How to Create Beams of Light and Lens Flare in Photoshop

How to Create Beams of Light and Lens Flare in Photoshop

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15 Responses to “How to Create Beams of Light and Lens Flare in Photoshop”

  1. Barney og Fro says:

    OMG i love you guys! <3?

  2. Maria Luisa Milla says:

    Once again: THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!?

  3. Nick Mavromatis says:

    this is not how to “create” this is how to enhance -_-?

  4. Etheric Dezigns says:

    This guy is great, and it is easy to follow his tutorials. I am going to
    put the lighting effects, and light beam effect into practice! :-)?

  5. Jeffrey BoBoBear says:

    Awesome Aaron! Love the clip of video of the photoshoot!?

  6. Adriana Kohkemper says:

    I love your tutorials so much!?

  7. Martin Rashed says:

    Did you do a tutorial on how to do makeup in photoshop??

  8. J Harriss Photography says:

    You chuffing rule phlearn!!!!?

  9. Jackson Redstar Photography says:
  10. mh khan says:

    awesome work i really like all the videos total revolutionary……for PS

  11. Felipe Ataíde says:

    I just love the way he talks so fast and the fact that we don’t have to
    watch a 1 hour tutorial to get his tips. Fantastic!
    It also feels like when you listen to a podcast with the 2x speed ;)?

  12. Philip Lundgren says:

    Aaaaaaalright mr. Curves. You’ve got a new sub! Very cool effects 🙂

    Also making me want to properly learn curves in PS.. ?

  13. daneimp says:

    VERY cool lens and lightstreakeffect! :D?

  14. Fotografie Tipps von Christian Adams Photographer says:

    I’m using this vignette technique as well. It’s so easy and the results are
    amazing. It gives every image a final push. Very well done!?

  15. DrNiveks says:

    Curves adjustment layers+layer masks+filters are the bomb. I’ll try using
    that more. It makes for very natural results.?

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