Add Fiber Effects in Photoshop CS6
Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow! In this video, we are going to show you how you can add a fibers effect to an image in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7.
To begin, we should have a document open either by creating a new document or opening an existing one.
There is a VisiHow video on how to create a new document and open a document in Photoshop CS6.
The opened document will be displayed in the "Layers" tab at the right-hand side.
There is only one layer.
If we have more than one layer, we have to make sure that we've selected the layer with which we want to work.
That way, we won't accidentally apply effects to another layer.
We move the cursor over to "Render".
The list in the section is in the alphabetical order.
We move across to "Fibers" and click it.
A pop-up window with the preview of the image will be brought up. There are some settings too.
We can zoom in by clicking "+" at the left-hand side.
We can zoom out by clicking "-".
Alternatively, we can click the drop-down icon next to percentage.
We can select the value where we would like to be.
We can move the image around in the preview by clicking and dragging the image with the hand navigation tool.
We can edit "Variance".
- We can click the scroller and drag it. Moving the slider will make the effect more intense or less intense.
- We can also change the number at the right-hand side by clicking and typing it.
We can do the same with "Strength".
We can use the slider or type the value on the right.
We can also click "Randomize" to see what Photoshop comes up with in the preview.
Once we are satisfied with the changes, we click "OK".
This will apply the effect to the canvas.
Alternatively, we click "Cancel" to go back and not save our changes.
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Video: Add Fiber Effects in Photoshop CS6
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Freya