Change the blending mode of the current layer to Overlay.
Choose Filter > Blur > Motion Blur and apply the following settings:
- Angle: 90°
- Distance: 125 pixels
This is what your image should look like.
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.
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.
Select the Burn tool then apply the following settings in the option bar.
- Master Diameter: 10 pixels
- Range: Shadows
- Exposure: 7%
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.
Select the Burn tool (O) to burn the edge so that your camera looks like the image below.
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.
Create a new layer.
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.
Step 32 – Create the speaker
Create a new layer.
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.
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.
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.
Use the Eraser tool (E) to erase around the edge to fade the stroke out.
Select the Lasso tool to create a selection like shown in the image below.
Switch to the Dodge tool (O) to add some highlights to the speaker.
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.
Select the Gradient tool (G) then apply the option bar settings shown in the image below.
Create a gradient from top to bottom to create a reflection like shown in the image below. It may take a few tries. Just undo (Ctrl+Z) and create the gradient again until you get it right.