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Realistic Fog

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Take a regular photo and add a realistic fog to make the picture exiting.

Take a regular photo and add a realistic fog to make the picture exiting.

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  • 1. Realistic Fog Photoshop Tutorial 2 By Suzanna Yeichy
  • 2. Choose a Picture
    • Let’s use this picture. It looks like it’s a common place for fog.
  • 3. First Steps
    • Create a new layer on top of your image in the layer box. This is the layer we’ll use to paint the fog.
    • Then select the Brush Tool and set the Diameter at 150 px, Mode to Dissolve, Opacity to 15% and Flow to 30%.
    • Set the Foreground Color to a light grey color.
  • 4. Step 3
    • Use the brush tool to paint horizontal lines over the image.
    • To make it a little more realistic, make it thicker in some places. To do this, set the Opacity to 70% and make areas more grey.
  • 5. Step 4
    • Now to go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur
    • Set the Radius to 14px
  • 6. Step 5
    • At the bottom of the layer box, click on the Add Layer Mask button.
    • Use the Gradient Tool to make a gradient going from white to black starting from the top of the layer and going straight down.
    • Go to the next slide
    • to find the finished product…
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