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    Is there a photoshop filter that converts the normal lights in night shots into beautiful stars...?
    Last edited by daphz; 13th May 2004 at 03:19 PM.

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    not sure but you can always clone over one... haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphz
    Is there a photoshop filter that converts the normal lights in night shots into beautiful stars...?
    No. Create the star yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphz
    Is there a photoshop filter that converts the normal lights in night shots into beautiful stars...?
    I have the stars of various pattern, pm me your email if you want it.
    Last edited by jimtong; 13th May 2004 at 04:10 PM.

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    hey we shuld clone out our starburst to create a star burst library

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphz
    Is there a photoshop filter that converts the normal lights in night shots into beautiful stars...?
    aiyoh... just get one of those cheap star filters... don't waste your time on photoshop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by justarius
    aiyoh... just get one of those cheap star filters... don't waste your time on photoshop...
    agree.. imagine if there are many star to add.. you will end up see stars

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    Quote Originally Posted by justarius
    aiyoh... just get one of those cheap star filters... don't waste your time on photoshop...
    i wanna use with the shots from my compact digicam

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    Not too sure if you can get filter adaptors for all digicams, but even without the adaptor, you can still shoot simply by holding the filter in front of the lens by hand. Of course if you are still keen on the photoshop route, remember that different coloured light sources require different coloured 'stars '

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    color is a simple issue... kkekeke

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