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Wie erzeuge ich in PsE ´Schneefall / Snowfall´

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Sep 08, 2023 Sep 08, 2023

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Hallo,

wie erzeuge ich in PsE ´Schneefall´ auf einem Bild?

How do i add ´snowfall´ to a picture?

 

Merci für Ihre Antwort und Gruss

Christoph

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Community Expert , Sep 08, 2023 Sep 08, 2023

There are free brushes available:

Photoshop Snow Free Brushes - (2,268 Free Downloads) (brusheezy.com)

Download and install in the Presets>brushes directory in PSE

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There are free brushes available:

Photoshop Snow Free Brushes - (2,268 Free Downloads) (brusheezy.com)

Download and install in the Presets>brushes directory in PSE

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If you are using Elements 2022, you can create an animated snowfall for your photo using the Enhance>Moving Overlays feature:

Moving Overlays Snow - Small.gif

 

Added:  If you don't want the animation, you can open the animated gif file and save a jpeg file from one of the layers.

 

Moving Overlays Snow - Small.jpg

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