Zip.

3. Choose Filter > Render > Lens Flare to produce the dialog box shown in Figure 2.38.

Figure 2.38. The Lens Flare dialog box offers a choice of four different lens types.

Figure 2.38. The Lens Flare dialog box offers a choice of four different lens types.

4. You can choose to imitate the lens flare typically produced by four different types of lenses, a 50300mm zoom, as well as 35mm and 105mm prime (single focal length) lenses. The fourth choice was new to Photoshop CS: Movie Prime, which duplicates the flare effect of many motion picture camera lenses. Start off by selecting the 105mm prime lens. You can also adjust the amount of flare by moving the Brightness slider, and drag the cross hairs shown in the preview window around to precisely position the center of the flare.

5. Click on OK to apply the flare. Your image will look like Figure 2.39. You can see the effects of the 35mm and 50300mm zoom lens settings in Figure 2.40.

Photoshop Secrets

Photoshop Secrets

Are You Frustrated Because Your Graphics Are Not Looking Professional? Have You Been Slaving Over Your Projects, But Find Yourself Not Getting What You Want From Your Generic Graphic Software? Well, youre about to learn some of the secrets and tips to enhance your images, photos and other projects that you are trying to create and make look professional.

Get My Free Ebook


Post a comment