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Realistic Snow


It can be real challenge to capture perfect images with beautiful snow at winter. Some of the biggest reasons; perfect snow isn’t there every day and when it’s there you have to think how not to get your camera wet, often snowflakes end-up on someones face/eyes. Especially if you taking wedding or family pictures, way to much work to pose everyone and then ‘O no there is snow in their faces’.

Realistic Snow was created to put those issues behind, we’re a professional photography studio so we know the struggle and importance of every photo session. When creating this item we consider; realistic view, post production time, we know that not everyone is a pro in photoshop so we did our best to make it super easy to use, we also considered size of the pictures (5000x3650px) and print resolution 300ppi. Item includes 3 different snow effects, each builded from 4 to 5 distance layers and equipped with realistic blur/motion effects. All layers and effects equipped with masks, so you can modify snow visibility in non destructive way. We also included easy to read and understand help file. (Images not included)

Files Included

  • 1 PSD file
  • PDF Help file

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