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How to create water drop effect

How to create water drop effect in Adobe Photoshop CC

 

How we can created water drop effect only in 5 minutes using Adobe Photoshop CC

 

Water Drop Tutorial

 

 

Drawing effect with Adobe Photoshop

How to convert your photo into a drawing  using  Adobe Photoshop CC.

Open your image you want to work with

Tutorial

 

1: Image > Adjustments > HDR Toning

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Tutorial

 

 

2: Filter > Camera Raw Filter

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! Move Dehaze slider to the left. Moving Dehaze slider to  the left or to the  right you will control how light or dark your pencil stoke is

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3: Window > Adjustments > Exposure

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Drawing Effect Tutorial

 

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Download Adobe Lightroom 

How to Make a Movie Poster with Adobe Photoshop Mix

Click on + icon

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Click on Camera Roll icon

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Choose your first ( and it will be our background ) image

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Resize your image

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Adjust > Exposure ( move exposure’s slider all way to the left to apply the Night Time Effect to our background layer)

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Click on the second layer icon and add your second image

Click on Cut Out icon. Now we need to remove the Moon’s background.
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Resize the Moon’s size

Adjust > Exposure ( move exposure’s slide to the left to make the moon darker )

Holding the Moon Layers move this layer over our Background layer
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Now we have another “empty” layer. Click on the “empty” layer and chose the robot image

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Cut Out > Remove Robot’s image background

Adjust > Exposure > Move Exposure slider to the left to make robot image absolutely dark

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Holding Robot Layer icon move this layer over our First layer

Click on Looks icon > Natural + look

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Adjust > Saturation > Move slider to the left

Send to Photoshop > Your image is Stored in your Creative Cloud Photoshop Folder

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Open your Photoshop Mix image in Photoshop

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Adobe Paper Texture Pro

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Chose any paper texture you like to work with > Image > Adjustment > Vibrance

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Make Layer opacity = 67% > Gradient Tool ( with opacity = 18% )

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Apply mask to highlight the moon and robot

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Adjustment Layers > Exposure

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Final

Musician

Musician painted in Adobe Photoshop CC and Wacom using Mixer Brush Tool

Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom