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Duplicate your image layer (CtrlJ) Invert the colors of the new layer (CtrlI) Apply a Gaussian Blur filter (Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur) and pick a radius that obscures all image details but isn't too high Set the opacity of the new layer to 50% (50) Flatten the image (CtrlShiftE) Open the level adjustments menu (CtrlL) Go to the Red channel (Alt3). Drag ...
There are many ways to achieve this grunge wall affect, but the easiest way to achieve this would be to create the colour layers first or backgrounds (ie: in your example, the blue brush stroke, the black brush and the gray image). Then what I would do is create a layer on top of those and use a grunge brush over them in a black shade. You may want to ...
This is an old link but in case anyone is still looking, www.episcura.com is a nice royalty free texture site that has lots of seamless images, HDRI and some stock photography as well. Worth checking out.
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