Add Color with a Custom Gradient Adjustment Layer
by Julie Singco
Quickly add color and preserve the texture of a paper using a custom Gradient Adjustment Layer with a Linear Burn Blend Mode.
For this tutorial you will need:
- The quick page from the download
- Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop
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Card: Julie Singco
Kit: Autumn Days by Kristin Cronin-Barrow
Fonts: Lush Garden, Sorbet LTD
More pages created using this tutorial:
Page, photo and paper: Julie Singco
Kit: Ocean Breeze by Palvinka
Fonts: Arcon, Peach Blush, Fort Yukon Grunge
Page: Let Pumpkin Season Begin by Nanci Radford
Kits/Supplies: Season’s Change by Rachel Dickson, Autumn Days by Kristin Cronin-Barrow, Stamped and Framed Template and Collageable Pieces by Katie Pertiet, Thankful by Karla Dudley, Sproingy by Kim Jensen
Fonts: Are You Freakin Serious, Antro Vectra and Ebrima
Card by Carla Shute
Kits: Christmas Greetings 2 Snowflakes Brush by Jen White, Burlap Paper Set by Susie Roberts, 360 Degree Life: March 2019 by Aimee Harrison, Scandia Kit by Aimee Harrison, Up On The Rooftop Embellishment by DRB Designs
Photo & Layout: Val Sleger
Kit: Autumn Potpourri by Luv Ewe Designs, Frame: Anna Aspnes, Word Art circles & strip: Mine, created from Perfectly Personal Word Art by Jenifer Juris
Page and Photo: Felicity Farnsworth
Mask – Laura Burger, Paper – Melo Vrijhof, Tag – Jennifer Fehr
Fonts – Magnolia Sky and Architect’s Daughter
Card: Nancy Briechle
Tutorial: Using the Gradient Adjustment layer
Watercolor background paper: SRO watercolor paper 01, Flowers: Watercolor Floral freebie from Creative Fabrica
Fonts: Thinking font Arizonia, of You font Raleway Regular
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