How to Add a Soft, Magic Glow to Your Photos in Photoshop

Here’s a simple, quick technique to add an Orton Glow to your photos, improving atmosphere and mystique without losing detail.

0:00 – Introduction to the Technique
1:40 – Example #1
5:20 – Example #2
8:55 – Example #3

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