How to Draw a Photorealistic iPhone 4 in Photoshop

How to Draw a Photorealistic iPhone 4 in Photoshop
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Choose to Filter > Noise > Add Noise and apply a 25% noise filter.
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Now choose Filter > Blur > Motion Blur and apply the following settings:
  • Angle: 90°
  • Distance: 999 pixels
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Step 28 – Add a glow to the upper area of the wallpaper graphic

Create a new layer then set the foreground color to white. Load the selection of the “Screen” layer (Ctrl+click on the layer thumbnail or Layer > Load Selection). Use the Brush tool (B) to paint the top area with white.
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Change the blending mode of the current layer to Overlay.
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Choose Filter > Blur > Motion Blur and apply the following settings:
  • Angle: 90°
  • Distance: 125 pixels
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This is what your image should look like.
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Step 29 – Add contrast to the base layer

Select the “Base” layer then open the Brightness/Contrast tool (Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast). Make sure that the “Use Legacy” option is off. Set the contrast to +85 then click OK.
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Step 30 – Draw the front iPhone camera

Now we’ll draw the camera used for the FaceTime feature on the iPhone 4. Create a new layer then use the Elliptical Marquee tool (U) to create an oval like the image below. Fill it with gray.
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Select the Burn tool then apply the following settings in the option bar.
  • Master Diameter: 10 pixels
  • Range: Shadows
  • Exposure: 7%
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Select the Lasso tool (L) to create a rough selection of the bottom left half of the oval like shown in the image below. Choose Select > Modify > Feather and feather the selection by 1 px.
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Select the Burn tool (O) to burn the edge so that your camera looks like the image below.
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Step 31 – Add a lens reflection to the front camera

Select the Brush tool then apply the following settings in the option bar:
  • Master Diameter: 6 pixels
  • Hardness: 50 %
  • Mode: Normal
  • Opacity: 100%
Set the foreground color to #002149.
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Create a new layer.
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Add a blue spot using the Brush tool (B) on the edge the front iPhone camera like shown in the image below. Choose Layer > Layer Style > Gradient Overlay and apply the settings shown in the image below.
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Step 32 – Create the speaker

Create a new layer.
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Use the Rounded Rectangle tool (U) to create a shape like shown in the image below. Use the Rotate tool (Edit > Transform Path > Rotate) to get it aligned with the iPhones perspective. Right click on the path then choose Make Selection.
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Use the Dodge and Burn tools (O) to create a bevel like shown in the image below. To do this, use a small brush with a hardness of around 50%. The brush size should be about the width of the speaker. Dodge the bottom area then burn the top area. Finish it off by selecting the Brush tool with a hardness of 75% and painting a gray stripe in the middle of the speaker.
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Step 33 – Create a bevel on the speaker

Create a new layer then use the Pen tool to add a 1 pixel black stroke like shown in the image below.
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Use the Eraser tool (E) to erase around the edge to fade the stroke out.
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Select the Lasso tool to create a selection like shown in the image below.
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Switch to the Dodge tool (O) to add some highlights to the speaker.
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Step 34 – Create the glass reflection

Create a new layer then rename it to “light”. This will hold the reflection for the iPhone. Creating the reflection is easy. Start by creating a selection like shown in the image below. It is easiest to do this using the Pen tool (P) then right clicking on the path and selecting Make Selection.

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