Add beautiful star filters to your photos with these amazing Photoshop actions. I made a tutorial recently about how to add a star filter effect in Photoshop. However, it is a lot of steps so I came up with these Photoshop actions that will automatically generate 8 styles of star filters in 7 sizes from small to large. I hope you enjoy them.
Learn how to simulate the star filters that you place in front of your lens when taking a photo. Star filters are a great way to make your night photos more interesting but if you don’t have any, you can do it easily in Photoshop. In this tutorial, you’ll learn an efficient way to simulate various types of star filters using nondestructive techniques. You’ll also learn some great tips on using Smart Objects and how they can save you a lot of time.
Today I’ll be showing you how to create your own cross processing effects using Photoshop. Back in the days, film photographers would deliberately develop their photos with the wrong chemicals to get really cool abstract color effects. We can now do it easily in Photoshop and I have an awesome layer setup that makes this incredibly easy. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to setup just three layers that will let you create an unlimited amount of retro effects in a short time. It’s fun, easy and fast. So if you’re ready to create your own effects, let’s get started.