About This Pack:
60 Flare Pack 02 is one of the best Flare lights. You will be fully equipped with a package. This useful package is suitable for all types of Night portrait Pictures, Behind the glass Portrait Pictures, love Photos, Rainy days, Night Photos, street Pictures, city Pictures, Weddings, landscape photos, fantasy composition, nature, and Portrait photos.
It contains an array of Flare lights, you can present a perfect mood in your image or footage.
This Volume has 60 kinds of Different Flare texture and glows dust, exposure, Blue flare, Blue light, Blue with night effect, High-quality Flare light background in different shapes, sizes, light directions, and color themes. The entire picture has been taken by Canon 5D Mark III, 24-105 mm & 85 mm Lens, and they have been adapted to use on a wide array of pictures.
Use for all kinds of photos, ads, event screen displays, movie scenes. Make your imagination.
There is a full catalog so make sure to see the catalog first.
RESOLUTIONS: 300 dpi
60 Landscape pictures: 5760 x 3840
Compatible with: Any non-linear editor: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Final Cut, Sony Vegas, Movie Maker, Pinnacle, Avid, Davinci Resolve or any your favorite compositing app.
Easy to use:
Probably, you have already made sure that bokeh textures are very convenient for design creation.
They can decorate any large-scale work and small images or simply give them an attractive look.
Just put these JPEG files on your photos, pictures or texts, adjust the lights in shape, size or orientation
Illuminate your designs in just a few clicks.
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Adobe Lightroom is not able to add any photo as a layer on another photo. it means you can not use overlays in the lightroom. Normally Photoshop is a good tool for this.
If you don’t have any editor app, you can still add the Photo overlays to your scenes!!!
Watch the tutorial: