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I'd like the gradient to have more depth like the red graphic has

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  • Inverst and apply gradient map? – joojaa Mar 28 at 11:47
  • @joojaa or just use an inverted gradient – Wolff Mar 28 at 11:54
  • @Wolff yes off course. – joojaa Mar 28 at 11:54
  • Hi eve and welcome to GDSE. It would be really helpful if you could somehow edit the title and maybe add some text describing the effect. I'm sure this question has been asked before, but probably with the same "how to make this:" title. That makes it impossible to search for and that's probably why you weren't able to find an answer. – Wolff Mar 28 at 11:56
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You can achieve this effect with a Gradient Map adjustment layer.

Start with playing with the presets and then customize the gradient stops to achieve the effect you want. Notice how the gradient can easily be inverted by clicking Reverse in the Properties panel.

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