Lens flares are optical phenomena caused by light refracting or reflecting within the camera lens. While lens flares are often considered artifacts or undesired effects, they can be intentionally added to enhance the visual appeal or create a specific look on a layout. Creating digital lens flares involves using the ellipse shape to mimic the appearance of lens flares produced by light sources. Lens flares should be used sparingly and thoughtfully to avoid overwhelming the layout or distracting from the main subject. Experimentation and practice will help you refine your skills in creating convincing and visually appealing digital lens flares.
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Using simple shapes, create a fun holiday gnome. After you build the holiday gnome, try re-decorating this mythical creature for any season or holiday.
Auto Fix can be used on papers and embellishments, as well as on photos. Using Auto Fix on papers and embellishments opens up many new creative possibilities.
In this video you will learn what the Outliner tool can do to transform elements on your layout. With the click of the mouse, the outliner tool converts any element into a "live" shape that has a stroke and a fill. Once an element has been outlined, it can be converted to a photo drop point.