Black + Lens Flare = glow


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Black + Lens Flare = glow

So here I am back inside the final Martini Hour banner.psd file. You may recall the purplish glow that comprises this Lens Flare in the upper right corner, as well as just sort of this general gooey-glowiness over here in the bottom left. The layers that are responsible for that are these. I will press the F7 key in order to bring up the Layers panel. I want you to see the Splash Layer right there, along with the darken and purplish Adjustment Layers that are clipped to it. I am going to Alt+Click or Option+Click on the eyeball in front of that Splash Layer, and you will see, this is what the glow looks like.

Go ahead and press the F7 key to hide the Layers panel once again. There is the Lens Flare, very bright, and there is some blue stuff that's coming off the Lens Flare. And then I have a little bit of brightness, sort of grayness really, over here. Otherwise, it's just a big black blob. Well, because I applied the Screen Mode to that big black blob, everything that's truly...

Black + Lens Flare = glow
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Black + Lens Flare = glow provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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