Magical Deer: Adding Glow Effect in AKVIS Neon
 

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Tutorial: AKVIS Neon

Magical Deer

 

With AKVIS Neon you can convert any photo into a bright eye-catching image. This tutorial demonstrates how to strengthen or weaken the glow effect.

    Original Image Result
    Original Image Result

  • Step 1. Choose an image to apply the effect. We use this picture of a deer:

    Original Image
    Original Image
  • Step 2. Adjust the effect parameters. To create a blue glowing background we use the Colorize option in the Adjustment tab. Note that this option is only available for the Home Deluxe and Business licenses.

    AKVIS Neon
    AKVIS Neon
  • Step 3. Start processing by pressing . The result will look like that:

    Blue Glow
    Blue Glow
  • Step 4. Apply the History Brush to weaken the effect on some areas of the image.

    Using History Brush
    Using History Brush
  • Step 5. Save the result with .

    You can strengthen the glow effect and add some sparkles by processing the image again, this time without colorization.

    AKVIS Neon
    AKVIS Neon

    Magical Deer
    Magical Deer
 
How It Works How It Works
   — Workspace — Workspace
   — Using the Program — Using the Program
   — Effect Parameters — Effect Parameters
   — Tools — Tools
   — Canvas — Canvas
   — Frame — Frame
   — Text — Text
   — Presets — Presets
   — Preferences — Preferences
   — Batch Processing — Batch Processing
Examples Examples
   — Magical Deer — Magical Deer
   — Illusion: Psychedelic Portrait — Illusion: Psychedelic Portrait
   — Christmas & New Year Card — Christmas & New Year Card
   — Neon Comic Book Style Poster — Neon Comic Book Style Poster
   — Neon Gallery — Neon Gallery

 

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