Make a Abstract Photo in Photoshop

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Intro: Make a Abstract Photo in Photoshop

A really cool effect using photoshop! No tools used in the making of this photo!!! Very easy & perfect for beginners.

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    Kahli

    8 years ago on Introduction

    That's pretty cool! I always wondered how to do that but I wasn't brave enough to play with anything in the filtering section :P
    Who knew it'd be so easy?! Thanks for a great and easy to follow tutorial :)

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    amakerguywhjh

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I can't see it when I'm recording but the recording software does that if I want it to. I use camstudio

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    -henry-

    9 years ago on Introduction

    nice. Also, it's pronounced 'radeeal blur.' I should start making these

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    amakerguySuhebat

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    13... Here is a simple way to remember how to do this effect (print it if you need to)... 1) Open a new document (any size) and reset your colors by pressing D then X. 2) Go to FILTER>RENDER>DIFFERENCE CLOUDS 3) Go to FILTER>BLUR>RADIAL BLUR with these settings: Amount: 100 Blur Method: Zoom Quality: Best 4) Go to FILTER>ARTISTIC>PLASTIC WRAP With these settings Highlight Strength: 15 Detail: 9 Smoothness: 7 5) Do another FILTER>BLUR>RADIAL BLUR With the same settings as before 6) Go to FILTER>STYLIZE>GLOWING EDGES With these settings: Edge width: 2 Edge Brightness: 20 Smoothness: 1 7) press CTRL+U to change the color (Note: Colorize box must be checked)