effect number two I'm just going to close this document at the end of this tutorial we'll run through all the actions really quickly so you can see them at work so I'm going to go over here and open up my second jpg we're going to open this with you guessed it Photoshop now this particular technique is a little bit less destructive in fact we're gonna have everything baked inside of these smart objects so if we want to like swap this image with another image we'll be able to do that and the whole effect will just transfer to the new image I'll show you exactly what I mean in a moment let's go ahead and right click and just convert the background to a smart object right off the crack and we're going to duplicate this layer command or control J and then hide that layer I want to select my visible layer here and we're going to apply probably two wave filters to this this smart object so we're gonna go filter distort wave I forgot for a split second there wave was and what's going to be key here because we're sort of piling up distortion effects we really don't want it to be extremely noticeable or give me it can be noticeable but not extremely aggressive so a scale of like 13 14 on the horizontal is a little bit too much it's going to just look muddled and bad at the end so maybe like six on the horizontal work we can increase or decrease the amplitude here you'll increase that a little bit just to kind of drag that out a little bit and I'm going to change the wavelength a little bit here and then I'm going to randomize I'm just looking to have relatively thick distortion but his eyes I don't want like a slice going through his eyes that are cutting his eyes and half so there we go his eyes are in the middle of a slice hit okay and you'll see his eyes are still intact they're great well they're a little messed up but they're they're pretty good relatively speaking let's go back filter we can hold down our alt or option key and we're going to apply a second wave effect we're going to randomize randomize randomize maybe what I'll do is make the waves actually you know let's go for much much bigger waves here so we're going to go with huge ones. Maybe a little a little less on the horizontal Distortion something like that hit okay you're going to see we've got this double wave effect if I hit this little drop-down arrow we can see definitely two wave filters applied and now I want to place a document here a texture actually on top of this I've got a great texture I've got it link down in the description to this video from brush easy it's a pack of textures I'm going to go file place embedded I just want to just embed it right in place and I believe I still have it here in my downloads actually here we go and I'm going to go with texture number 10 though these very dark textures I'm gonna hit the word place here you can see there it is I'm going to drag this out and make it a little bit larger than my existing document hit the check icon to commit that change and what I'm going to do here is set this to the blend mode of screen and you can see it drops away the black and just throws this texture over the image I can reduce the opacity a little if I want I'm looking at this the second wave texture is kind of splitting his eye a little bit in a way that I really don't like I'm going to hit OK here there we go kind of brought his eyes back around a little bit alright let's go back to our texture here we can name the layer if we like just name a texture or something and now let's select our duplicated smart object and turn that back on and I'm going to double click and I'm going to name this layer lines so we're going to apply some lines to this like we did to the other image make sure your foreground and background color black and white let's go filter filter gallery and it's going to have us right there and sketch a halftone pattern pattern type is line great we're gonna go with a very narrow line here maybe one let's go to actually will go to contrast to sills Eero hit okay and now we're going to apply a wave effect to these lines so let's go filter distort wave and we're going to look to add a pretty thick wave effect to these lines and we can have some decent movement here so let's go randomize randomize randomize change the amplitude here a little bit stretch things out randomize yes something like that's probably good hit okay just going to kind of chop our lines up a little bit don't worry I know you're only seeing the lines not our underlying layer right now don't worry about that that we're gonna well change that in just a moment and now we're going to do is select the half-black half-white circle right down here that is this guy right here go ahead and select that and choose a solid color adjustment layer and I'm going to use like a very hot pink that's almost fading into a red so like a reddish pinkish color and I'm going to set it to the blend mode of either darken or overlay depending on what looks better darken looks pretty cool overlay maybe looks a little bit too crazy let's just stick with darken for now I kind of like that we can always reduce the opacity little if it's if it's too crazy and then what we're going to do is group this color fill and our lines layer here by holding down shift selecting both layers hit command or ctrl G to group them and I'm going to call this colored effect oh one because we can duplicate this if we want and we're going to set the entire layer blend mode the entire layer group excuse me to the blend mode let's try lighten and what we're getting here is this very subtle red edge that's being applied to everything you can try different blend modes if you want overlay that's kind of yeah too much screen is a little bit too crazy as well I've just found that darken and lighten are really helpful blend modes when you're working with color in this way so I'm just going to I'm going to roll with light in here and we're going to go ahead and duplicate this entire layer group by dragging and dropping it on the new layer icon and what I'm going to do is open up this group and I'll rename and I'll name it color effect too and we can give this another color so we can go with a blue or a green something like that green tends to be a little bit more noticeable especially when contrasted against the red but you can always go with the blue as