Photoshop Tutorial: Lightning/Electricity

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Photoshop Tutorial
1. Startup
For this tutorial, I'm not going to use any picture and apply this effect to it as a manipulation. I'll just use a plain new document and guide you through. First off, make a new 350x350 document with white background. Create a new layer, then press D on your keyboard to reset the foreground and background colors to default. Now go to Filter > Render > Clouds.


Now go to Filter > Render > Difference Clouds.


If you don't get something that has those sort of electric lines in it, press CTRL + F to apply that filter again and again, until you get something with them.

2. Leveling
Press CTRL + L to bring up the levels panel. Input 0, 2.85 and 135 for the input levels, from left to right, then press OK.



3. Light it up!
Now you just need to invert the colors by pressing CTRL + I to make the lighting look more realistic. Take care!

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Stalin_q8: Looks good. Thanks for the tutorial. :thumbsup:
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i need all the tutaurials for photoshop cs i can get
fanks alot, i cud use this, n e more tips?
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Well .. i would put more tutorials in the Digital Art Fourm .. :wink:

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