I have a layered file that consists of a colored background and sparkles over it. There are multiple sparkle layers of different sizes and intensities. The purpose of this file is to generate production images with various kinds of sparkles. I achieve it by tuning background color and sparkle layer opacity. Here's the simplified cropped example:
All layers are of Normal Blending mode, with the exception of the SPARKLES group, which is Color Dodge. And the resulting image is:
As you see, the sparkles have the same hue as the background. But the problem is, for some cases, I need to add a golden tone to the sparkles, so their color would look like (sparkles' form doesn't matter in this example, pay attention to color only):
And I don't know how to do it. I don't prefer duplicating sparkles in yellow, because there are too many layers to duplicate then, and I like the sparkles' appearance in Color Dodge mode - it keeps the original background hue, but just lacks a gold-tone there. Is there a way to add a golden effect in a single place? So it can be easily tuned. I tried to implement it with an adjustment layer, etc. - no success.