How to Use a gradient fill layer to add a color wash Photoshop CC


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Using a gradient fill layer to add a color wash

A really quick and easy way to add a color wash over a black and white image in Photoshop is to add a new gradient fill layer. I can do this in one of two ways. I can either select the Layer menu, and then choose New Fill Layer and add a gradient, or we can use the Adjustment Layer icon at the bottom of the Layers panel. But if I do select the icon here, I need to make sure that I've got the Option key or the ALT key held down. And then I can select gradient. If I don't hold the Option or the ALT key, I get the ew gradient window.

As opposed to the new layer window. And I need this window in order to change the mode to color. If I don't change the mode to color. I would just get a solid gradient, or in a case of the previous movie be a solid color. I wouldn't be able to see the photograph underneath. Then we will click OK, and now I get the gradient fill dialog. I can choose from one of the preset gradients by clicking on this downward pointing triangle. Y...

Using a gradient fill layer to add a color wash
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Using a gradient fill layer to add a color wash provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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