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Make sure the gradient layer is selected then go to image, adjustments and then hue and saturation, finally slide the hue to whatever color you want or use the eyedrop by moving the mouse off the adjusment page.


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There is a filter in Photoshop that has not currently in fashion, hence not often seen used, that does these kinds of things. This is a bit similar answer to @K3N has to offer. This filer is found is Filter → Render → Lightning Effects.... It achieves the same thing as rendering in a 3d application. Then just put tt on top with a slightly offset ...


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I would look at this as either A spotlight with a hot center, and with a falloff at the edge of the spot light Partly lens vignetting A combination The latter often give a more realistic and natural look than just one of the top options. It's easy to do this with 3D software for the light and then add vignetting in Photoshop or After Effects. But you ...


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If you open up the palettes tab Windows->Dockable Dialogs->Palettes , you will note that the colormap for any opened indexed image is ready to be used as a palette (if you want such a palette to become a permanent asset, just use the duplicate button on it, available at the bottom of the dialog). To use those colors on another image, there are two ...


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The easiest way to do this may be to apply multiple Gradient Overlay layer styles to your polygon, each set to Multiply with a different angle. It'll just be a matter of calculating the angles required. Here's a triangle with this three-gradient thing applied (very loosely, the angles are very rough). It's by no means perfect, but it might be as close as ...


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The way you can achieve the soft shading similar to the examples you've showed is to create a new shape that has a gradient fade from black to black with 0% transparency on one end. Create a duplicate of the shape you want to add the shadow to, and use it as a clipping mask for your "shadow"(cmd/ctrl+7). Then drag that over the main shape (or you could ...


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There is not a possibility to change the layer of multiple layers at once. There are, however, two possible workarounds: Place the layers you want to affect into a folder, and change the folder's Layer Style. Change the Layer Style of one layer the way you want it, then Alt+click and drag the 'fx' icon from one layer entry in the Layers pallette to every ...



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