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    You Can Do It


    Latest. Last tag I made a lot of people said to work on lighting, so that's what I tried to improve on.

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    Still needs more work.

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    That's what I figured.

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    For lighting just do Image>apply image
    Filter>render>lighting effects

    and play around with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryguy View Post
    For lighting just do Image>apply image
    Filter>render>lighting effects

    and play around with it.
    I prefer using the burn/dodge tools They give me a little more control over everything.

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    yea that works too. The other way is just something to start with. I dont usually use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kAblE View Post
    I prefer using the burn/dodge tools They give me a little more control over everything.
    Burn/dodge tool is pretty horrible for lighting..
    just letting you know that.

    You won't ever get a natural effect with these.
    These tools tend to leave a flat look,
    and are much better suited for shading.

    Light stocks with a high level of guassian blur,
    layer set to screen, or Linear dodge, tool around with opacity.
    or soft brush layers. Bush set to color dodge, layer set to overlay,
    Use a light color that harmonizes with the tag colors, or just go with white.

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    Brushing/dodge/burn = best lighting emphasis.
    Stick with those.
    Like Eth said, people normally either make light sources or use stocks/c4ds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    Brushing/dodge/burn = best lighting emphasis.
    Stick with those.
    Like Eth said, people normally either make light sources or use stocks/c4ds.
    I think Burn and dodge are ok for spot lighting..

    I just wouldn't use it for a larger area, just because of the flatness effect.

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    Thanks, guys. Back to the drawing board for me ^__^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    I think Burn and dodge are ok for spot lighting..

    I just wouldn't use it for a larger area, just because of the flatness effect.
    Definitely not a larger area.
    It varies at that point.

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    lighting fillter is the best way to make lighting, then use brushing and dodge burn tools to enhance that light. also adjustment layers can help HEAPS. try only using bright c4ds to reflect your lighting also

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