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Lens Flare Brushes

Resources Brushes 45765 11/22/2018 12:00:00 AM

My new set of Lens Flare Brushes contains 11 glow brushes perfect for your Photoshop designs. You can use a lens flare brush in so many creative ways. For example use these brushes to enhance your photos or to create abstract artworks in Photoshop.

The Lens Flare Effect is caused by a very bright light sources which produces several starbursts, rings, or circles in a row across the image. Most commonly, this occurs when shooting into the sun. This beautiful light effect can be added to any image in Photoshop, as an after effect, with Render Filters. In fact my brushes are made using the lens flare filter so they should look very nice.

Lens Flare Photoshop Brushes

To simulate a lens flare for example the sun lens flare, you can use one of my brushes that will look realistic on your images. These free brushes were created using the Photoshop Lens Flare filter that you can find in the Render category menu. All the 11 brushes have high resolution of around 1300 px so you can easily integrate them in your designs. If you use them I will be happy to see the result so upload your work at the comments section!

Lens Flare Photoshop Brushes

Lens Flare Photoshop Brushes

Info and License

The ABR file contains 11 lens flare brushes. The file was made with Photoshop CS4 so if you have this PS version or a higher versions, this file will probably work just fine. These lens flare brushes can be downloaded by all our registered users. They are free for personal and commercial use with attribution with a link back to our blog. The redistribution/selling this file on other websites is not allowed.


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7 comment(s) for "Lens Flare Brushes"

8:28 AM Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Thank you for the extraordinary brushes! reply
8:31 AM Tuesday, December 27, 2011
You're welcome Lena :) reply
7:53 AM Monday, January 9, 2012
Hi. I downloaded your lens flare and snowflake brushes and have used them. However, they seem to be missing about two thirds of the stroke. The stroke only shows something in the upper left corner and about 30 degrees on each side of the corner. I am a new user to Photoshop, and I hope that it's not just something that I'm doing wrong. I'm using Windows 7 64-Bit, Photoshop CS5 trial. Thanks for your help. reply
8:02 AM Monday, January 9, 2012
Hi Steve,

you are right, some parts are missing from the Lens Flare. The original image was placed on the corner so this is why hey look like that. If you click just once that area is not that visible.

Now that you told me about that, I agree it is a small problem. I promise I will be more careful next time and fix these sort of problems :)

2:31 AM Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Thank you...will try for sure reply
1:06 PM Monday, April 29, 2019
cool site, just starting to learn P/S 2 full student version,any tips I can get are welcome.:) reply
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1:06 PM Monday, April 29, 2019
Extraordinary brushes, thanks :) reply

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