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opus

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Hi all,
Well i am not really new to Photoshop but i can't say i am an expert... just an amateur user.
I am trying to create a hot day effect over a picture (see attached image) what i am aiming for is creating the same effect like when you look on the horizon above a fire or when looking to the horizon over a hot road.... I hop i succeeded to explain myself ;).

please help
 

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rasoN

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Simply go to layer>new adjustment layer>photo filter and adjust the color and intensity like you want :D
 

rasoN

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no my mistake , you can always duplicate the layer , set it to overlay , delete unwanted parts, and go to filter>distort>warp and adjust the settings like you want :D
 

opus

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Thank rasoN,
im no sure you understood what i am aiming for.... i attached a before and after photo i downloaded for the web.

Thanks

wave.jpgwaveF.jpg
 

Paul

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Might not be as much effect as your after but you can try it yourself now, i used the glass effect and did a couple of layer passes to give it a warmer look. There are other ways but i did it this way.:)
 

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opus

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Might not be as much effect as your after but you can try it yourself now, i used the glass effect and did a couple of layer passes to give it a warmer look. There are other ways but i did it this way.:)
Thanks, i will use this if i cant find another option i am looking for a really dramatic heat wave effect... i attache another pic, i am looking for the air look behind the plane.
Heatwave1.jpg
 

TerryC

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Try the Filter "ripple" And adjust accordingly. BTW, Belial, your sky looks refreshing, nothing heated about it. :naughty: :naughty: :naughty:
 

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