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Before & After Texture Overlays

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Using Textures to Edit Your Images in Photoshop

Today I want to share a couple of Photoshop/PSE edits we made with some senior pictures using our new Texture Overlay sets. Below you'll see how we used our new Scrap Metal and Brick Wall Overlays to add texture to each of these images. We included the design recipes so you'd know exactly how we got these looks!

New Scrap Metal Texture Overlay

Check out the before an after. Scroll down to see how we did it!

Slide the divider line in the middle to see full before and after images. [baslider name="TextureScrapMetal"]

Our Editing Recipe

First, we added the texture overlay from the Scrap Metal set to the image and set the layer mode to Normal. Then we added a layer mask to the texture layer and painted out the areas where we didn't want the texture to be visible. Next we added text in the big open area to read "Class of 2015" and applied the Real Steel Photoshop Style (sold separately) to the text layer to complete our heavy metal look!  

New Brick Wall Texture Overlay

Check out the before an after. Scroll down to see how we did it!

Slide the divider line in the middle to see full before and after images. [baslider name="TextureBrick"]

Our Editing Recipe

The image above was edited with our Brick Wall Texture Overlay set. In this case we added the texture layer above our image and changed the layer mode to Hard Light. Next we added a layer mask to the texture layer and painted out the areas where we did not want the texture applied. We saved the final image as a flattened jpg file.  

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Show us your favorite images transformed by textures. Just leave a link in the comments!  


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