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    Hi all, I'd like to know how to make that "screen look" on Photoshop, I think it's a mix with Cross-Processing by adding blue tones. Here is what I mean: >>Click<<<
    You see that blue look with a specular bloom on the back? Right, what's the most professional way to simulate that on Photoshop and how.

    EDIT: I forgot to mention, this forum's banner is a good example.
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    Hi all, I'd like to know how to make that "screen look" on Photoshop, I think it's a mix with Cross-Processing by adding blue tones. Here is what I mean: &gt;&gt;Click&lt;&lt;&lt;
    You see that blue look with a specular bloom on the back? Right, what's the most professional way to simulate that on Photoshop and how.

    EDIT: I forgot to mention, this forum's banner is a good example.
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    Screen look? What's that supposed to mean?
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    Here's some examples:
    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y10...eadzone_ms.jpg
    Notice the orange look on the image?

    http://tecnologia.tiscali.it/sfondi/matrix_reloaded/med...loaded.car-chase.jpg
    Notice the high contrast with a green look?

    http://image.ydy.com/ronald/cold_case_1024_wp22.jpg
    Notice the low-saturation with a dark tone?

    That's what I mean screen look, a curve layer. Now I would like to make that as it's shown as the example I gave on my original post.
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    I'd just use the lighting bloom tool &lt;__&lt;

    While this is open, could anyone explain how to create the futuristic "static" effects seen in the trailer?
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