Step 1: First, open the photo Step 2: Create the necessary striking mosaic of points from this excellent photograph layers. Come to the layers panel, we do click on the background layer (our image) and drag it to the icon Create a new layer on the bottom of the layers panel, to get a new layer with the copy of the image background. Step 3: With the two layers created, again select the first layer (the bottom layer) and click on the icon Create a new layer Layers panel, this time without drag any layer. In this way, we will create an empty layer between the layers that we have in our work. Fill this black cape. Menu> Edit> Fill and with this we have the necessary layers to continue our mosaic Step 4: Now we begin to transform our image. We click on the copy of the image that we have created (the layer above all others) to select it. Apply the Photoshop mosaic filter. To do this, go to Menu> Filter> Pixelate> Mosaic Photoshop and we apply a value of 20 m to cell size. Thus, we left our image with a pixel perfect to create our mosaic color dots look. Step 5: Departments this point, it’s time to prepare the ground or circular pattern we use in our composition. Create a new document in Photoshop from Menu> File> New and set the width and height of the image in 20 pixels and 72 dpi. For the background color, choose white color. Step 6: With the Zoom Tool in Photoshop, we extended the image to zoom in 1600%. Thus, we will have more accuracy when creating the reason that we now turn. Step 7: Select the Elliptical Marquee Tool Photoshop. By default, this shows the rectangular marquee tool, but if we click with the mouse on the icon and hold down a couple of seconds, you see the different tools available. Step 8: Will create perfect circular selection. With the Elliptical Marquee tool and selected, we press the shift or shift key on your keyboard without releasing it, we click on the top left corner of our Photoshop document. Drag diagonally to the lower right corner until our selection fills the document size without exceeding its limits. Upon successfully complete our selection, fill it with black: Menu> Edit> Fill> Black. Invest and then the image colors from Menu> Image> Adjustments> Invert to invert the colors of background and foreground. Step 9: Now we create our custom theme from the image you just created. Go to Menu> Edit> Define Pattern, and in the window that appears you write a logical and easy to remember name, as we can see in the picture below. So click OK and, after creating our motive, we can now close this second paper we had
created. Because the custom theme and is saved in Photoshop, do not need to keep changing this second document. Step 10: We return to our first Photoshop document containing the three layers that we created earlier in this tutorial. Select the layer that contains the copy of our image (farthest above all others) and click on the Create Layer Mask Layers panel to add a layer mask. Step 11: To work properly with layer masks Photoshop, we must ensure we have selected the layer mask on the thumbnails that appear in the Layers panel of Adobe
program. If selected, we will see a small box on the mask, indicating that it is being used. By default, Photoshop will automatically select the layer mask when you create a new one. Going to fill the layer mask we created with our custom theme. Go to Menu> Edit> Fill and selected motif on the available options. After selecting our fill type, we click on the arrow that opens the pattern picker and select the reason that we created in the previous steps of this tutorial. So click OK and, magically, our image will be transformed into a striking mosaic of circular spots. Step 12: Finally, we will improve and enhance the colors this image. In Photoshop layers panel, we click on the icon Create new fill or adjustment layer. Select the saturation option from the popup menu. Enhance it by
adding colors to 20% saturation to the tunes of our image. Upon latter setting, we have completed this striking mosaic of colored dots for our own images. And as always, we have to remember that creativity is the most valuable resource of any designer. We can play with different types of custom patterns and use other colors to our fill layer to create truly unique compositions.