New user? Subscribe!  ·  Already a subscriber? .

Adding a Sunbeam to Your Photos

By Matt Kloskowski  ·  Issue: November/December 2008 (V5N6)

Matt shows you how to add drama to your sunrise and sunset images.

Attention!

If you're a current subscriber, please again to continue.

(Sorry for the hassle!)

4 Replies to Adding a Sunbeam to Your Photos:

  1. Ron

    June 18, 2010 at 4:09 pm

    l followed this video and it worked fine with one of my sunset scenes, however, l cannot get it to work again for some reason. l cannot figure out what l am doing wrong. l opened a new blank file, selected the the gradient tool, selected the noise samples, selected the last one called transparent pixes, then selected the angle gradient setting. l then did as the movie said and put the cursor in the center of the blank file and drew a line to the corners but nothing showed on the blank file. It worked the first time l did it along with the movie. l have tried this so many time now and check my setting with the movis that l finally gave up. Is there something l am doing wrong.

  2. P.G.

    August 7, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    This happens to a lot of us. I just forget where I am.
    Make sure you’re on the correct layer.

  3. Sheri

    November 11, 2010 at 3:17 am

    I just tried this and I LOVE IT

  4. eugen

    May 6, 2011 at 12:20 am

    Thanks for your time.Matt.
    Your tutorials are great.

Tell us what you think.

You must be to post a comment.

Photo One Media

Photoshop Elements Techniques is published by Photo One Media, Inc. Copyright @2016

Follow us!

Follow us on Twitter Find us on Facebook