great tutorial , thanz
to continue press hex key , to return to main menu press star
thanks for sharing.
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Nice pic.. and thanks for sharing the workflow.
Thanks for sharing!
I think it'll be better if you build up the snow by layers; snow in front should fall faster than snow at the back, and are of bigger particles, the ones at the back will fall slower and are of smaller particles. Then tweak the opacity of the layers so that they slowly fade off as they get further away.
Also, when you take photos in a snowscape, the shadows should be really soft and diffused.. so you might wanna use a softbox to help with that next time..
Hmm... don't quite understand what you're saying. Why would snow in front be falling faster than those at the back? Multiple layers had already been employed, their opacity tweaked, and the particles in front already made larger (please see post 13), maybe the effect is not strong enough?
Btw, you have very nice photos on your blog.
Anyway, it's nice that you've taken the time to post your workflow
I would remove the snow under the umbrella, and maybe give a bit more size variation to the snow. For example, http://www.freefoto.com/images/9909/...ritain_web.jpg and http://www.travel-vancouver-island.c...nowfall_95.jpg , snow particles that are further away are smaller and denser in numbers
Of course, it depends on how heavy you'll want the snowfall to be
Thanks for the comment
Haha no worries. This one is interesting, maybe can try to emulate it when have time. Cheers.