by Karen Schulz
Add mystery and drama to your photo or scrapbook page by adding wisps of fog with the use of the Clouds Filter.
For this tutorial you will need:
- The photo included in the download for this tutorial
- Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop
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Photo: Karen Schulz
Tutorial: Fog Effect by Karen Schulz
Font: Myriad Pro Regular
Newsprint Overlay 01: Karen Schulz
More pages created using this tutorial:
Photo: Val Sleger
Tutorial: Fog Effect by Karen Schulz
Folded paper (recolored): Autumn Dreams by A Work in Progress
Background clouds, seagull: FAVPng (no artist given)
Fonts: Pea Logan, Austral Slab, Cristalistic Script
Photo: Kellie Linn
Tutorial: #DST #CreateFog Create fog tutorial by Karen Schulz
Kit: Autumn Cheer and Mountain High by Anna Aspnes
Edge overlay: Katie Pertiet
Fonts: Myriad Pro, Guttenberg, Caramello
Page and Photo by Carla Shute
Tutorial: Creating Fog by Karen Schulz
Kits: Hello Halloween by Aimee Harrison, Special Pumpkin by Thaliris Designs, Hallows Eve by Brandy Murry, Scrap It Now 3 Template by Digital Scrapper
Page & Photo: Terri Fullerton
Tutorial: Create Fog by Karen Schultz
Kits: Anna Aspnes Scenic Template Album No 1_8, ArtPlayPaletteMilieu_Transfers 1, 2, 3, 4, Urban Threads 3_1,12 ArtPlayPalette Sage_SolidPaper2, ArtPlayPalette Heath ArtsyPaper1. AASPN_ArtPlayPalette Explore_Blossom, heart -multi-media-Roses1_4. Adobe Wow Plastic Style
Fonts: Kunstler Script Regular, Cooper Std Black, Arial Narrow
Page & Photo: Deborah Wagner
Tutorial: Create Fog by Karen Schulz
Supplies: Katie Pertiet – Surf Lagoon Kit, Watery Photo Masks 02, Tidewater Solids, Dragon Trainer Kit, Chalkboard Christmas Tags, Looping Lines Brushes and Stamps 06, Vintage Journal Spots No.5, Googly Eyes No.1, Vintage Coast Solid Remnants, Adventuring Kit, Sail Away Brushes and Stamps No.2, Fastener Basics 01
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This is a general comment The comment from akrubygal was a question that I had also. I would love it if the tutorials contained a little more commentary of the “why are you doing that?” Why did you mask the fog areas that you chose? I love the tutorials and classes that I find at Digital Scrapper, but I do think, sometimes, they don’t explain the why’s. I love seeing the steps to accomplish a technique, but I would like to hear an explanation of why you are doing it this way, what does this step accomplish, or what are the alternatives.
Thank you to the whole team for all the great blog tutorials!
Thank you for the feedback, Steph. I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts. I will see what we can do about providing more “whys” in our training. 😀
Hi Karen, thanks for the quick tutorial. What a great addition to a page!
May be a beginner question but I’m curious…..why do you do the technique twice??
Great question. If you create the first fog layer and are happy with how it looks, creating the 2nd layer is not necessary. Sometimes the fog looks clumpy. By creating a 2nd layer, you can stretch the layer, making the fog less dense (thus less clumpy). You can also move the 2nd layer around on your document to add to the effect. I hope that answers your question. If not, let me know. Thanks for asking.
Thank you! Very cool effect!
Hi Maria, You’re welcome. I would love to see this effect on some of your photos! (or your sons).
Awesome tutorial – can’t wait to use it!
Thanks, Julie! I hope to see your results in the Community!
Very cool technique Karen! Thank you for the quick and easy to follow instructions.
You are welcome, Renee. I’m glad you like it!
Thank you for such a timely TUT! I can’t wait to use this on my Halloween LO’s!
Oh, I can’t wait to see that page, Nanci!
Thank you for sharing!
You’re welcome, Margaret.
Nice. Thank you!
You’re welcome, Linda. I hope you enjoy experimenting with this technique.