well so I think I think I'm going to roll with a roll with the green here make it a little bit darker now a little bit brighter more saturated something like that hit OK and then here with the lines smart object we're just going to double click and adjust our wave filter that's been applied to this and extend to the horizontal effect a bit and maybe randomize it a little more go ahead and hit OK and now you can see that we're getting both some of the red and the green effects so I'm just going to collapse that layer group and at this point you can go ahead and do whatever you want you can add some grain if you like you can throw a channel mixer onto this and really bring out the Reds and the greens from their respective channels you could even clip this to a specific entire group of layers to just bring out the colors in those layers you can see it's very subtle very subtle little change there but it changed for sure it's a very interesting way to create this glitch effect doing this and one of the cool things about it is you can always select one of the smart objects remember we have that smart object two times over in both of these layer groups and it has all these filters applied to it in both instances what we can do is we can select it down here right click the layer and choose replace contents and just choose I don't know I'm gonna just go to my downloads I've got this photo of this girl here let's just double click on her to bring her in we can bring her in and you're going to see that everything just updates to her you can see she is in both of these layers now because these Smart Objects are duplicates of this smart object instance they're not new smart objects they're just copies of this smart object so if we if we replace the contents of this smart object both of those get changed out as well I don't like this image for that effect quite as much so I'm going to flip back to the dude we were using but that is how you create a smart object based glitch now let's talk about creating the blending mode based glitch so I'm going to jump over here to my finder I'm going to right click on the third image here I'm going to open this guy with Photoshop as well alright so we've got her here in Photoshop and the first thing we want to do is right click and convert this layer to a smart object and then duplicate the layer twice commander control J command or control J we're going to name the first duplicate by double clicking on the layer and name it R and then the second layer we're going to name g /b and the bottom layer we'll just name base or something like that just so it doesn't feel left out so let's shut off the visibility for the R layer for a quick second and go to the G layer and I'm going to go layer layer style blending options and here in blending options I'm just going to shut off the red Channel doesn't look like anything's changed don't worry hit OK and what we want to do is free transform this by hitting command or ctrl T and then up here in the control bar you've got this little selection the selection area you can select an anchor point we want this the middle left Anchor Point and then we're going to set the width to want probably 101 maybe 102 let's go 102 go ahead and check that you can see we're getting this heavy reddish greenish edge honor great let's go ahead and well you know what this is a smart object let's apply just a subtle wave filter to this as well so we're going to hold down our alt or option key select wave and this is way way too much so we want to go way down with the scale maybe like 3 or 4 you can leave everything else kind of as it is I'm gonna go ahead and hit OK you're gonna see it's going to give you just a nice cut up effect we're not damaging her eyes kind of sort of important you can double click on the layer out here to open up the blending options and in this case this layer is our so the own think I'm going to save is my our Channel I'm going to shut off G and B and there we go we're going to hit okay and we're also going to free transform this layer as well so we're gonna hit commander ctrl T to free transform this in this case we're going to set the anchor on the middle right area and we're going to extend the width maybe like 101 this way so just we're barely making it just you can see it's a tiny bit wider go ahead and just apply this change great so there's the red let me just double click on this layer here yeah we shut red off there and we we left red on in this channel just making sure I'm not get myself mixed up and the last thing we want to do is also apply a little bit of a wave filter to this layer so let's go filter distort wave and this one I'm going to make my waves my wavelength a bit thinner a bit narrower so go ahead and just move it around a little bit maybe accentuate a little bit more horizontal like five maybe go ahead and hit okay it's going to apply that filter great and now we're going to select our base layer hold down the alt or option key and just drag it up to the top this is going to duplicate our original layer I'm going to double click and I'm going to name this also lines because we're going to do that whole filter filter gallery stylize halftone pattern pattern type line but I think in this case we're going to get some larger line let's go for like 10 10 in the size department that is contrast will still leave that at Z I think we'll leave that at 0 yeah 0 in the contrast to work fine hit OK and what I want to do here with the lines is I want to set it to a blend mode of soft light right off the bat this is going to increase a lot of contrast as you're seeing there one of the ways that we're going to combat that is by going back into our blending options so go ahead and just double click on the layer out here and we're going to split the blend if sliders for the underlying layer so we're gonna hold down our alt or option key and click on the black slider and just drag it all the way over to like 140 150 something like that you can see how that's really help just alleviate some of our contrast issues and we can also reduce the overall layer opacity to like 50 or 60 percent on the opacity slider here that opacity slider by the way same exact opacity slider as you have out here in your layers panel and at this point we can go ahead we'll throw a channel mixer onto this I'm working in the