please can anyone tell me how to do this

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how did he do it please if there is a tutorial on how to do it



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TMM10

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Easy. Get a tripod. Take 2 pictures, one with the person in the frame, one just with the background. Find a brush that makes that neon blue line. Trace the outline of the part of the shirt/jacket that you want to be in neon, then cut out the parts of the layer without the person in it and only leave the parts of the person that you want.(like the shirt inside the hoodie.) then if you know anything about photoshop there might be a little bit of final touching up to make everything look nice but that’s basically it.
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TMM10 is right, but I doubt this guy was ever in that setting. If you have a picture of a person and a background you already want to use it wouldn't be that difficult to blend them together for this effect. In this case the only part that appears to match the background is the sunlight on his hair.
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You’re probably right, but to make it look more realistic you shoot them both at the same time and place lol.
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HOO DINI

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my problem is not how to blind. my problem is i dont know how to make the neon color. 
thanks by the way for the replies 
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Well there might be a way to automate (not having to draw them yourself) making the neon lines, but I wouldn’t know what that would be. If you need help with finding the right brush and with the painting aspect I’m not really the one to talk about that either.
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If you are a Windows user, you can look into the Fractilius Plugin from Redfield. It can do the neon - no problem. It is not available for Mac. 
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I used a method for doing a set of pics in the "Comic Strip" style.
This relatively simple to be done. 
Here you can see on of the interpretations based on the method