I live in Nashville, Tn. We don’t get snow. I have been crossing fingers and toes for the last 6 years, hoping for a big enough snowfall, that I could capture the “post card” images of my little princesses in little fur lined, hooded capes, standing in majestic, snow covered fields. But… I’m still waiting. The most we ever get is a dusting and it melts within a few hours. So today, I set out on a mission. I searched the internet, looking for anything and everything I could find on creating “snow” in Photoshop and OH MUh’golly I think I found it! This was such a “DUH” moment for me. I saw this technique and face palmed… Why didn’t I think of that!?
So this tutorial is dedicated to all those who feel my pain. We shall overcome! We will create our winter wonderlands with this… 🙂
I am throwing my hands in the air in a triumphant salute to you, Howard Pinskey! Thank you for the amazing technique. I’m now a subscriber to your YouTube channel… You are my winter wonderland hero.
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