the green output channel here I'm going to boost the constant maybe 2 or 3 man maybe like two percent I'm gonna go to the red I'm going to boost the red to like one hundred and ten percent and also boost the constant two or three as well so we're just enriching the reds and greens giving us a little bit of like a somewhat washed out orange look and we're also going to use a color lookup table so that's the color lookup adjustment layer right here these are these are really cool with the color lookup we have all these 3d lots we can load and there's a bunch of presets here in Photoshop that maybe you've never even known about I want to go with the futuristic bleak there it is three DL you're going to see it's going to give me this washed out just really neat look and I'm going to set the layer opacity here to 50% I've got the move tool selected so I can just hit the number 5 it's going to set that layer to the opacity of 50 and we're going to do that same camera raw grain trick by adding a new layer naming it grain and going edit fill 50% gray --great filter Camera Raw. Filter the effects tab right we got this down pat amount I'm going to amount 100 size 100 roughness 100 everything 100 hit OK we're going to set this to soft light and you can see how we just get this beautiful like fuzzy television type grain I just love it so much just a quick pause here before we head on to the fourth way that we create these glitches in Photoshop make sure you subscribe to my email newsletter I've just pointing to the link that appeared up there you go ahead and use that link sign up for the newsletter when you sign up you get a free tutorial 30 ways to improve your speed and working faster in Photoshop you're really really going to love that free download that comes with signing up for the newsletter and you're gonna get all kinds of awesome emails from me awesome non-spam emails I should say let's get back to the video now let's go ahead and move along to the fourth glitch effect that we're going to talk about him and jump back out to my finder grab another jpg open it with you guessed it Photoshop because that's where we're working and now we're going to create a noise based glitch filter effect this this one is really neat to do we're gonna go ahead and create a blank layer here this can be sort of a junk throwaway layer we're going to grab the gradient tool here you can see I've got this very bizarre gradient up here go ahead and select your gradient editor under the gradient editor you can choose gradient type normally you were with a solid gradient but in this case we want the noise gradient now I'm just staggering my blue green and red color sliders here because I find it renders a better effect for what we were doing and then just choose the randomize button a bunch of times to mix things up and get a gradient that looks like it has a lot of lights and a lot of darks go ahead and hit OK and I'm going to drag from the bottom hold down my shift key drag straight up to the top of my document and place this horrifying-looking gradient what I'm going to do now is go image adjustments desaturate we've got a black and white gradient now next up image adjustments levels I'm going to drag the black slider over quite a bit and the white slider over quite a bit because we're looking to create a totally randomized series of white stripes shooting horizontally across a black background once you got this go ahead and hit OK and what we now need to do is select the color white with our color range tool by going select color range and I'm just going to tell color range to select the highlights and leave fuzziness somewhere around 2025 well you know actually maybe I'll need to bump it up a little bit here let's go like 70 maybe something like that reduce the range a little bit or increase the range really removing back into the darks a little bit more a range around 125 this is all going to depend on your image just watch your sort of preview here hit OK you can see we've got all this stuff selected that's perfect we can now go select and we're going to choose to save this selection we're saving it as a new channel new channel and we're just going to name this a one or something you can name it whatever you want I mean it's just go ahead and hit OK and over here in the channels panel there's oh one great now we need to deselect by going select deselect and I'm going to delete this layer just put the Delete key or the backspace key I'm going to create another new layer we need to repeat the whole process let's get a different gradient alright there we go randomize a couple times hit OK I'm going to drag it from the top down holding shift you can drag it from the bottom up top down doesn't matter the hotkey to desaturate is command shift or control shift you and the hotkey for opening up levels is command l or ctrl L I'm going to drag the black slider over I'm going to drag the white slider over black slider over white slider over really bring in a lot of whites go ahead and hit OK what I'm going to do now is go ahead and choose select color range once again I'm selecting my highlights I can increase my range here or decrease it a little bit go ahead and hit OK and once more what I'm going to do is go select save selection and I'm going to save this as Oh again a new channel go ahead hit OK command or ctrl D to deselect drag this layer down to the garbage all right so we now have two channel based selections that we're going to be working with to start this effect we're going to convert our background image to a smart object by right-clicking and choosing convert to smart object and we're going to duplicate it one to three times I'm going to name the top layer lines you probably know what that's for I'm going to name the middle layer are probably maybe even know what that's for and the bottom layer B and the very bottom layer we can just name base once more I'm going to hide these layers and I'm going to apply a mild waves filter to the base layer so filter distort wave and it's we really really really want it to be mild the the beauty of this particular effect is in it's sort of sublime yet subtle nature really sublime and subtle nature so I'm going to go with this scale of 4 on the horizontal and just stick with 1 on the vertical and I'm going to increase my amplitude just a little bit here