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How to Create a Marvellous Night Landscape with Waterfalls

Comments (22)
  1. stampajoe says:

    You did an excellent job of step by step tutorial with pics which helped me understand why and the reason for each.
    Thanks ;)

  2. davidz says:

    I like your tutorial a lot!

    But, sorry if it sounds dumb, how do i copy-paste the cut out into the main document (step 3)? It doesn´t work with ctrl+c/ctrl+v…

    1. Dek Wid says:

      firstly select the cut out (hold-press Ctrl and click the thumbnail of the cut out layer. when it is selected, hit Ctrl+C and then be active on the main document, paste (ctrl+v) the layer on it.

  3. cris says:

    very good tutorial I love your technique

  4. roney says:

    thanks for share

  5. malissimo says:

    Excelente tutorial, el modelo nolo encuentro, saludos desde España

    1. Okinta says:

      Hola malissimo,
      Aquí lo puedes encontrar:

      Un saludo desde Francia


      Btw, thank you for this tutorial. This is impressive. And I learnt new useful techniques.

  6. Anonymous says:

    how do you get of masking??????????

    1. Miller says:

      If you see red than press Q to get out of quick mask. If you dont see red, just click on the left thumbnail of your layer… the left one not the right thumbnail.

  7. Anonymous says:

    pathi thane sollirukinga

  8. Bassam says:

    This is a magnificent masterpiece. Excellent explanation. Thank you very much.

  9. muhsin says:

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  10. sdfsdf says:

    I like yer tut… good

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