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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.
In this video you will take your framing skills to the next level. We will be diving into the world of frame customization. Specifically, I’ll show you a step-by-step process on how to separate a beveled mat and its shadow, empowering you to have complete control over both the mat and the beveled edge frame.
I wanted to create a starter page for my Italy album. The watch and the trip were both gifts to my son for his high school graduation. I wanted to incorporate both gifts on the starter page with the concept of "looking in the future". This same concept can be adopted easily for fun pages looking into the future or even looking back at the past.
Express your creativity with Spill Over Masks! Unleash a world of possibilities as this concept takes your designs to the next level. With Spill Over Masks, colors and patterns spill over the boundaries of a custom frame. Your artistic vision will spill over with artistic flair.
The inspiration for this page came after taking our family photos. I was thinking about our upcoming wedding anniversary and reflecting on our 32 years of marriage and the journey of learning to love each other. Although we are not flawless in our efforts, we strive to do our best and readily admit when we fall short. I really wanted a page that felt this reflection of time and what it means to love one another.