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Apr 02, 2011 05:40 |  #1

Simple trick...a landscape trought a rain window...
1.- open landscape picture
2.- duplicate layer + filter Gaussian blur (30 pix)
3.- search photo "window + rain"
4.- Place the photo
FUSION LAYER IN MODE SCREEN
5.- rasterize rain layer
6.- use "erase" tool (choose any brush)
7.- click Ctrl/Cmd over the "rain" layer (there will be a selection)
8.- invert this selection
9.- go to the landscape blurred (the second layer) and apply erase tool. Landscape become sharp
10.- in the rain layer, apply gaussian blur (3 pix)
this is the result...
Use different values as you want.
If you have any suggestion, please tell me...


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Apr 02, 2011 17:05 |  #2

wow thats really cool. thanks for sharing that!! wait what do you mean search photo window + rain? just find one on the internet?


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Apr 03, 2011 03:11 |  #3

yes, exactly.
Try to find a photo as "neutral" as you can.
Visiting "St Google temple" you can find a lot of them. But not whatever can be used (copyright, efect, etc)
Or....take a picture at your own window when it's raining.......

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