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i try to edit a photo like the picture. i think that is an overlay color. after i try to make overlay with Photoshop, the result is totally diferent.

Uptwon photo

This is the result of my attempt

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It's quite easy to do that and there are a lot of ways to do it, too.

  • Create a new layer with a white radial gradient from center and set layer opacity to 60% (adjust according to your preferences).
  • Add a HUE adjustment layer and set the saturation to -100.
  • Add a photo filter adjustment layer, pick the color red and uncheck Preserve Luminosity and set the Density to 100%.

Look :

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  • That was fast...but why (supposing that you did) did you downvote @voxwoman and @ryan? Their answers apply too. Like I said, there are a lot of ways to do this and mine is only one of them :) – Alin Aug 31 '15 at 15:04
  • You forget the density. haha. . . many thanks to u. :D – Cecep Aug 31 '15 at 15:06
  • @cecep Yup, I forgot to mention to set it to 100% :) – Alin Aug 31 '15 at 15:08
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i want to make effect like that photo, i thinks that just make a layer with red background and set opacity to 60% (overlay). i was do that, but the result is different.

Make a layer with the color you want on top of the original image, and set the Blending Mode to Multiply (see screencap below. The red part is a solid red layer with blending mode set to Multiply)

The Blending Mode dropdown is at the top of the layers panel.

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