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May 13, 2010

Gradient Overlay with Photobie

This tutorial was made for the earlier versions. This may or may not be applicable to newer versions.

We'll use the following image for this tutorial.

  1. Copy the image and click on edit=>paste as new image.
  2. Click on your "fill shape" tool . Then make sure your "gradient brush set up" is checked. As shown below:

    Choose the color you like to use by clicking on this tool . As you can see on the image above, you have a lot of options on what to use on your gradient --- horizontal, vertical, etc. Explore which option you would like to use. For this tutorial I will use the horizontal!

  3. Now drag your mouse across your image making a square. Then on your layer manager adjust your opacity level. Make sure you are on the "draw fill shape" layer. I set my opacity level at 60.

  4. Here is how the image turned out :

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