In today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going to use the power of Photoshop to change the weather by making it rain within a photograph. We’ll incorporate various tools and filters to not only create a downpour of raindrops, but also make adjustments to the image to give the appearance of a wet surface with reflections of the surrounding environment. This effect works best with street images set at night because the darker backdrop helps make the raindrops visible, and the hard asphalt roads and pavements can be adjusted to create realistic puddles.
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► Street photo by Yeshi Kangrang – http://spoon.graphics/39vDcmV
► Water splash iimage from Pixabay – https://spoon.graphics/39uEcYi
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