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Grid of Light

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Jul 05, 2022 Jul 05, 2022

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Hi,

I need to recreate an image just like these, but the white grid needs to be on a different background. On a rainbow gradient background, possibly on top of a photographic holographic background.
So, I'm thinking I need to recreate the grid of light in white (using brushes?) looks to be several layers with some blurred out to create depth.

Or, is there a way to alter the dark blue background on these images?

Ideally I need to be able to edit the light grid too, because it might have different colours running through it.

Any help is SO appreciated on this, it's for a really important job!
Thanks so much 🙂

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Jul 05, 2022 Jul 05, 2022

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Not sure I understand … 

Why not use the »best« Channel, some Curves Layers and the Blend Mode »Screen«? 

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Jul 05, 2022 Jul 05, 2022

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For the "starfield" elements, try a tutorial like this one:

http://designstacks.net/create-a-realistic-star-field-with-space-dust-in-photoshop

 

You'd use the "screen" blend mode once you have the field the way you want it and mask it out.

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I would use the pen tool, and stroke the lines. Easier to edit that way.

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Or one could use High Pass, Blend-if settings and Layer Styles. 

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