Using a gradient style to adjust the sky in a photo.
I think you misspelled “thingie”! It should end in “ie” not “ee.” Any dummy knows that. I did.
“thingee” is also a misspelling. the correct spelling is “thingy”.
“thingie” is incorrect as well.
Great tip. I’ll put this one to good use. Thanks.
Is it possible to copy and save an episode?
Gary, right mouse click on the “Download here” button which is shown underneath the video and then select the “Save Link As” or “Save Target As” option to save to your computer (wording depends on your browser).
Simply amazing. Thanks
What’s the difference between Kelby Training online and Kelby TV. com? I know for sure one has a subscription and the other doesn’t. Could you guys give me a little more info?
perfect! A good tip
Thanks! Now if I can just remember to use it.
Great Tip … don’t be so anal, who cares if it’s “thingee” “thingie” or “thingy” ….
Another way to do it is use Black to Transparent and use the Underlying Layer(white) Blend If slider … seperate em using the Alt key and dragging with the mouse
Thanks dear…..really helpful tips
I do not have a reverse. How can I find it.
I AM USING CS2
AND I DONT HAVE THE REVERSE BUTTON AS AN OPTION…PLEASE HELP
Reverse your whole image then.
great tip, I have been doing this in lightroom for years, always wondered how to do it in photoshop and never got around to leaning !!!
thank u matt very very very nice tutorial
Very helpful , thank you so much
Great! Thank you, Matt.
I use overlays of dark or light gradients/spots all the time to alter the “mood” or “focus” of photographs but had no idea one could drag ON the image, nor did I think of saving as a layer style! Thank you for the great tips!
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