Rain Effect in Less Than 1 Minute with Photoshop


Today we are going to Make it Rain in Photoshop
in Just One Minute! You know what, Photoshop already has the rain
action. Yes it does! All you need to do, you need to go to Window,
and then Actions. Now, inside of Actions, Click on this grid,
right over there. And go to Image Effects. Now Image Effects show up. Now, click on Light Rain and just click on
the Play Button, with a Background Layer selected. Now once you click on the Play button right
there, have a look at the rain. It looks awesome, now let’s close it. But, it’s very dull, right? Let’s make a copy of the background copy. Press Ctrl/Command + J. Now, let’s move the
rain to the far-away place, as the far-away place will have more droplets. Ctrl/Command + T, and let’s make it a little
smaller. Let’s place it right over there, and just
click on the Mask button. Now, with the help of the brush, Foreground
Color Black, just paint out the Edges, and you are good to go! You can add as many Layers of rain as you
want. And this is the final result. And that’s how to make it rain in just one
minute!

96 Replies to “Rain Effect in Less Than 1 Minute with Photoshop

  1. WAS WATCHING YOUR VIDEO OF HOW TO BLUR BACK GROUND AND A NOTIFICATION POP AND ONE MORE VIDEO TO LIKE AND WATCH
    LOVE YOUR VIDEOS AND THE WAY YOU TEACH

  2. Hi im usibg photoshop cs6 extended….my actions menu is totally different and seems that I do not gave the image effects selection…can you help me please?

  3. A notification popped out from PiXimperfect and I was sure that i am going to learn something useful again..u r really awesome bro

  4. Never took care of the built-in actions so far. Really exciting! Why spend hours in creating effects on your own if it's in fact so easy?…

  5. Mind = Blown ❤️

    Exploring the uncharted territories of Photoshop with you! Thank you so much for all the awesome information.

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