Usage of the PS Swirls Brushes in a Sunset Photo – Tutorial


Hi Gang,

I was playing around with one of my sunset photos and wanted to find out how could I use my Swirls Photoshop brushes there.

So, here is the result. I hope you like it.

Swirls Brush in Sunset Photo

The recipe:

  1. Photo of a sunset
  2. Loads of Filter -> Stylize -> Gloving Edges
  3. Loads of Filter -> Blur -> Radial Blur
  4. A bit of Layer Blending Options

and the Swirls Brushes set! Get it here ->!

Have fun creating,
S :)

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  1. Wow!! I’ve been liking the swirls for so long and never know how to make them properly.

    Thanks so much Sylvia! You’re fantastic! Not only you can design well but you also share your knowledge with others. :-)

  2. thanks so much for those brushes and tutorials. THanks for helping me and lots of other people learn new things! :)

  3. Victoria – thank you for your comment! These kind of comments make my day!

  4. Since it seems that these swirls are all the rage these days, I have been searching for how to create this look for weeks. I just stumbled upon your page… thank you, thank you, thank you. Again, thank you. You have made my day.

    ~Victoria

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