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Photoshop Tutorial – Light Things Step By Step

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Photoshop Tutorial – Light Things
Mohamed Saber

In this photoshop tutorial I’ll show you how to light any thing and make some lighting effects. In the beginning  the Concept of Light things, I had to explain this Concept because I could not find a tutorial for converting anything into a light like the soul.
For this example, I’ll be using an image of a bird But We recommend that you visit the site  PEXELS  to download free photos. Or you can also go to the Unsplash It contains a great library of pictures.

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You can apply the example to anything But make sure you are using a dark background
Open your image in Photoshop and duplicate the layer (Alt + J or Command + J on Mac). Next, hide the new layer by clicking on the Eye icon

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then. Go to Filter > Filter Gallery

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See the changing effects in preview panel when ,I drag these options left and right
just press “OK” to apply the final effect to the image.
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The Next step ,Go to layer blend Modes Select Luminosity


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click on layer Ctrl + left click to select the bird and create New layer under bird layer


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choose white color from color Picker to fill Layer


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Next, Go to filter >Blur> Gaussian Blur


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changing effects in preview panel the same i do this options


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Select Bird Layer and change his Levels options

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make the same effects in preview Levels panel

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Photoshop Tutorial is Finished !
I hope you benefited from this tutorial. I am waiting to see artworks with this concept
To be able to view it, use this #cloud_things and thanks for you
You can Make Artworks with Light things Concept So let’s say

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Sketch: using Canson Paper and 2b Pencil Faber castell



Software: using Adobe Photoshop cc

thanks for  this Photoshop Tutorial watching

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