This tutorial will take a daytime photograph and turn it into a rainy night scene.
We’ll start by adding a blur filter to create the illusion of motion. Then we’ll add various adjustment layers to make it seem like this photograph was taken at night.
I’ll also show you how to add very accurate lens flares using the Precise Flare Center, which helps you position lens flares precisely in the place you want.
We’ll finish off this effect by creating realistic-looking rain using patterns and layer styles in multiple layers.
This is a more advanced way to make rain (or snow) than the typical noise and motion blur effect you’ve probably seen before.
This very versatile technique could be used on other images by simply tweaking the adjustment layers and lens flares.
If you want to follow this tutorial, feel free to download the tutorial files. Look for them down below.
If you’re using your image, remember that your settings may be different than mine, but that’s ok.
All you need to do is make the appropriate adjustments, so everything looks within your composition.
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