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Creating Snow. Step 1. Begin opening an image on photoshop. Step 2. Now you need to create a layer of snow to cover the ground Choose the eyedropper tool from the Toolbar and click on the field to sample a greenish color. Go to Select> Color Range

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step 1
Step 1
  • Begin opening an image on photoshop
step 2
Step 2
  • Now you need to create a layer of snow to cover the ground
    • Choose the eyedropper tool from the Toolbar and click on the field to sample a greenish color.
    • Go to Select> Color Range
    • Use a fuzziness slider setting of 132 and choose Sampled Color from the Select Box.
    • Click OK
step 3
Step 3
  • Add a new layer naming it “snow”
  • To fill this selection with the snow effect go to Edit>Fill and choose white for Contents.
    • Deselect this layer
    • In the layers palette change the blending mode of this layer to “Hard Light”
step 4
Step 4
  • Make the image appear cold
    • Add a new layer, call it “Gradient”
    • Click in the foreground color swatch and choose a vibrant blue/ violet/
    • Select the Gradient tool, and click in the Gradient picker choosing Foreground to Transparent
    • Click and drag the tool from the bottom of the image to the top
    • Set blending mode to Hue and opacity to 80% in the layer palette
step 41
Step 4
  • To add snow
    • Ad a new layer naming it “snowfall”
    • Fill this layer using edit> fill> 50% Gray
    • Deselect by hitting “D”
    • Add noise, Filter> Noise> Add Noise
step 5
Step 5
  • In the add noise dialog bow
    • Drag the amount slider to 50%
    • Choose Gaussian for distribution and check monochromatic
  • Blur this layer
    • Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur
    • Use Blur radius of 5 pixels
step 6
Step 6
  • Adjust the contrast of this new layer
    • Image> Adjustments> Levels
    • In this box, grab the white point marker and drag it directly below the center of the histogram peak
    • Now drag the black point marker until it is almost directly behind the white marker
step 7
Step 7
  • Set the blending mode on the layer palette of the “snowfall” layer to screen
    • Reduce it’s opacity to 50%
  • Blur the snow to make it appear like it’s being blown
    • Filter> Blur> Motion Blur
    • Use and angle of 65 degrees and a distance of 13 pixels
step 8
Step 8
  • Add a few larger snowflakes
    • Duplicate the “Snowfall” layer
    • Go to Edit> Transform> Flip Horizontal
    • Go to Edit> Transform> Scale
    • Lock the chain-link in the “Options” bar to constrain the proportions and drag the corner handle on the bounding box outward
    • Hit enter to commit to the transformation
step 81
Step 8
  • On the duplicate “snowfall” layer
    • Go to Filter> Blur> Motion Blur
    • Use an angle of -59 and a distance of 31