I have to say it… I have the most amazing, talented friends. I learn something from my artist tribe every single day. We have a daily interaction of bouncing ideas off of one another, sharing artworks we all drool over or sharing good news (or bad) because we all get what it takes to be successful… you name it. It’s priceless. If you have followed #SharingItForward for any length of time, you already know that I advocate being a member of artist groups as highly as I do learning/trying something new every day. They go hand in hand actually. You can’t be around other creatives and not learn something new. Forward motion is part of the culture.
Today, I want to share forward an amazingly easy technique for creating a fog effect in Photoshop. This tutorial is by one of my most trusted artist friends, Tatiana Lumiere. She is an amazing photographer and artist with a beautiful feminine editing style. If you haven’t already started following Tatiana’s work you should. She is fast becoming one of the most sought after portraiture photographers, for good reason.
I’m a self professed tutorial junkie. I’ve seen a lot of “fog” tutorials and I am serious when I say this is top notch. It is as simple as it is effective. A lot of fog effects look so contrived but this technique I’ve tested and it always looks beautiful. Throw out your fake fog brushes. You won’t need them anymore. 🙂 Thank you Tatiana for sharing your technique! It’s simple and brilliant!
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