Wet Glass

In this tutorial you will learn how to add a wet glass in front of your photograph to imitate a rainy day window or shower curtain. You will work with smart objects, add a wet glass texture and apply some filters. DomQuichotte will show you how easily you can replace the image, once the Photoshop file is created.




Comments (12)

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  2. AliAsghar

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  3. marcos velez

    I loved this tutorial because I have wanted to do this for a while but did not have the know how. There were some aspects of this tutorial that were a bit to quick to grasp. Do you have a written out version available? I am using PS CC so I was not able to find some of the directions or did not hear the directions clearly. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Michael

    As usual a very interesting tutorial. I was fearing there wouldn’t be any more since it was a little quiet… But again it’s awesome! Although I have to ask where to find the “wave”-filter in distortion on the german PS? I looked in “verzerrung” und “wellen”, but the menu for setup the filter was completely different from the one in the video… I used the ripple filter only which made it for me. So thanks again…


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