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Arrow Image Cool zoom effect in Photoshop CS2.

Here I\'m gonna explain how to do a cool zoom effect in Photoshop CS2 (Two Different Styles).
Our goal is to make this image (it has both Styles btw)


Ok ..

The First Style :
Its the wallpaper Style ,

Open a new image (File > New) and make it 1024*768 pixel or whatever your res is ;).
Make your Background color White -if not the default color- with the Paint Bucket Tool.

now we move on to the Brush Tool

make it Black color
make some half circles and dots around them .. something like that

and then we zoom it From here
Filter > Blur > Radial Blur...

Then this box will pop-up

Make it as image,

Amount : is \"how long\" the zoom will be.
Blur Method : yes there is also a spin effect try it later but stick with zoom now, lol.
Quality : is Quality !

press Ok ...

Then we do the Find Edges effect
Filter > Stylize > Find Edges

Then we do the zoom effect again same as before (repeat).

Then we invert the image (Ctrl+i)
or From here:
Image > Adjustment > Invert

and about the color of it go to
Image > Adjustment > Color Balance

This will pop up

play around with it a bit to get your fav color.

thats was The First Style :).

The Second Style :
Its a text Style, For example this image:

Consist of two layers
This One :

and This One :

so after we write whatever we want like ELITE in the first layer .. we duplicate that layer
Right Click > Duplicate Layer...

and we do the zoom effect as before
Radial Blur(zoom) > Find Edges > Radial Blur(zoom)


and about the Cool Fonts .. Check this site out
after you download the font copy/past the .ttf file in (Control Panel > Fonts).

Thats it, i hope you find this tutorial useful, and Thanks for reading.


midoon February 16 2008 - 13:24:20
Awesome article. *Rating : Awesome*!
root_opon February 16 2008 - 14:06:43
Looks really cool Grin *Rated Very Good*
ZvirXon February 16 2008 - 14:38:57
Thanks guyz, glad you liked it :happy:
korgon February 16 2008 - 16:19:28
Sweet, Really cool effects Gonna have to try this. 10/10
Frost_Ton February 16 2008 - 16:48:39
Great article
sqldumpftwon February 16 2008 - 19:53:54
That looks awesome Smile, The images realy helped, it was easy to read and simple, but explained everything clearly, hoping for more articles from you.
system_meltdownon February 17 2008 - 00:48:31
Niiiice, like the gfx work =)
Uber0non February 18 2008 - 07:36:39
Really good article with many pictures (making it almost 100% idiot proof Grin )
ZvirXon February 18 2008 - 12:11:20
Thanks alot korg, Frost, sqldump, system, mosh and lol Uber0n ya i had to make sure that my article is understandable Grin and thanks dude :happy:
ynori7on February 26 2008 - 15:50:30
nice article. well layed out. i didnt know you could use bold tags and image tags in the articles though, i was never able to get them to work. anyway, awesome rating from me.
err0r33on February 29 2008 - 16:03:45
Good good tutorial - i personal prefer Goodtutorials for Photoshop. But it's to bad the tutorial doesn't focus on the term Non-Destructive.
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