So let's jump back into Photoshop. We're gonna pick up where we left off. What I'm gonna do here is the photo filter and the black and white filter that we created. I'm just gonna take those away. I'm gonna select both of them by hitting the photo filter, shift and the black and white filter. And then this delete button. I just wanna get those out of there. And so we're back to just Karen on beans. And so first thing we want to do is we wanna make Karen into a green Martian. And we can do that by going down here and we're gonna click on this and we're gonna click on hue and saturation. And so what we wanna do is we want to click, colorize and we're gonna change her to green. Ah, that's pretty green. That's pretty Martiany. And so that's pretty good. We can hide this. Now remember, we want this to apply to Karen, not the beans. We want her to be a Martian on normal beans like all Martians are. So we're going to option, click between these layers. So that that only applies to Karen. And ...
she doesn't look Martiany enough to me. So I think we need to add a filter. Now, Photoshop has all kinds of really groovy, interesting filters. And they're right at the top. If I say filter, you can see that we have the filter gallery and dabbers. There's some of these things that are just, well, they're grayed out. What the heck? Remember when we talked about bit depth I mentioned the fact that some of the filters and features aren't available on images that are 16 and 32 bit images. So let's see what's going on here. Our image, we click on mode. Sure enough, this is a 16 bit image. And so some of those filters are not available. So what we need to do is we need to take this down to an eight-bit image. That's going to remove some of the color, but for Martian, Karen Martian, it's not gonna matter at all. So we're gonna go down to eight bits per channel. You can't see any difference here. That's only really, if you're doing some fine art printing or something, you're gonna see a difference. And so now we can go, again, make sure you've clicked on Karen, not the mask but on Karen, on that layer here, then go to filter. Now we've got all the filters showing up. So let's go to the filter gallery and right off the bat we have a really cool filter. This is the half tone pattern. So this is in the sketch area of the filters. So I can click on note paper. That's pretty cool or photocopy. But what I wanna do is, I wanna use an artistic filter. So I'm going to click the disclosure triangle here, and let's choose plastic wrap. Okay, this is going to put this weird sort of groovy plastic wrap over Karen. And if we hit, okay, there we go. Now we have, okay, it's a Martian Karen. It's something that we can learn from. If you're laughing, you're learning, right? And so we have created Martian Karen learning using layer effects and styles, layer, mask, adjustment layers, and filters, and yeah, all these fun things.