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How To Add Realistic Water Droplets to Objects

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Published on Aug 07, 2018

The devil is in the details as they say. Some photography requires an extra bit of finesse to really draw attention and hyphen the offering.

Many commercial photography professionals have a bag of tricks up their sleeves when it comes to editing photos for consumers. This video tutorial showcases a single one of which produces fake but otherwise realistic water droplets on various objects.

The addition of condensation to fruits, vegetables, drinks, and more promotes a "fresh" feeling. Something to take the edge off a hard day's work or satisfy a hunger craving.

Follow along as I demonstrate this technique using Affinity Photo.

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