How to Turn Your Architectural Drawings and Images into “Blueprints” on Photoshop? – Check the Video
“Blueprint” was a technical drawing reproduction method used to document architectural drawings using light paper that chemically reacts to light. The method was invented by John Herschel who was an English astronomer as well as a mathematician, and chemist, in 1842. Blueprints are famous for their thin accurate white lines on a blue background. These lines are the negative of the original drawings. In the 1940s, Blueprints were replaced by digital printing on white paper which was cheaper and faster.
Authentic Blueprints of numerous architectural masterpieces which were built in the late 19th century and the early 20th century remain up to this day, proving the value of Herschel’s invention in preserving world heritage. Now, if you are a fan of the vintage look of original blueprints, you can digitally turn your drawings, renderings, and favorite architecture images into ones. This tutorial by Blue Lightning TV Photoshop will teach you how.