By: Knut Kubenz on Tuesday, January 15, 2008
I guess just the fact that I live in Canada (the Great White North) and it's winter, makes me want to come up with new ways to to share our lovely season and bring you effects you can use to create snowy and frosty scenes even in the peak of summer.
The effect I'll present today allows you to use Photoshop's Wind Filter, the Hue/Saturation control, the Clouds Filter and Layer Masks to render a frosty look even from images you have created on a much warmer day. The steps are simple and not too extensive and will give you a new creative look to your images quickly and effectively. Let's begin.
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