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Magic lighting effect in photoshop
I decided to write another one on some of the photoshop effects. Although I use Photoshop on a daily basis, I am by no means a photoshop expert. The whole process took me about 35 minutes, one thing I think is really cool is to apply the color dodge blending option to folder, and put blured elements inside of it. Using it you can create some really amazing light effects.
How to create something unusual? One of the creation to be considered is abstract material. You need to come up with a topic before going ahead your implementation. This light blue combination looks irregular, but it is full with art style.
Colorful abstract background can be applied to many different objects. Therefore, it is very useful in most of the time. You can use the similar idea to design your own abstract background to suit for your different needs.
In this tutorial, it is going to let you learn the creation of science fiction art poster. Firstly, you need to find a photo with a standing human shadow. Then, start to change the sky into a Sci-Fi scene. This process is gonna contain a lot of blur function.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a dramatic Northern Lights scene. It looks complicate, but it is not. You just need to follow the steps, then you are able to make it. Of course, you can change the light color as you want.
This tutorial will present you how to create special color effect in photoshop. This effect is mainly created by brush. Therefore, a lot of brush setting and techniques will be involved. If you try to use different color, it may end up another good result.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate you to create light effect in fireworks. To make this, the idea is simple, but nice. You can create one as logo or use as button. The color combination is changeable. You can make a different one by changing the colors.
In this tutorial, it will let you have a go one of the most effective and easily mastered techniques that is used for making striking, dynamic distortions of subjects, although the technique can be adapted to any objects that you wish to feature in your work, such as cars or trees.