on the max end of things and I'm watching here this this tall tower I can really get a feel for how crazy this effect is going to be there we go nice and subtle all right so it's just it's not ripping everything to shreds but it's still doing you know some damage let's work with our our layer first I'm going to drag it down here and what I need to do is go to my channels now or I can actually just go select load selection I can load the oh one channel that's our first series of horizontal lines right and I'm going to mask this our layer within just these lines doesn't make a lot of sense now but it will in a moment we're going to go layer layer mask reveal selection now you can't see anything or much of anything because well you can see there's our original image and now we just have these other additional lines squigglies added to it we want to hit the little chain icon here to unlink the contents of the layer from the layer mask and make sure you have the layer selected you see a little white outline that appears around it we're working on the layer we want to go ahead and upscale this layer rating commander ctrl T and we're going to set the width and 8 to 103 percent so there's width and here's height 103 we're just making it a little bit bigger go ahead and check to commit that change you can see there's before there's after we're doing this kind of crazy effect and we're going to double click out here and we're going to just leave the Reds turned on in here so we're getting just a little like red flicker that's really cool and what I now want to do this is where it kind of gets really neat is we go filter noise add noise and we want to add noise to this layer Gaussian noise and don't turn on monochromatic I wanted to be colorful noise if I add a lot of noise you can see I get this really pronounced effect I don't want it to be quite so pronounced I want it to be you know kind of in between super pronounced and SuperDuper subtle something kind of like that it's about 45% for this layer this is going to depend on your image and the sort of random selection that you got with that gradient so you're going to have to adjust that gradient probably for or I'm sorry the noise amount for every image that you work on let's turn on our B layer here and in this case we're going to go select load selection we will select the second channel we created ok great we're going to go layer once more layer mask reveals selection great unlink that layer once more select the contents of this layer and what we're going to do here is we're going to transform this layer by hitting commander ctrl T we're not going to upscale it we're simply going to drag it out to the right here so just drag it out a little bit maybe like 101 102 ish percent I'll do this manually let's go like let's go 101 that looks pretty pretty intense there I'm going to nudge this back you can see it kind of moved off of the edge of my photo over here we really want to make sure we're anchored in there great ok I'm going to go I need to check icon to commit that change in this case we'll double click and we want to shut off all of the channels except the B Channel so now we're going to get kind of this purple and green effect introduced really really cool go ahead and hit OK and we're going to once more add some noise so I can just hold on my alt or option key and hit add noise and again I just want to add noise kind of to taste so too much noise you can see it goes really really crazy but just the right amount of noise just like kind of says hey I'm here but I'm not in your face so about 20 percent looks like it's going to work well for us in this instance go ahead and hit okay now we'll come up to the lines layer turn that on our foreground and background color we really want to make sure their black and white we're gonna go filter filter gallery you're probably used to this at this point right halftone pattern here we're going to reduce the size to probably about six something that's sort of medium sized and we're going to bump the contrast to let's try 10 we really we're looking to get a little bit more white kind of in between there hit okay and we're going to set the layer blend mode here to screen now it really really washes out the image kind of sort of way too much we're going to reduce the opacity to something like 20 percent maybe a little over 20 percent you can see there's before and there's after so we get the really neat like a little bit of line effect a little bit of this washed out effect it just works together really nicely let's throw a hue/saturation adjustment layer on top of this that's hue/saturation right there we're going to go to the red channel pump the red saturation a little bit +28 looks good let's also pump the yellow saturation a little bit and something right there between 20-25 also looks pretty pretty good we're going to throw a curves adjustment layer on here we're going to kill off contrast with curves by dragging up on the black point here and dragging down on the white point you can see it's really just really wiping up wiping out the the contrast and lifting the blacks it's kind of a neat effect but we immediately want to counteract it with another color lookup table and we're going to go with let's try crisp warm that's pretty cool that actually looks really nice I really like what it does to the tones and it even works well with the red and the blue noise that's showing up in there looks really neat so reduce the opacity of this to maybe like 45 50 percent something like that looks pretty good and at this point we can just go ahead and throw more grain on it I will probably use more of that camera raw grain to spare us going through all that again I'm going to come to this image select the grain layer grab my move tool drag it right over and drop it in place and you can see there we go we've got some grain in place before and after and it's just a really really neat effect this is probably one of my favorite of these 5 glitches number four really really dig it so that leaves us with just the last one number five once more I'm going to jump out to the finder I'm going to grab image number 5 and I'm going to open it here in Photoshop and let's take a look at the sort of retro glitch effect the color based glitch effect now I'm gonna duplicate my background layer three times