How to Use Displace Filter in Photoshop

Step 07

  • Now again makes the brick layer to the newly made curtain layer adjustment layer, Change the Blend Mode of the Layer to Overlay. Your result will be something like the image below. You can make the effect stronger by duplicating the layer if you want, if you are going to do that change the opacity otherwise it will become too dark.
  • I made the second brick layer in to Soft Light.
7.1 Overlay Mode
7.1 Overlay Mode
7.2 Soft Light Mode
7.2 Soft Light Mode

Step 08

  • Now as for the next steps, we will duplicate the girl with only the curtain without the masked brick layer and we will apply the above added Layer adjustment and Desaturate effect to it and save it as a separate PSD file, this will be used as the displacement map in the next steps.
8.1 New PSD of the girl
8.1 New PSD of the girl

Step 09

  • Now go Back to your design, select the brick wall layer and go to Filter>Distort>Pixelate. Use 10 for the Horizontal Scale, 30 for the Vertical Scale. Select Stretch to Fit and Repeat Edge Pixels. Press OK and then another dialog box will open asking you to select a file. Select the Photoshop file you saved in the previous step.

9.1 Adding the next displaced effect
9.1 Adding the next displaced effect

Step 10

  • Now after adding all these displacement effects, go to Layer>New Adjustment Layer>Gradient Map. Make sure that its black and white and the change the Blend Mode to Soft Light.
10.1 Adding the gradient Map
10.1 Adding the gradient Map
10.2
10.2

Step 11

  • As for the next step go to Layer>New Adjustment Layer>Photo Filter. Use orange for the color with 60% Density.
11.1
11.1
11.2 Adding the Filter Orange
11.2 Adding the Filter Orange