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I have searched high and low and cannot find a tutorial on how to re-create this effect!! Anyone have any ideas?
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The photo's too small to see what the effect is. Is it broken up into exploding pixels?
It is Pete sorry. There is a link under the pic to more of the images from the same series. Would love to learn how to recreate this!!
This link is for a splatter effect, dont know if this is the sort of thing you want.
This is the link to the advertising agency that created it, and there are more examples on the print tab. It's clearest on the blog I think, and it looks here like colour matched discs superimposed on the image.
A very simple but (perhaps) effective way of doing this could be just to use the clone tool, using a pen with the brush set to pressure variable size and opacity. Might be a little tedious but I bet you could do it.
We did a similar thing with custom brushes: http://www.ephotozine.com/article/learn-how-to-create-custom-brushes-in-photosho...
try a website called tutzor water effect photo montage,they have a cracking one on there
Another image with a similar efeect ( I think)
Andy Wilson did a tutorial on Facebook about this too - using cloning and random brushes
Do you mean likeQuote: I have searched high and low and cannot find a tutorial on how to re-create this effect!! Anyone have any ideas?
Or more here at link
Yup! Square brushes, cloning and jitter!
i have seen this effect on an advert
i would love to be able to produce this effect too
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