Creating a Smoke Fading Effect
This tutorial shows how you can create those kind of smoke fading effects that we often get to see in science-fiction movies.
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Learn how to create a smoke or smoky effect from within Photoshop.
How to use layer masks to create the effect of one image gradually fading into another.
I will show you how to create smoke in Photoshop.
Fading our last step. Beware, fading is not exactly fading!
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