11 weather changing photo effects Photoshop tutorials

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Too often, we hear photographers lament about how they missed the Golden Hour, or how they wish they could have photographed a place in the middle of a blizzard.

Sure, nothing beats being in the actual moment with the perfect weather condition. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t use some imagination, creativity, and nifty Photoshop skills to create the exact environment that you want.

If you don’t happen to have the superpowers to change the weather, the next best thing you can do is to learn from these tutorials that will challenge and amaze you.

Add a rainbow to a photo

Add rain to a photo

Add writing to a foggy window pane

How to make great falling snow

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Create a winter scene from a summer photo

How to Create Realistic Fog and Mist

Turn day into night

Add a sunset to a photo

How to Create Autum Leaves in Adobe Photoshop

How to Create Light Rays in Photoshop

How to replace a sky in Photoshop

Still want more weather effects? Take a look at these amazing premium Photoshop Actions

Gif Animated Snow premium Photoshop Action ($5)

Download Flood Premmium Photoshop Action ($5)

Download Add Clouds Photoshop Premium Action ($5)

Download Rainstorm Photoshop Premium Action ($6)

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