Add Fog & Mist in Photoshop – Photoshop/Photography Week 14

Add Fog & Mist in Photoshop – Photoshop/Photography Week 14



Learn how to add great looking fog and mist effects in Photoshop or Elements using a photo of clouds.

For more tutorials visit http://www.gavinhoey.co.uk

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Diane C says:

I've been looking for this! Thanks…easy to follow instructions. Can't wait to try it!

Thanks I didn't know that it is so easy!

extremely helpful! Keep doing this!

Thanks! It's made my drawing look pretty awesome! My mist would suck if i hadn't watched this so again, thanks ^^ Your photo looks amazing by the way! If i'd seen it like that originally i would never have guessed it had been photoshoped!

mrmcweird says:

You have the best tutorials on Youtube! Please keep making more for all of us!

thanks! this will help add that "ghost ship effect" in my shots of a ship i took a few weeks back.

So Soap says:

Wahoo!! Thank's for the tutorial!!! very usefull !!!

OlliMSa says:

Amazing! Love our tutorial videos. Just happened to come upon them this evening. Wish I had found them sooner. Thank you.

YiffingPaws says:

I fucking love you! The only problem that I see it that the picture you are using is a bit old or bad quality but the fog was excellent!

Great tutorial. Thank you.

QuicK2800 says:

I wish you had discussed lighting. This type of fog doesn't fit with every kind of picture, but i'm sure there are lighting adjustments you could make to help it fit in

alicegtv says:

Thankyou so much for making this! This helped me SO MUCH! THANKYOU!!!!!!

This is a splendid tutorial Gavin. Simple but all together dramatic. Thank goodness for your tutorial, simple in instruction but the results are dramatic! Kudos to such a talented yet a humble master! 

loll you sound like david mitchell


Gingakiller says:

thank you so much!

Camila Manzi says:

This helps so, so much. Thank you!!!

Very nice, in depth and exactly what I wanted to know, thanks for the help :]

Thanks! a great tutorial indeed :)

Thanks for a fantastic tutorial. It was simple and easy to follow and created a great effect. Thanks again. 

Very well presented! I now have realistic looking fog on my image! Many thanks!

jeffrockr says:

Thanks you , it have been quite helpful already, but I wondered if you could do tutorials on how to draw things… I've noticed you often use pre-made textures (example the clouds) but i'd like to know how to create these from nothing.. like to draw the clouds, or to draw the mist in another way…. or to create the sunset layer you used in the other tutorial.

hahah that intro "hello!" love it! lol good tutorial!

Edson Sa says:

nice and easy…

Thank you so much Mr. GH!!

smirk fiski says:

Hello there, have you heard about "MagicSFXphoto" (just search on Google for it …)? On their website you can watch a great free video featuring how to create brilliant pictures. This helped Matt to make photos that leave you with a wow-effect any time you look at them. It might work for you too… 

Rana Shahbaz says:

which version of adobe photoshop is this?


tzuspic20 says:

Hi there, have you come across "PhotoSFXart" (just do a Google search for it…)? On their website you can watch a nice free video demonstrating the best way to create outstanding pictures. This helped Joe to take pictures which have that wow-effect whenever you look at them. Perhaps it will help you as well.

Searche93 says:

Please tell me were u got the photo of the clouds looks like I cant find anything that works well -_- thx nice tut! :D

Wow man, you are amazing! 😀 I alwayz wanted to find a fog effect but nth worked quite as well as what u did here, good job! :D

Yurtable says:

Normally I don't comment on tutorials, but this was so fantastic I had to. Very well done.

mr gavin sure is very helpful 

Hi, are you familiar with "Photo SFXart Tricks" (search on Google for it)? On their website you will find a great free video demonstrating how to create brilliant photographs. This made it easier for Daniel to create photographs that have a wow-effect after you look at them. It might help you out also…

Brilliant and easy to follow. Many thanks


MrsD1066 says:

Thanks for the video, very realistic looking : )

sinzi24 says:

really helpful! nice tutorial!

Doug Ewen says:

Really concise tutorial, appreciate your work Gavin,

Praful /m says:

thanxx a lot

Hi Gavin.. thanks for sharing another tough looking tut in easy but effective steps. Man i love your vtut and also have become fan of your voice.. clear and pleasing to hear.. specially when you say "Gausian blurr" lol.. looking forward for more tip. Best wishes

you have some very interesting tutorials that are perfect for the photographer who wants to add some impact to their images. THanks!

This was great! Thank you!

Martin Kulin says:

Really helpful and explained slowly which is always refreshing, thank you

Scott Plumer says:

I've tried fog for ages, but it never really looked right. This is a big help. Thank you!

Dank je wel voor de goede uitleg..

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