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hahaha that practical application is awesome, I did not know that a single dot coud become as awesome as that! thanks mate, it was really helpful
i knew JJ Abrams would have been mentioned XD
You've got some well thought out tutorials great job and highly helpful! I find it ironic that everyone who knows how to use PS is like 'don't use the special effects. they're horrible' XD But, I've recently had it pointed out that its called PHOTO-shop for a reason. It was originally meant to fix up photos, hence all the effects and filters. I'm just glad its more versatile than that!
thank you so much i really want to kiss you
I love the stretched dot idea. I never would've thought of that.
Thanks so much for this tutorial! I can't wait to try it out on some shiny weapons!
is this for photoshop only? cause it looks great, but i have PTS
Oh my god I love J.J. Abrams lens flares! I can always tell it's his movies because of those!
Thanks a lot for the advise
Thank you for sharing. As a digital newb, this will come in handy.
omg, thanks for the tutorial! these filters are really helpful XD
JJ Abrams...eat your heart out... we too shall have lens flare! Thanks so much for this. Great work.
With the blue J.J. Abrams flare how do you get rid of the black background when you use the stock flare? Great tutorial by the way!
you're a god among gods!
Thank you so much!!! I've been wondering FOREVER how to successfully render this!
Very nice tips!! Thank you very much again!
Dot stretch level:clever.
that dot stretch is so clever Thanks for sharing your wisdom
On a black layer set to Screen -- that's a good tip, i'm gonna try that. Thanks!
Helpful. Idk when I'll use this but it'll be there in case.
I love you so much for this, thank you!