Lens Flare Filter Tips
Dave Cross shows how to use the Lens Flare Filter with more flexibility.
Dave Cross is Senior Developer, Education and Curriculum for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals and is involved in all aspects of the training that is provided to NAPP members. Dave’s book “The Photoshop CS2 Help Desk” is now available on ScottKelbyBooks.com
Nice tutorial well done
By any chance do you have the directions from the video typed up in step by step directions?
Thanks so much that is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That’s one of the most useful things I’ve seen in a long time. You could even layer multiple lens flares to create a different effect.
Thanks! I love the tutorial!
fantanstic… i like so much!! very useful
Sweet. Thanks for the great tip.
why not changing the layer to an smart-object and then you can change the lensflar even all the other settings
Thanks for the tutorial. Excellent.
nice tutorial… really good..
thx. Still you can keep the lensflare layer undamaged when cropping, if you convert it to a smart object before.
Lens flare can appear as a general haze across the picture that lightens it reducing contrast. It can also appear as streaks across the picture or shapes, usually circles, in the picture.
I find similiar tutorial about understanding and how to avoid lens flare when take a shoot… just for share