Designing Canon Digital Camera

Designing Canon Digital Camera
In this detailed tutorial we will learn how to design Canon digital camera.

Let’s begin. Open Photoshop and create a new file (File>New) with 1024×768 px and 72 dpi. Select after that the Rectangle Tool (U) and represent a rectangle of the color you want.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select the Blending Option parameter and select here the parameter Gradient Overlay.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select the gradient’s parameters, using the codes indicated below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

As a result, we’ll get a nice background as the next one:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Start representing the photo camera itself. It’s necessary to select in this case the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U) and picture a rectangle with rounded corners.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The Convert Point Tool will change several points as those from below (press Ctrl button to shift the points)

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select after that Blending Options > Gradient Overlay
Select the Screen option instead Normal option on the Blending mode option, setting the colors depending on the codes indicated below.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

This is the picture we should get on this stage:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select next option Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss and set the next parameters:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Create a new file of 4×4 px and choose the Pencil Tool (B) to insert along the diagonal four pixels.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Edit>Define Pattern

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select now Blending Options>Bevel and Emboss> Texture and choose our pattern, setting the parameters from below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

We should get the next pattern:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Enter now the Blending Options>Inner Glow and select the next parameters:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Apply the next options: Blending Options>Inner Shadow

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

Enter Blending Options>Drop Shadow to set the parameters indicated next table:

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

Using the Pen Tool (P), try to picture an element as the one from the picture, having the color’s code #C4A565

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Fill 47% on the layer.
Select Blending Options>Stroke to set the next parameters::

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

Press the Alt button and make simultaneously a left mouse’s click between the marked layer and the layer containing the camera’s corps

Designing Canon Digital Camera

It’s the result we must get:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Working with the corps, is finished! Start working with the camera’s object glass and try to represent roundness with the Ellipse Tool (U).

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

That is what we should get:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Enter Blending Options>Inner Glow to set the parameters indicated next table:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The color’s code is #ACD4EF

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Outer Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

That is what we have now:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Make a copy of the layer and make it smaller with the Free Transform option. Cancel for now the Blending Options>Outer Glow, Inner Glow and add Drop Shadow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Change the placement of the gradient’s colors, as the next picture indicates it:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Make a copy of the layer and shift the gradient’s colors:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Create another roundness inside the first one, having the color #988C89:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Apply for it Blending Options>Inner Glow with the next adjustments:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Apply also Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The next roundness should be represented now:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select now Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Set the gradient’s colors:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Apply now Blending Options>Inner Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Outer Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera
Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

We have to adjust the colors, taking care of the codes indicated on the next picture:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Make a copy of the roundness and make it smaller as the picture shows it below, applying for it several effects:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Inner Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Outer Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

It’s time to represent another roundness that should be placed inside the previous ones:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select Blending Options and apply the Gradient Overlay:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Inner Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Outer Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera
Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The brush will help us to introduce several flares as it is pictured below and the object glass is almost finished.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Try to represent the roundness as the picture indicates it:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Now we should choose the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U) and press Alt button to represent a rectangle coming from the central part of the roundness:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Try to make a shadow, using the Blending Options>Drop Shadow and the objective glass is finished!

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Start representing the button on our photo camera. It’s necessary to select the Ellipse Tool (U) and draw an ellipse as the picture demonstrates it:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Apply Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Give it volume effect with Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera
Designing Canon Digital Camera

It’s time to represent now inside the first ellipse another one, setting the layer’s adjustments: Fill 0%.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select for it Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Represent one smaller ellipse, as it is pictured below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select for it Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The button is finished. It’s necessary now to represent the camera’s flash effect. Take the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U) and the color #A8AAB to picture the basic element for our flash effect.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The shadow may be represented with Blending Options>Drop Shadow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Stroke:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The layer must be copied and minimized as it is shown below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select for it Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

It’s necessary to represent now the inside shadow Blending Options>Inner Shadow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera
Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Stroke with the color’s code #585C5D

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Represent now the glass. Make a copy of this layer and let it be of the same size. Fill 0% on the layer’s parameters:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Represent the glass’ texture Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Now we should represent the window of video searcher, selecting the Rounded Rectangle Tool (U) with the color’s code #2A2727, getting a small window as the next one:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Try to make the window looking pressed a little and that is why we should select Blending Options>Drop Shadow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Make a copy of the window’s layer and make it look black. Choose after that the Ellipse Tool (U). Press the Alt button and hide a part of the black layer to represent the flare, as it is demonstrated next image:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Insert with the appropriate brush several colored flares and the video searcher’s window is finished.

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The Ellipse Tool (U) will be helpful in representing roundness, placing it the same way shown below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Select Blending Options>Stroke and set the parameters from below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

We have to insert several inscriptions now, just for the camera to be totally finished. The first one: The inscription will be situated on the objective glass. Select the Ellipse Tool (U) and represent the roundness on the objective. Next select the corresponding instrument for writing the text - Horizontal Type Tool (T). Make a click on the roundness’ edge and write the text, colored with #777676, as it is shown below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Make the text look more in relief, so it’s necessary to select Blending Options>Drop Shadow

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

It’s necessary to insert the Canon logotype, because we have entitled the camera Canon. This should be the second inscription. Find the original type and place it as it is represented below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Apply several effects on it: Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Blending Options>Inner Glow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

The last effect should be Blending Options>Drop Shadow:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

 

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Working on photo camera came to end, but for another effect, let’s insert on the back background several rays. Find the Custom Shape Tool (U) and select the next pattern from below:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Place the pattern the way it is shown on the picture, behind the camera. Fill 0% on the layer’s parameters:

Designing Canon Digital Camera

Apply now Blending Options>Gradient Overlay:

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Designing Canon Digital Camera

The lesson is finished! If making everything correctly, you should get such a nice camera as the next one of Canon brand.
Good Luck!

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