How to Add Photorealistic Puddles in Photoshop

How to Add Photorealistic Puddles in Photoshop
Learn how to add realistic puddles in Photoshop with this quick and easy tutorial. It's a great way to make your photos look a bit more interesting. You’ll start off by cutting and pasting parts of your photo to create a fake reflection. Then you’ll paint in the puddle with a layer mask and tweak the settings to make it look realistic. Finally, you’ll finish it by adding a subtle ripple effect to the puddles. And you’re going to do all of this using nondestructive editing techniques with a very minimal set of layers. So if you’re interested, keep watching and you’ll learn how to add your own realistic puddles in Photoshop.
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3 comments on “How to Add Photorealistic Puddles in Photoshop”

  1. Lovely, not in particular the effect itself perhaps. But the fact that you always learn by watching other's work process in photoshop. :)

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