How to Add Textures to Photos and Logos in Photoshop

Category: Photo Effects and Retouching

Give a wedding photo a romantic feel by adding a vintage, weathered look. Add some grit and grunge to an album cover by adding scuffs and scratches. Help a business stand out by adding some theme and character to their logo.

Adding textures can often be a great finishing touch when creating memorable pictures and, in this tutorial by Aaron Nace from Phlearn, you’ll learn how to do it. In addition to a sample image, we’ve included two custom textures that you can start using to experiment with your own photos. Download them here…

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