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How to Create a Rainy Lake Scene in Photoshop

Comments (45)
  1. redsky says:

    wow, very artistic

  2. Dek Wid says:

    I like this kind of photo manips….very nice imaging. With more efforts to show the effects of the raindrops on the water surface, this work would be perfect.

  3. 8lackie says:

    My “Hue & Sat” levels only go to +180…..perhaps I’m missing something?

    1. Guest says:

      Do you have “Colorize” selected?

  4. 8lackie says:

    I like these tutorials, however I often get stuck and there seems to be no recourse to get clarification. For example on steps 5 and 6 I have a bit of a problem duplicating your steps. I follow your steps to the letter but clearly am doing something wrong and not getting the correct result….or anything resembling it. I’m using CS4 extended. Thanks

  5. kunal pathak says:

    raaly i like this tutorial

  6. Steve says:

    It really befuddles me why people post such negative comments. These people that create these tutorials are taking the time out of their lives to assist us novices, not hold us by the hand. I think he did a very good job.

  7. Jack says:

    Wow, this is such a fail… by the first two commentators! Do you SEE any other reflection than the castle’s? No. You might make the lake darker, but the texture of the sky is not seen, so there is no reflection. And where the moon’s reflection lands wouldn’t be in the view of the lake. Also, can you make something better than this, without tutorials? No, that’s why you’re here. You can always make changes yourself if you don’t like, idiots.

    1. paijo says:

      you’re an idiot commentator!

  8. Jack Rackham says:

    hey, you know what, why don’t you show us your own works and/or tutorials? if you see an high level of fail here, I’m pretty curious to look at your astonishing works

  9. it’s EPIC FAIL because the sky and the moon is not reflected in the water! :(

  10. lumia says:

    hahaha…level of fail is too high…how come raindrops doesnt affect the lake water surface?

    1. Anonymous says:

      Because its photoshop not reality!

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