The product is a bundle that contains three different sets:
Let's see what you can create with them:
The final Photoshop images are fully layered: the layers are grouped in layer groups for your convenience, allowing you to tweak the look of the orbs very easily. The actions make extensive use of non-destructive tools, such as smart filters, adjustment layers, offering additional flexibility in modifying the looks of these images.
The first action creates a sphere using the pixels of the entire photo:
The second action gives you more freedom: you define a custom circular selection, which is then transformed into an orb:
The third action lets you create multiple bubbles:
By default, the actions create 3 different crystal ball styles.
You can choose the style you prefer mostly for the particular photo and tweak it further to your taste. The actions offer you an impressive range of tools, to alter the looks of these orbs.
When you look through a real lensball, the background appears flipped, both horizontally and vertically. If you want a more realistic look, you can apply this effect with a click of a button.
You can create copies of the crystal ball, with additional, customizable degree of distortion.
Give your orbs iridescent qualities!
Create a custom selection and hit a button to turn it into a photo enclosed into a crystal sphere!
You want a cool Facebook profile photo that will impress your friends? There is an action that does the trick for you!
The “Newton’s Cradle” is the second set of actions included in the product. The actions create 2 different scenes that show a Newton’s Cradle with 5 spheres, seen from 2 different angles. The spheres in each scene can contain the same or different photos:
The product includes the high resolution "Sparkles and Flares" brushes for Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Use them to add elegant sparkles and lens flares to your spheres. Plus, you can use them in numerous other Photoshop projects!
The following video shows you how to load and use the "Sparkles and Flares" brushes in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements:
The PDF user guides are available on the product documentation page.