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Photoshop Tutorial – Star Burst

This Photoshop Tutorial will teach you how to make Dynamic Backgrounds in Photoshop. We will be creating Start Burst in Photoshop.

1. Take a new file of size 560x400px, with 72 resolution and RGB color mode.

2. Press D to bring default black and white color in the color palette. Then press X to exchange the black and white color from background to foreground.

3. Run the command Filter >> Render >> Clouds.

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4. Now run the command  Filter >> Render >> Difference Clouds. If you didn’t see some thing like show below, then you can prss Ctrl+F as many time, unless you get some like Bright/Contrasted picture shown below.

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5. Now run the command Filter >> Artistic >> Rough Pastels, give the following settings:

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you will get something like this:

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6. Now run the command, Filter >> Brush Strokes >> Accented Edges and give the following settings:

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you will get something like this result:

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7. Now run the command Filter >> Distort >> Polar Coordinates and give the following settings:

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your file will look like this:

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8. Now run the command, Filter >> Stylize >> Wind, give the following settings and hit OK.

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Now press Ctrl+F twice to repeat this command two times, you will get something like this:

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9. Again run the command, Filter >> Distort  >> Polar Coordinates, this time give the following settings:

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your file should give something like shown below:

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10. Now run the command, Image >> Adjustments >> Hue/Saturation or you can only press Ctrl+U, give the following settings:

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your file will give the following look:

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11. Duplicate the layer (by pressing Ctrl+J) and set the duplicated layer’s blending mode to overlay with an opacity of 30% (from Layer panel).

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12. Now run the command Filter >> Other>> High Pass and give the following settings:

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Finally you will get something like this:

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About Wijdan Rohail

A professional Web/Graphic Designer, working as Freelancer since 2000. Designing is my passion, blogging is my hobby.

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