Texture: a perceived surface quality of photos When working with photos for the print and electronic media, overlaying their backgrounds with texture can enhance an otherwise ordinary shot; new photos stand out.
Basically, photo editors apply a selected texture image directly onto a photo, then adjust texture density (a.k.a. opacity) to suit. Critical elements of texture-overlaid photos are: (a) choosing a complementary texture overlay image, (b) positioning it appropriately on the photo, and (c) selecting an optimum opacity level for the texture. Warren enjoys such texture overlay projects, blending the three elements creatively.
Look at this collection of texture overlays; see distinct effects that one or more textures have on them.
See the effect Move your cursor on then off this photo to see what effect three different black textures have on this image of a .
Twelve of many sample texture images Warren used in the overlay collection above.
Can you tell which textures were used on which photos?
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