How to Add Believable Snow to an Image in Photoshop

PiXimperfect is an excellent resource for learning Photoshop techniques and in this 10-minute video, host Unmesh Dinda shows you how to add believable-looking snow to any image using Adobe Photoshop.

The first step is to isolate the background that you want to add snow to. To do this, navigate to Select and then Color Range. You’ll want to change the Selection Preview from Grayscale to None to allow you to see the image correctly and isolate the colors you want to change.

Next, decrease the Fuzziness to somewhere below 10 – the exact value will vary depending on your image. Then, choose the first eyedropper on the left, make sure the Invert option is unchecked, and then click on the area of color you want to adjust. After that, select the middle eyedropper tool (it has a plus…

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