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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.

Comments (3)
  1. Vicki Morrow says:

    Thanks! I am just learning retouching and Photoshop for fun! I really appreciate your tutorials!

  2. Max Thunberg Max Thunberg says:

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

  3. Villy says:

    Nice, awesome, thanks!!!

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