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Learn how to add artificial rain drops to images in Photoshop.


1. Open any image that you want to add rain drops too. In order to make this look more realisitc, I'm going to use the following image of a green leaf.

Rain Drops Photoshop Tutorial

2. Create a new layer named Drop1 and select the Elliptical Marquee Tool and make a selection which looks like a drop on the leaf.

Rain Drops Photoshop Tutorial

3. Next set press D on your keyboard to set the foreground color to black and the background color to white, or you can do this manually. After reseting these colors, select the Gradient Tool from the Tools Palette. In the tool options bar at the top of the screen, make sure that the first button, linear gradient is selected and that the foreground to background gradient is selected.

Rain Drops Photoshop Tutorial


Now that the proper Gradient Tool settings have been selected, drag the mouse from the left side of the selected oval to the right.

Rain Drops Photoshop Tutorial

4. With the Drop 1 layer selected, change this layer's blend mode to Overlay in the Layers Palette.

Rain Drops Photoshop Tutorial


Tutorial continues on page 2.



 

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