The Texture Touch: Blades of Green


Blades of Green



Summer infused with Green

  
Photoshop Texture Touch
  1. Start by layering the heirloom vol 3 c texture over your photo
  2. Apply the overlay blending mode from the layers palette
  3. Lower the opacity of the texture to 50%
  4. Add heirloom vol 3 b texture to the top
  5. Apply the darker color blending mode

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13 comments :

  1. Precioso color y textura!!
    Abrazos.

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  2. I've just started experimenting with Photoshop. I love easy, fast tips like this one. I'll give it a try. Fellow Blogelina girl.
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  3. Hi Merri,

    Glad to help! I think Photoshop is best in small bites too!
    I'm excited start the classes at Blogelina next week!!

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  4. simply gorgeous!

    well done:)

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  5. A very cheery green Kristy -- loving the edit. :)

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  6. Love the shape of these leaves! Such a beautiful edit, too!

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    1. Kim, it was color that of leaves that first got my attention. You are right the shape is beautiful! Thank You

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  7. The clarity of these photos is amazing! And I love the happy green tones.

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    1. Thanks Karen, I guess I owe that my Canon babies!

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  8. I love how you used the texture. Perfect for that photo and a great idea!

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  9. Very, very nice! I can envision cards with this as the cover. Love the red tips on the leaves.
    Visiting from Texture Tuesday

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  10. Hi guys if you want food textures just visit http://free-textures.in/texture-set/free-food-textures/

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  11. I love this shade of green... so fresh.

    Have a great weekend.

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