How to Create Realistic Fire in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 Tutorial

How to Create Realistic Fire in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 Tutorial

How to create realistic fire inside Adobe Photoshop
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This video covers how to create realistic fire and flames inside Adobe Photoshop CC 2014. This rendering option was added in Photoshop CC 2014, so you’ll need either that version or newer in order to do the steps shown in this tutorial

Sorry for the lower video quality on this tutorial – I ran into some rendering issues and effectively had to double render the video portion in order to make this work properly, which reduced the overall quality of the video. This will be fixed in future videos =D

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  1. Was very helpful

  2. do you have any tutorials on water or adding splash to an image

  3. when i try to do it. it just says "could not render because the content of the layer is not directly editable." and then when i renderize it like i read in the comments, it tells me i need a path to render it. ive been fiddling around with this for about an hour and have gotten no where.

  4. I dont have "Flame" in my render settings, so i go into render and its not there, at all, And im in 2014 cc

  5. Very Nice video . i tried this with my photoshop cs6 and its not working….. Please is there any other way out and is this cc 2014 newer than cs 6? thanks alot

  6. I have Flam button, but I can not click on it, why?

  7. the option "Flame" is desactivated you dont know why ?

  8. when i go in render i haven't flame how can i do

  9. Very good video!!

  10. Whenever i try this, it always brings up a dialog box saying "Smart object is not directly editable" what can i do?

  11. 2015 is shit i thing cose this dont work for me at alll

  12. I cant render the flame it's grayed out

  13. Man you are absolutely amaazing ,, i subscribed right now because you are really professional and i really fell in love with your video 👍👍👍 keep it going.

  14. thank you, always need flame in some videos!

  15. didn't notice the vid quality but did like the tut very much…Thanks

  16. Sorry if the video quality looks a bit lower than usual, ran into some problems when using a new editing / processing method. Will be fixed in the future. =D

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