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1 [PS]Photoshop Tutorial Add Cool Fireworks to the Photo on Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:37 pm

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If you are interesting in pyrotechnics then this tutorial special for you!


In the beginning, find some appropriate photo of the night sky where we can demonstrate fireworks effect. I think this one photo will be great example. Open this picture. Now, before we can start making fireworks lines, I would like to note you that you need to get out the Brush Tool before and set up with the following settings:
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Then change some brush presets to create realistic fireworks lines. You can do it using Window > Brushes:
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After that set foreground color to #c0ff00. Ok, select the Pen Tool (make sure that you’re working with Paths instead of Shape Layers). Draw out your line using paths:
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Then press Esc to finish the current line. Create a new layer, after that right-click and select Stroke Path.
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A little dialog box will appear as in the screenshot. Choose Brush and press OK.
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You can see the result on the picture below.
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Create other lines in the same way. It will be better to create about 5-6 lines, not more.
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Looks good, isn’t it? Ok, go to the next step. Apply Outer Glow layer style for this layer.
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Effect will be next:
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Ok, after that select the Brush Tool and set up the next presets as on my picture below:
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Draw the print on the same layer.
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After that change the brush from the palette and add a little bit more dots in the bottom of lines.
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Do it a couple of times.
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Now, select a new one standard brush as shown below.
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Make the same prints as on my picture.
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And the last one thing that we need to do is add the glow around the fireworks. Create a new layer and move it under the layer with fireworks. Set foreground color as #b3c8ff, then select the Brush Tool and a soft round brush about 170 pixels and print a big dot like mine:
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Change opacity to 45% for this layer.
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Then add I little bit more fireworks in the same way:
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Ok, time to move our fireworks out the tower. Use the Eraser Tool to clear foreground from flashes.
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Looks better, but, I think, not finished. Do you agree with me? To remove this unsuitable feeling go to the background layer and duplicate it with Ctrl+J. after that change picture hue with Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation.
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Now we have something like this:
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Select the Eraser Tool (Opacity: 30%) to clear left part of image from the blue glow.
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Looks better! Don’t you think? That is it for now! Enjoy this tutorial!

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