An in-depth guide to how to use Photoshop’s distortion filters – including Diffuse Glow, Ripple, Shear, ZigZag, Spherize and Twirl – to add fantastic creative effects to your photographs. Part two - Ripple.
Distort Ripple is another iteration of the texture map technique. The controls offer a slider running from -999 per cent to +999 per cent (though the effects are rather similar irrespective of whether you choose the positive or negative route), and a Small/Medium/Large choice of waveform.
HOW IT WORKS
THIS MONTH'S BEST FEATURES
Timothy Goodman on white privilege in graphic design – and how we can increase diversity
This free brand-new digital design app wants to take on Adobe and Sketch
Hand’s on with HP’s new Surface Pro rival, designed for Adobe-using designers and artists
How MPC recreated Rachael for Blade Runner 2049
How to create the perfect 3D, VFX or games art showreel
Digital Arts Guides
The hottest work, tech & techniques that match your creative tastesAnimation & VFX Business & Career Success Creative Hardware Creative Software Graphic Design Illustration & Art Interactive Design & VR Marketing Photography UX & Web Design Video Post-production