How to Create Stunning Light Ray Effects with Digital Film Tools Rays 184.108.40.206 Win x64
If you are looking for a way to add some drama and polish to your images, you might want to try Digital Film Tools Rays 220.127.116.11 Win x64, a plugin that lets you create realistic and stunning light ray effects quickly and easily.
Light rays, also known as volumetric lighting or crepuscular rays, are beams of light that appear to stream through clouds, trees, windows, or other objects. They can add a sense of depth, atmosphere, and mood to any image.
With Digital Film Tools Rays 18.104.22.168 Win x64, you can control the length, brightness, direction, color, threshold, texture, and randomness of the rays with simple sliders and on-screen controls. You can also add your own light source to generate rays from any point in the image.
The plugin works with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Editing Systems, Assimilate Scratch, Black Magic Resolve, Sony Vegas, The Foundry's Nuke, and more[^1^] [^2^]. It is compatible with Windows 7 64 bit and up[^2^].
In this article, we will show you how to use Digital Film Tools Rays 22.214.171.124 Win x64 to create stunning light ray effects in Photoshop.
Step 1: Open your image in Photoshop
First, open the image you want to apply the light ray effect to in Photoshop. For this example, we will use a photo of a forest.
Step 2: Duplicate the background layer
Next, duplicate the background layer by pressing Ctrl+J (or Command+J on Mac). This will create a copy of your image on a new layer.
Step 3: Apply Digital Film Tools Rays 126.96.36.199 Win x64 to the duplicate layer
Now, go to Filter > Digital Film Tools > Rays 188.8.131.52 Win x64 to launch the plugin interface.
You will see a preview of your image with some default ray settings applied. You can adjust the settings according to your preference using the sliders and on-screen controls on the right panel.
This slider controls how long the rays are. Drag it to the right to make them longer or to the left to make them shorter.
This slider controls how bright the rays are. Drag it to the right to make them brighter or to the left to make them darker.
This on-screen control lets you change the direction of the rays by dragging it around the preview window. You can also use the Angle slider below it to fine-tune the angle of the rays.
This color picker lets you choose the color of the rays. You can either click on the color box to open a color dialog or use the eyedropper tool to sample a color from your image.
This slider controls where the rays will be visible in your image. Drag it to the right to make them appear only in highlight areas or to the left to make them appear in darker areas as well.
Add Light Source
This button lets you add your own light source to generate rays from any point in your image. Click on it and then click on your image where you want the light source to be. You can drag it around to reposition it or use the Size slider below it to change its size.
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