How to Add Lens Flare Effect in CorelDRAW
At the point when we take photographs of individuals or landscape, one thing that we generally attempt to keep away from is focal point flare. This is caused when a brilliant light, (for example, the sun) is shown into the focal point. It can cause an undesirable impact anyway it can now and then add an artistic element to your picture.
For this guide, we’ll be using Corel PHOTO-PAINT, included in the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite.
1. Open your picture
From File > Open this will open your picture into another document.
2. Making a Mask from an Object
To add the focal point flare to your picture is very direct. Effects > Camera > Lens Flare. Beginning in the upper left, you can set the Flare position and Aspect Ratio. There is likewise the capacity to direct how the focal point flare will look. At that point on the Ray tab, you can control the size, splendor, and shade of the Rays. In the event that you don’t know what may look great, there is consistently the Presets. These make a decent beginning stage that you can tailor as you would prefer. When you have tweaked your focal point flare impact, click OK.
3. Next Steps
Since you have applied the effect, you can save the document out or proceeding to alter your picture in different manners.
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