Use the Fibers and Ocean Ripple filters in combination with Camera RAW adjustments to create an antique look.
- [Nigel French] In this example, I am going to use texture…to create an antique look for this photo.…And I'm creating texture from a…combination of fibers and Ocean Ripple.…And that's also combining with a treatment…that I'm applying to the image…through the camera raw filter.…This is how my image begins.…So the first thing that I'd like to do…is convert the background layer to a Smart Object…so that I can apply filters to it in a nondestructive way.…
Now I'm going to create an empty layer above that…and then convert this empty layer…to a Smart Object also…and on this currently empty layer…I'm going to apply fibers to start with.…So from the filter menu render > fibers.…And if I bring my variance and my strength all the way down…with the sliders pretty much all the way to the left…my fibers almost look like animal hide.…
So I'm going to go with these options…but for a completely different effect…I could raise both of these sliders to the middle.…But I'm going to go with something like this.…And now so that we can blend the fibers with the…
- Sourcing textures
- Add texture with blend modes, masks, and overlays
- Creating texture brushes
- Applying texture with filters
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop for Designers: Working with Shapeswith Nigel French1h 24m Intermediate
1. Apply Texture with Blend Modes, Layer Masks, and Clipping Masks
2. Apply Texture with Brushes
3. Apply Texture with Filters
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