commander control J one two three I'm going to name the top layer magenta I'm going to name the you don't actually that should be the middle layer I'm going to name the top layer yellow because we're going to split this up to cyan magenta yellow so we've got cyan magenta yellow we've got our background layer I'm going to shut those three layers off real quick I'm gonna drop a black and white adjustment layer here just a black and white my background layer I can always reduce the opacity of this if I just want to wash out some of the color maybe we want to do that kind of interesting like 65 percent opacity looks pretty cool let's turn on the cyan layer now I haven't converted this to a smart object because I want to apply levels directly to this layer by hitting command or control L and I'm going to go to the red channel here and I'm going to drag the white output slider from the the right hand side all the way to the left gives me this heavy sigh Antone hit okay now watch what it does here when we do it in the green Channel so I'm going to select the magenta layer commander control L magenta by the way the opposite of green we're gonna grab that white output slider drag it all the way to the left you can see heavy heavy magenta cast let's turn on the yellow layer hit command or control L go down to the blue channel because of course yellow is the opposite of blue grab that weight output slider drag it way over to the the left and we've got to have yellow cast we want to set this yellow layer to the blend mode of screen so we're going to set that to screen actually you know let's not go screen first let's apply some some wave effects to these so let's convert each of these to a smart object at this point right click convert to smart object same thing with magenta convert to smart object right click cyan convert to smart object I'm going to shut off my two top layers here under cyan we're going to go filter distort you guessed it wave we've done it a hundred times ready today I'm going to set my horizontal to like seven or eight something like that we can we can kind of mess him up a little bit go ahead and hit OK alright we got them all chopped in horizontal pieces let's go with magenta here up on the magenta layer I'm going to go filter hold down my alt or option key to open the wave dialog box once more I'm going to go with larger slices here randomize. It a click or two there we go we got some nice big chop so you know what that's probably not quite not quite noticeable enough my taste so let's increase this a bit go random random there we go something like that hit OK and there we go we got we got it chopped up nicely and now we're going to go with yellow and again filter hold on the altar option key open that wave dialog box once more randomize this a couple times and something like that looks good hit OK and you can see we just have three different wave effects here in fact I want to mix up this wave effect a little bit and increase the amplitude here a bit hit okay it's just going to really exaggerate those slices even more and after I do that I'm just going to collapse that that little flyout area and now so I can actually see what's going on let's set the blend mode to screen and then for magenta that already looks pretty cool but for magenta we're also going to set it to screen and then for cyan to kind of darken things up will go like multiply or maybe just straight-up darken actually kind of like darken because it keeps things ironically a little bit lighter and then here you can see before and after our black and white adjustment we're just taking someone like the color out of the yellow wall maybe I'll even pump this up a little bit more yeah somewhere around like 75 80 opacity looks a little bit better we really want this to look like a washed out image go up select the the yellow layer here and we're going to add a levels adjustment layer here above this by going levels will increase the blacks just a little bit and we'll also fade them with touch so increase in fade and then we're going to dim down the white just a little bit all right kill off some of the whites going on especially up in the highlights it's a little bit too intense and once more we'll go color look-up tables and I think here I want to go let's try edgy amber see how it's like this really crazy sepia type effect and I'm gonna set it to the blend mode of multiply and then just reduce the opacity to I don't know 45 50 in fact if we go 50 we might not even need yeah we don't even need that levels adjustment let's get rid of that I could just increase the opacity to like 65 and get a really really cool effect with that and then again at this point all you need to do is drag some grain in so I'm going to drag the grain in from this image there we go we've got our grain I'm going to crank the grain up a little bit for this shot and that's going to be it we've created 5 diff rent glitch effects I know I promised you that I preview all the actions but I kind of think I've reviewed all the actions right because we went through them I don't really want to waste your time going over you know actions are going to create exactly what we just went over in detail creating one by one by one by one by one so there you have it we've created five different glitch effects in Photoshop make sure you're following me on instagram it's at Tut vid there's a link down in the description to this video if you use these effects on photos and you love them post them on Instagram tag me I'll see it I'd love to see what you create I'll try to get in and like the images and comment on and let you know what I think about them and obviously even if you didn't follow the tutorial you can still download the free actions and apply them and I'd still love to see them if you've enjoyed the video please make sure you go ahead and leave a like on this video also make sure you subscribe to my channel you'll never miss another video in the future drop a comment below let me know what you liked about the tutorial and how you enjoyed it or if you didn't really enjoy it I would love to hear so for creating five individual glitch effects in Photoshop and the free action pack of glitches that comes along with it that's it get it got it good Daniel Dodgen tuck vidcom I'll catch you




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