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Photoshop Tutorials Glow Effects for Mixtape Cover Flyer Party Club Designs In this PSD tutorial you learn how to create a glow effect in photoshop. For mixtape cartoon covers. Howard Pinsky shows how to create glowing lines, but in this tutorial we show you how to do soft glows for mixtape cover designs. Most people also use this photoshop effect for party club event flyers as well. Redartmedia1 will continue to produce micro tutorials for the remaining 30 days for your training. A good friend from VvCompHelpvV did a nice tutorial as well called Awesome Magic Looking Effect, I use this idea to add a soft glow to the mixtape tutorial. My Photoshop tutorial glowing text effect is coming soon along with 30 microsession quick tips. Neon glows is a really saught after effect and my next tutorial will cover that aspect of that PSD manipulating style designs as seen on Blue Lighting TV. We also cover a very brief quick tip such as the cartoon effect seen by Noyse Works. We also cover slightly dodge and burn effects as well as levels to add color and saturation the the image so that the colors will pop and add colorful dimension.

The effect that we cover in this tutorial will add a light burst glow around our subject, we add a lens flare and adjust our settings to screen, color dodge and other adobe photoshop layers.

Want to learn more in Photoshop? Other great photoshop tutorial instructors includes DjWilko, Armaganvideos, fineasdesign1, Spoon Graphics, Noyse Works, Howard Pinsky and of course us Redartmedia1. You will to find it in our library of tutorials. Topics include: Text Effects in Photoshop, Photo Composition, Photo Retouching, The Basics of Photoshop, Designing in Photoshop, Special Effects, and more! While new videos will be taught using the latest version of Photoshop, you’ll find videos covering Photoshop CC, Photoshop CS6, CS5, CS4, and CS3.