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Smooth gradient

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Viridana
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Message posted at 05/17/2012, 06:44:36 AM by Viridana
To create smooth gradient background without noise I have tried to do this.

- Create the background in photoshop.

- Move it back to camera raw or lightroom and use the noise reduction tools.

- Move the file back to photoshop and then go on with the work.

But this is the babystep and my "testing everything I can figure out".

Some more professional tip for me?
Or comments?
I would be very grateful.


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Ajv123ajv
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Message posted at 05/17/2012, 14:58:40 PM by Ajv123ajv
Put a solid color on the board and then try clicking on that layer and choosing grad from the menu and do your grad via the menu options.


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Parkinsonsniper
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Message posted at 05/18/2012, 04:34:31 AM by Parkinsonsniper
Keep this in mind...

If you put a perfectly noiseless background behind a photograph, it will look un-natural. So always add some noise to your post-created backgrounds. Another advantage of this noise is; when you save your file as .jpeg, color depth will be decreased to 8 bit, which can create banding on gradient areas. Adding artificial noise will remove the gradient too ;)
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Parkinsonsniper
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Message posted at 09/05/2012, 05:24:03 AM by Parkinsonsniper
"Adding artificial noise will remove the gradient too ;)"

This was wrong...Adding artificial noise will remove the BANDING, not the gradient :) I needed to correct myself...
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