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Pimp a Landscape in Photoshop – Royal Tutorial

This tutorial builds on the previous tutorial that used different blending modes and motion blurs. Here we’ll add a special burst effect overlay that gives any photo a strong pop. There are




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In this tutorial we’re going to be using a lot of the similar effects as used in the previous tutorial but we’re going to add a little more zest using a different technique.  Here is the image we will be creating:

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First click here to download the image we will need to be starting with.

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Open the photo in Photoshop and place the photo of the road you downloaded above.  Immediately Resize the document by going to image > image size and selecting the following settings:

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Now we have a resized photo.  Now we’re going to duplicate the original layer 2 times for a total of 3 layers.  Before you can duplicate the photo of the road, lets first unlock it by double mouse clicking on the layer and selecting ok.

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Now to duplicate the background (road) layer click the layer and select Layer > Duplicate do this twice so you now have 3 layers of the same image.  Name these three layers “original bg,” “vertical blur,” and “horizontal blur”

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With the vertical blur layer selected.  Select filter > blur > motion blur and enter the following settings:

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Click “ok” and select the “horizontal blur” layer and select filter > blur > motion blur and enter the following settings:

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Now put the layers in the following order:

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Now set the “original bg” to Multiply and set the “vertical blur” layer to Color Dodge. Now select the “original bg” layer and select Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and select the following settings:

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This is what the image will look like so far:

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Now we’re going to add a little extra awesomeness…  Create a new layer above all of the other layers. Choose a white background. Then press D on your keyboard to reset the colors. Go to filter > render > clouds.

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Now go to Filter > Pixelate > Mezzotint. Select long lines from the drop down menu.

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Next go to Filter > Blur > Radial Blur. Choose 100, zoom, and best.

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Set this layer to Overlay and WE’RE DONE! You should have a sweet picture that looks like the one below.  Super easy and creates a neat effect.

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