How to use Textures & Overlays in Photoshop

Open Your Image

Select File > Place (or "Place Embedded")

Select a Texture/Overlay & Click "Place"

Position the Texture/Overlay, then click the Check Mark to place the Texture/Overlay

Change the Blend Mode to suit your needs - we suggest Multiply, Soft Light, or Screen

Congrats! You're done! If you'd like to remove some of the Texture/Overlay from your image, read the next steps below.

*NOTE: If you are using a PNG overlay, as opposed to a JPEG overlay (such as our Leaf & Branch Overlays), you do not need to use a blend mode since the PNG files are working with transparent pixels. Simply place the image and that's all there is to it :).

1

Open Your Image
 

2

Select File > Place (or "Place Embedded")
 

3

Select a Texture/Overlay & Click "Place"
 

4

Position the Texture/Overlay, then click the Check Mark to place the Texture/Overlay
 

5

Change the Blend Mode to suit your needs - we suggest Multiply, Soft Light or Screen
 

6

Congrats! You're done! If you'd like to remove some of the Texture/Overlay from your image, read the next steps below.

*NOTE: If you are using a PNG overlay, as opposed to a JPEG overlay (such as our Leaf & Branch Overlays), you do not need to use a blend mode since the PNG files are working with transparent pixels. Simply place the image and that's all there is to it :).



HOW TO NON-DESTRUCTIVELY REMOVE

PORTIONS OF THE TEXTURES/OVERLAYS


1

Create a Layer Mask by selecting the Layer Mask IconLayer Mask

( alternatively, you can select Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to achieve the same thing)
 

2

Using a soft, black brush paint over the areas on the layer mask that you would like to erase
 


HOW TO NON-DESTRUCTIVELY REMOVE PORTIONS OF THE TEXTURES/OVERLAYS


Create a Layer Mask by selecting the Layer Mask Icon ( alternatively, you can select Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to achieve the same thing)

Using a soft, black brush paint over the areas on the layer mask that you could like to erase

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