Three Steps For Creating An Effective Pattern

Mic Kath By Mic Kath, 30th Dec 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/t8hr0gjz/
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A Quick Guide for creating a Quick Effective Pattern from any HQ Firework Image which can be used as a Background for Writing and Presentations

Three simple steps to make an effective pattern for the backgrounds of your articles/slides/presentations using a firework image.

This evening i discovered this interesting thing for making patterns when i was editing my pics on my cell phone during the maths class. All thanks to the teacher for being boring today. I co-incidentally made this pattern while editing a firework pic from July 4th. I had no idea about me blogging it later as at first I thought that this can't be done with every firework pic. But walla! Actually it can!

What you need is

1. A HQ crystal clear pic of the fireworks. If you don't have that cool kind of camera then i suggest you not to trouble yourself and Google it.

2.
An Image Editor enabled Cell Phone

3. And a read on this article

I'm sure many of you can manage with that. This is what i tried with many other pics.

Spend Three Secs On These Simple Three Steps

Take a pic of a Firework or fetch it from the Google Images (Note: It must be HQ)

Open it in your iPhone/Cell phone's image editor and Filter it to the Negative Effect. (Note: You have to do this editing on your iPhone/Cell Phone because the phone's editors mostly combine the Bright Shades of Blue, White, Red and Green to make a negative whereas Computers makes the editing too real for it to look like a pattern)

Add a suitable Warp Effect (used for changing shapes of an image). You can make the different patterns by changing shapes using Warp Effects. You can also use one effect over the another for more results.

Different fireworks turn into different colors and styles of patterns. You can discover more when you try it by yourself.

So pick up your phone and Have A Nice Time Editing.

Thanks for Visiting!:)

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author avatar Mikey.
1st Jan 2012 (#)

Thanks for sharing Mic Kath.

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