An under-exposed, under-saturated photograph shot with a Lensbaby goes from blah to bright with post-processing and a texture. Check out the details!
Using a photograph of an iris, a texture, a vintage paper, a vintage French overlay, a Photoshop brush, and a butterfly element to create a decorative botanical image.
Need help figuring out how to get textures to show more on your backgrounds? The trick is photographing with less depth of field.
Change the colors of a French Kiss Collections pink valentine colored digital paper collection to red, green and vintage gold for Christmas papers. Get the recipes.
See how to use textures to “paint” in areas of a still life photograph. Details show the transformation of a plain photograph to artistic results. Masking techniques, too.
Use textures like paint with a floral photograph to create an artistic still life. See the Original and Photoshop layer panel for details on post-processing.
A few examples using textures as fills for display text.
Textures used as a fill can add a lot of character to display text and it’s quite easy to do.
This photographic design uses textures, overlays, masks and brushes. Have a peek at my layers to see how it was created.
Use digital masks with textures and clipping masks to create design elements. Stack several masks for a dimensional design. Throw in an overlay too!