Exposure Editing - Creative Overlays
The overlays in Exposure are a great option for creating looks with dense texture. They can beautifully enhance your images, and Exposure gives you a lot of freedom in how you apply them. This tutorial was made to demonstrate the process.
Watch the video to learn how to apply a creative mixture of borders, light effects, and textures to your images. We also demonstrate how to import your own.
Hi. I just wanted to say at I missing all the time the opportunity for Zoom in not just out of textures. I used textures during last years – I am not new beginner. I hope you can do this opportunity real in the next update?
Hi Igor, thanks for commenting. I see what you mean, and I think it’s a good idea. I’ll bring it up to the design team. You can only zoom to as large as the texture files are. So, if you also wanted to zoom out, you would need to make newer, larger texture files with more image data. You might be able to find some online and import them yourself in the meantime.
Those videos are really helpful! I know it kind of goes against the idea of retouching a single image, but is there a way to randomize noise effects? Grain seems to be random per definition, but I am looking for random texture parameters or a programmable script or something to have different degrees of opacity and texture applied to an image.
Guess that’s not possible at the moment, right?
Thanks for the comment. I think what you’re looking for can be applied on the Grain panel. Check out this video, which demonstrates using Exposure’s grain tools. – as for randomizing the grain, adjusting the Relative Size slider slightly will also change its appearance.
I’ve seen a lot of films about masks, exposures, etc. This movie is one of the best. Thanks very much!