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Night Time Skyline
This tutorial will show you how to change a boring night sky to a star lit one.


Step 1:

Lets start with this Australian Skyline.

 

Step 2:

Create a new layer.

 

Step 3:

Fill the new layer with black using the paint bucket tool.

 

Step 4:

Now choose Filter/Texture/Grain on your new black layer. 1 intensity and 100 contrast.  Make sure your grain type is Sprinkles.

 

Step 5:

Your image should look someting like this now.

 

Step 6:

Use the eraser tool and get rid of the excess stars around the buildings and the water.  Change your eraser tool to a soft brush and then make the opacity around 30% and go around the rest of the stars in the sky.  This will get rid of a lot of the cluster's of stars giving it a more realistic look.

 

Step 7:

Now choose Image/Adjustments/Brightness/Contrast.  Choose something similar to what I have below.

 

Step 8:

You should end up with something like this. 

 
 


 


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