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  • 1. Reflective Bubbles
  • 2.
    • First you need to get a picture similar to this.
    • Then you duplicate the layer.
    • You duplicate the layer by right clicking in the layers pallet on the layer you want to duplicate, then click “duplicate layer”
  • 3.
    • Then resize the duplicate layer so its easier to work with.
    • Then follow these steps:
    • Edit>transform>scale
    • Edit>flip>horizontal/vertical
    • -Edit>transform>perspective
  • 4.
    • Now use the elliptical tool & make a perfect circle around the picture that you want to reflect.
    • Then go to select>inverse and press delete
    • That should have deleted everything around the bubble
    • Now to deselect press CTRL+D
    • Then go to Filter>Distort>Spherize
    • (setting at 100%)
  • 5.
    • Now you want to change your foreground color to a lighter color
    • Now go to Layer>Layer Style>Gradient Overlay
    • Make the foreground to transparent & the opacity to soft light, reduce opacity down to 93%, towards the right change it to reverse. Change the style to radial
  • 6.
    • Then go to Layer>Layer style>Blending options and change type to “Color Dodge” ( or whatever you feel is right for your picture) no adjust the “Fill” of the layer to 65%
  • 7.
    • Now in blending options go to inner shadow in the structure area set the blend mode to soft light, the follow this...
    • -Distance>22px
    • -Choke>54%
    • -Size>45px THEN YOUR DONE!!!