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Import effects?

Postby Snowybaby » Fri Jul 08, 2016 3:29 am

I have downloaded effects from AB's blog and don't know how to add or import it to Smart Photo Editor Studio. Thanks for any help .

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Re: Import effects?

Postby eadams » Fri Jul 08, 2016 11:21 am

Hi Snowybaby,

Andrew posted some resource kits (e.g. for Triptychs and for cards) on his blog that have video tutorials explaining how to use them.

If you are referring to the textures he posted, they are raw materials either to create your own effects using the Effect Editor (you will find tutorials in the forum on how to use the Effect Editor), or to simply create a composite with another image. You will find tutorials on how to use the composite feature here in the forum. For example, open an image, click File - Add Overlay, select one of the textures you downloaded, click the Move, Rotate and Scale button and stretch and position the texture to fit your image and change the blend mode from Normal to something that looks good with your image. Press the Select Area button to be able to paint over parts of the image you don't want the texture to be applied to.

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Re: Import effects?

Postby Snowybaby » Fri Jul 08, 2016 1:56 pm

eadams wrote:Hi Snowybaby,

Andrew posted some resource kits (e.g. for Triptychs and for cards) on his blog that have video tutorials explaining how to use them.

If you are referring to the textures he posted, they are raw materials either to create your own effects using the Effect Editor (you will find tutorials in the forum on how to use the Effect Editor), or to simply create a composite with another image. You will find tutorials on how to use the composite feature here in the forum. For example, open an image, click File - Add Overlay, select one of the textures you downloaded, click the Move, Rotate and Scale button and stretch and position the texture to fit your image and change the blend mode from Normal to something that looks good with your image. Press the Select Area button to be able to paint over parts of the image you don't want the texture to be applied to.



Thank you eadams for your reply. I understand now.

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