Bring Magic to a Forest using Photoshop

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Bring Magic to a Forest using Photoshop After processing my latest forest image, I thought its time to show you how I brought this super cool (and a little magic) light into the image using Photoshop. So here is┬áthe final image: The original was a little boring, so have a look at my tutorial to …

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Natural Streetlight

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Today I spent some time playing with light – especially in photography there are so many choices to make and things to consider when it comes to light, its nearly annoying, hehe. So, I just finished this image: I took this one around an area called Fairy Mountain, a hiking trail in Ireland. Super nice …

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How to Create Light Rays in Photoshop

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How to Create Light Rays in Photoshop This is a little bit of an older post – but I checked it (July 2016), and it is actually not bad haha. So, lets jump in; here is how to create light rays in Photoshop. Part one – Identify the light source If you don’t have a …

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Lake Guinness

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This is big! And when I say big, I mean it. In fact, I needed several hours to create this image and there was no way to write that down with screenshots. So, here we are on youtube for 40 min for a change – which is even better! See exactly what I do and …

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4 Easy Steps to add a Glow to your Images

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Sometimes an image can seem a little boring – I often think that a little glow can help a lot! Se here are my 4 super easy steps to get such a glow in Photoshop. 1. Duplicate the layerFirst, get you image into Photoshop and duplicate the layer twice. You can use CMD/STRG+J to duplicate …

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