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1. Open the picture you want to work with and click the quick Mask tool in the toolbar.
2. Use the paint bucket to fill the mask and draw a selection with the Marquee tool. Press delete and deselect. These are the basic steps, and you can now use almost any filter to apply cool edge effects. ...
1. Open a 500*200 document.
2. Go Filter> Render> Clouds
3. Go Filter> Render> Diffrent Clouds
4. Go Filter> Blur> Radial Blur (Amount: 50 Blur Method: Zoom Quality: Good)
Step 1: Create a new document (400x400) and fill it with black.
Step 2: Go to Layer > New > Layer from background.
Step 3: Go to Filter > Render > Lens Flare and with the default settings, position it in the top-left corner.
1. Make a new document, anysize doesn't matter. Now press "D" on your keyboard to reset the foreground and background colors to black and white. Make sure your background is white. <br/>2. Make a new layer and pply Filter > Render > Clouds. Then apply select the background layer and apply Filter ...
1. Make a new document, anysize doesn't matter. Now press "D" to reset the foreground and background colors to black and white. Make sure your background is black. <br/>2. Apply 4 to 6 lens flares, I used 35mm prime and scattered them on my canvas:
1. Open a new document, my dimensions were 380x300
2. Filter > Render > Clouds
3. Filter > Pixelate > Mezzotint > Short Strokes
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1. Start by making a new (File > New or Ctrl+N) image with the dimensions being 400px in width and height.
2. Create a new layer (Layer > New > Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N), then set your foreground color to #0066FF and background color to #000000.
1. Create a new image (File > New or Ctrl+N):
2. Create a new layer (Layer > New > Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N).
3. Press D on your keyboard to reset your colors.
1. Create a new image (File > New or Ctrl+N):
2. Create a new layer (Layer > New > Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N).
3. Press D on your keyboard to reset your colors.