Giving an image more texture with the Texturizer


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Giving an image more texture with the Texturizer

So, I would like to give you an example of more of a creative filter, as opposed to those utilitarian ones, like Sharpen, and Blur, and Noise. I am going to show you the Texture filter, something called Texturizer, and I want to make this image look like it's been printed on canvas. This effect actually can look very realistic when you're printing to an Inkjet printer. It actually makes it look like you used a canvas material, even though you didn't. So, to get started, let's convert this layer to a Smart Object. We will do it under Filter > Convert for Smart Filters, and then we will go back to Filter and choose Texture > Texturizer.

Once that opens, you'll see that there are several different texture settings that you can choose up here in the Texture pop-up menu. Over here where it says Texture, there is Canvas, Burlap, Brick, and Sandstone. Brick is definitely cheesy. Burlap has some use. My favorite one is Canvas. It looks the most real. Now the default settin...

Giving an image more texture with the Texturizer
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Giving an image more texture with the Texturizer provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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