Create an Abstract Composition Using Rendered Images and Light Effects

In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create an abstract composition using rendered images and light effects. As you can see from the final result preview we will create a mystical and magical effect. In this tutorial we will use plenty of Photoshop tools, and we also will use another Adobe product – Cinema 4D, but if you don’t have Cinema 4D that’s ok, you will be able do all rest steps of this tutorial. I hope you will learn some new tricks. So, let’s move forward and start this tutorial.

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