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How to add mist/fog to a picture?


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Here's a nice easy technique you could play with: viewtopic.php?p=9710#p9710

If that doesn't work try rendering clouds on a separate layer then playing with the opacity & contrast for that layer.

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Something Similar to the fog in this picture. sorry but i cant upload the images because of size but the url links to a few pictures that are similar to what i am looking for

http://api.ning.com/files/9LDVCjtPofdiPJX8FuXptlz-M7WCXfSSvpK2Fgco2X9YRaCTVtw*42AlDYMSmS40p*BCWlSTD6RCUHDR*FcZx2Ng-lIFINYH/TheMist.jpg

http://www.weatherpicturesweatherphotos.net/weather-picture-photo-mist-rain-RedDeath.jpg

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Easy.

Hint: Add new layer, Fill with low alpha white, Blur the background which is blocked by the fog/mist.

Use Gradient :AlphaChannel: to make it seem like heavier in the background and less in the foreground.

Do not blur the foreground which is not covered as much by the fog/mist.

Understand?

Play around with the above idea, you should get it. Good luck, let me know.

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