Start off with a file 500×500.
Make a new layer. Get the Elliptical Marquee Tool (press M) and hold shift while dragging a Circle. Then fill that selection with black.
Now Duplicate that layer (Ctrl J), Load the Selection of the duplicated layer (Ctrl click on layer) and press Ctrl T to get in free transform. Now go into the percentages box Now go into the percentages box and set them to 40%, both, height and width.
Select the original layer and hit delete.
Delete the middle Circle (the small circle) layer. (layer 3 in my image)
Select the Main Circle again and go to Filter>Noise>Add noise
Use these settings:
Load Selection(Ctrl click on layer) on the Main Circle. Then go Filter>Blur>Radial Blur And use these settings:
Now use your Magic Wand Tool to select the middle of the circle.
One you have done that create a new layer and go Select>Modify>Expand and use 2pxNow fill the selection with any colour you like (I used #fa8100)
Use Blending options: Bevel And Emboss
To get the light effect, we are going to make a Adjustment layer. Click the Adjustment layer icon
And select Levels. A window will popup, Use these settings:
You can play around with these settings later
Now fill the mask with black
Get the Gradient Tool (G). Set your Fore- and Background colour White and Black, select the Reflected Gradient box and select Foreground to Background
Then drag a Gradient like this:
Now you should be creative and make some text and images in the middle circle!
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