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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.
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 will show you ways to adjust and blend multiple stocks together to create a seamless kaleidoscopic base for an artwork. The tutorial also cover basic etching techniques, look at some new layer-masking methods and have a play with different kinds of blur effects.
In this tutorial, it shows you how to create the Spectrum that is a default style in Fireworks. After that change the Blend Mode to Overlay. This rectangle will be on top of the other elements. The result will be as the thumbnail.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a CD cover with special spectrum design. Some useful methods of enhancing workflow and efficiency are shown like using smart objects. The image we are creating will be in the style of some of the Ministry of Sound CD’s.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create your own space scene using three stock photos in Photoshop. The majority of the effects use the brush tool, layer effects and the filter gallery. You may want to set aside an hour or two before starting this tutorial because it requires quite a bit of work to accomplish.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create the light stream picture. The original picture is from NASA site. Take a smallish hard brush and just scribble in different colours. Basically just play around until you come up with something you like. Here is mine with a few more light streams added.