Create this Magical Light Beam Photo Manipulation in Photoshop

Create this Magical Light Beam Photo Manipulation in Photoshop
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now, activate clone stamp tool (s) see as below.
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Activate move tool (v) and move rock to the other place.
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Now create a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer which can be found by pressing on the Create New Fill/Adjustment layer button shown on the layer window Press Alt+left click in between 2 layer's ("Rock" layer and Brightness/Contrast) to make a mask.: When the Brightness/Contrast box opens, input the following:
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer which can be found by pressing on the Create New Fill/Adjustment layer button shown on the layer window Press Alt+left click in between 2 layer's ("Rock" layer and Hue/Saturation) to make a mask.: When the Hue/Saturation box opens, input the following:
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now create a Curve adjustment layer which can be found by pressing on the Create New Fill/Adjustment layer button shown on the layer window Press Alt+left click in between 2 layer's ("Rock" layer and Curve) to make a mask.: When the Curve box opens, input the following:
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer which can be found by pressing on the Create New Fill/Adjustment layer button shown on the layer window Press Alt+left click in between 2 layer's ("Rock" layer and Hue/Saturation) to make a mask.: When the Hue/Saturation box opens, input the following:
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now activate Erase tool (E) with these settings Now let's erase :
  • Brush size: 400px
  • Hardness: 0%
  • Opacity: 40%
  • Flow: 100%
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now activate Brush tool (B) with these settings :
  • Brush size: 400px
  • Hardness: 0%
  • Opacity: 40%
  • Flow: 100%
  • Color: #FFFFF
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The result should be similar to this:
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Step 8: Fix crow

First off, let's open the crow 1 stock in Photoshop. We will be using the sea from this stock image so we will need to transfer it to our main canvas. Click the crow 1 and then click V to activate the Move Tool. Left-click the image and drag the image to the main canvas and change layer name to "crow".
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Next, activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd +T), then while the "Crow" layer is selected and then resize it as shown below:
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer which can be found by pressing on the Create New Fill/Adjustment layer button shown on the layer window Press Alt+left click in between 2 layer's ("Crow" layer and Hue/Saturation) to make a mask.: When the Hue/Saturation box opens, input the following:
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The result should be similar to this:
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Step 9 : Make a pearl

Activate elliptical Marquee tool (m) and make a circle and fill it with White color (#FFFFF).
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Now add some gradient overlay.
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Now Add some inner shadow.
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Now add some Outer glow.
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The result should be similar to this:
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Now activate Erase tool (E) with these settings Now let's erase :
  • Brush size: 400px
  • Hardness: 0%
  • Opacity: 40%
  • Flow: 100%
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The result should be similar to this:
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The result should be similar to this:
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Step 10: Add Source beam

Now activate Brush tool (B) with these settings :
  • Brush size: 400px
  • Hardness: 0%
  • Opacity: 40%
  • Flow: 100%
  • Color: #FFFFF
Paint see as below.

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4 comments on “Create this Magical Light Beam Photo Manipulation in Photoshop”

  1. Great tutorials.Simple and straightforward. I've been looking for something like this for a while. Many thanks!Awesome! Excellent tutorial.

  2. Color #fffff is Cyan not White. White is #ffffffff
    I liked this tutorial but my student's found it a little difficult to follow as you sometimes call your layers and photos by the wrong name.
    There are times when you tell us to work on one layer but you switch to another layer without telling us that the new layer needs to be selected. Otherwise a good tutorial and my students enjoyed it.

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