Photoshop adds a brilliant halo effect to your photos

Source: Internet
Author: User

Photoshop's Lens Glow filter is one of the most widely used PS filters, and he can make your photos look more romantic.

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Step 1th-Open the footage and copy the background layer

Run Photoshop and open the footage photo.

Press Ctrl + J shortcut to copy the background layer and get layer 1.

Step 2nd-Apply Photo filters

Perform a filter-> render-> lens flare for layer 1

Photoshop automatically pops up the lens Flare dialog box at this point.

We chose "50-300 mm Zoom" and moved the brightest part of the halo to the position of the sun in the picture.

Click OK to exit the Lens Flare dialog box.

Reduce the opacity of layer 1 to 85%, making the halo effect more natural than the photo.

3rd Step-color palette

We see that the contrast between the shades of the picture with the "lens flare" is weaker,

Below we use the Curve tool to enhance the contrast.

Create a new curve adjustment layer above layer 1.

Pull the curve and adjust it to the "S" shape.

Click OK to exit the Curve dialog box, save the photo, complete.

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