Free photoshop radiance textures
Beautify your images with these subtle hand drawn radiance textures in magnificent color schemes.
All textures are 6000 x 4000 pixels wide and suit a variety of genres and moods.
Easy to use
Applying your radiance layer is as easy as drag and drop. Simply drop the texture as a new layer onto your photo and apply either "Soft Light", "Screen" or "Overlay" as blend mode. Adjust the layer opacity to your liking and start experimenting to get your desired look.
Each texture features a carefully composed color scheme and a hot spot, as well as darker areas. Simply scale, mirror or flip the texture layer to you needs to highlight or color the areas of your image that benefit best from the effect. As a general rule, the hot spot areas work best with faces and persons where as the darker areas work their magic on backgrounds.
In "Screen" blend mode each radiance texture adds quite a lot of brightness to your image, creating beautiful pastel effects. These work well for fashion looks, sunlight or vintage filters and can be fine tuned by adjusting the layer opacity. A setting of about 20% is generally a good start.
You may use these textures in your editing process for any purpose, even commercially. All we ask is that you credit shootstube.com with a link if you publish your work online. You may not redistribute the textures in any form.
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