Learn how to add stars to a night time sky. For this effect, we cover the use of the
This command adds random dots to an image, emulating the effect of using high-speed film such as 1600 ISO. Add noise is also used to reduce bands of lines in selections that have been feathered or gradients, as well as to give a more realistic feeling to areas of your photo that have had heavy retouching done.
add noise and gaussian blur filters, create a custom selection with the
This command allows you to select a specified color or range of colors. If
you want to replace a selection, remember to deselect all before applying the command.
That's quite strange. If the adjustment layers simply dissipate after flattening the image, try merging the group first (select the group/folder, and choose Layer > Merge Group). I can't reproduce what you guys are experiencing in any version of Photoshop.
This video was great. Followed all the steps and got the perfect result image.
However have a problem while saving the image. When I try to flatten the image and save it, the image gets saved with sky filled with noise. Tried many options to save the image, but always the sky gets filled with lot of noise. Where am I going wrong ? I am using adobe photoshop CS3 extended version 10.0 (on macintosh).
Thanks for sharing the videos. They really help a lot.