Very useful technique to make Dynamic Backgrounds in Photoshop. We will learn some Basic Photoshop Tools in this tutorial. Here we are going to start.

1. Take a new file of any size, I’m going to take 560x400px size with 72 Resolution and RGB color mode.

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2. Now run the command,  Filter >> Render >> Difference clouds:

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3. Now goto Filter >> Pixelate >> Mezzotint and give the following settings:

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you will get the following:

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4. Now run the command Filter >> Blur >> Radial blur and give the following setting:

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this result will occur:

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5. Now press Ctrl+F 3 times to repeat this Radial Blur:

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6. Now run the command Filter >> Distort >> Twirl and give the following settings:

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You will get this result:

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7. Press Ctrl+J to copy it and change the Blending mode (Lighten) and then goto Filter >> Distort>> Twirl and give the following setting:

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you will get this result:

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8. Now press Ctrl+T (transform) and right click on it and select Flip Horizontal.

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9. Press Ctrl+J to copy it and then press Ctrl+T then select Flip Horizontal and Flip Vertical.

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10. Now select upper layer and press ctrl+U:

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Give the following setting and hit OK:

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This effect will come:

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Now select middle layer and press Ctrl+U and give the following setting:

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You will ge this:

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Now select Background layer and press Ctrl+U and give the following setting:

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Here is the final result:

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