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Noise Gradient in Photoshop

Can someone help me with noise gradients? Unlike a normal gradient, I cannot select the exact colors I want, so how can I select the exact colors that I want?

 

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Noise Gradient in Photoshop

Can someone help me with noise gradients? Unlike a normal gradient, I cannot select the exact colors I want, so how can I select the exact colors that I want?

 

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Re: Noise Gradient

Hi there,

As you're looking to create Noise Gradients in Photoshop, please have a look at this video and let us know if it helps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eik0RDzMULY

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Sahil

In this Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 Tutorial, I will demonstrate 3 creative ways to use the noise Gradients feature in the Gradient Fill Tool Menu. These include: 1. Create colorful backdrops and overlays to blend with 2. Create fun circle or square elements using transparency and style 3. Create Text

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Re: Noise Gradient

This video doesnt really tell me enough about how to specifically control the colors you want

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Re: Noise Gradient in Photoshop

Adobe Community Professional , Jan 21, 2020

I'm uncertain exactly what you are after, but maybe you could do this:

Whaen you make your Noise Gradient, for "Color Model" choose HSB, and set the saturation slider to zero, to make it Grayscale. Then, once you have your gradient drawn, add a Gradient Map layer above it, maybe with a gradien similar to this:

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You can see the results in the background behind the dialog box here.

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