Texture Blending Basics in ON1 Layers

Scott Davenport’s techniques for texture blending in ON1 Layers are great skills to learn for enhancing your landscape photos. In this free bonus video, Scott goes through the basics of blending in ON1 Layers. He also covers everything from installing and choosing textures, to blending mode tips and tricks, and adding textures to landscape photos for a finishing touch.

Download the video and a practice image below!

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Last week- Scott delivered a FREE Sample Pack from his upcoming ON1 Photo Kit: Pro Landscapes. You can still download the free sample pack below and check out the first Sneak Peek here.

Scott’s recent course, Texture Blending in ON1 Layers, includes eight chapters covering each step of his texture blending workflow. As a special bonus, the Blending Basics video chapter is free and is a great way to get started with texture blending. The full course covers blending basics, masking, advanced masking, and advanced texture blending techniques. It also includes follow along practice images and a quick reference guide. This video course is a part of a new ON1 Photo Kit: Pro Landscapes – Now Available! 

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FREE Sample Downloads: Blending Basics Video + ON1 Photo Kit: Pro Landscapes Sample Pack

Blending Basics – Texture Blending in ON1 Layers

  • 10 minutes
  • 107.7MB

Download the ON1 Photo Kit: Pro Landscapes Sample Pack

Sample Pack Items:

  • 2 presets from Scott Davenport Clean and Simple ON1 Presets.
  • 2 presets from Scott Davenport Wanders and Walkabouts ON1 Presets.
    • (compatible with ON1 Effects in ON1 Photo 10 and ON1 Photo RAW)
  • 2 Textures from the Scott Davenport Cloud Textures pack.
    • (compatible with the ON1 Layers and ON1 Effects in ON1 Photo 10 and ON1 Photo RAW)

See the first Sneak Peek – Making the Shot: Marin Headlands from the ON1 Photo Kit: Pro Landscapes.

 

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12 comments on “Texture Blending Basics in ON1 Layers”

  1. On October 14, 2016 at 2:52 pm Kathy wrote:

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you, Scott! I think I finally understand how to use the Textures properly! And so much easier than what I was trying to do! Opacity & Blending – who knew?!

    1. On October 14, 2016 at 6:37 pm Scott Davenport replied:

      You’re very welcome, Kathy. Glad I could demystify textures for you. I hope you’ll take advantage of the deal on the Pro Landscapes kit when it arrives. There’s some other juicy tips in the rest of the textures course, too. (Of course, I might be just a *little* biased. :-)

  2. On October 14, 2016 at 5:01 pm Malek Hanafiah wrote:

    Thank you so much Scott, your tutorial really open up my understanding on using textures effects. I think the steps are very clear for me. Now I’ll apply the technique on some of my photos. Great tutorials.

  3. On October 14, 2016 at 7:00 pm Martin Turner wrote:

    Your timing was most excellent; I need to use some textures on some of my — let’s say — less exciting flower shots. I am in hopes a background texture might make then at least a “little” more interesting!

  4. On October 14, 2016 at 7:51 pm Kevin Livesey wrote:

    I was wrong the background music was from an app that was suppose to be closed. I replayed the video and could now hear everything fine. Scott, please accept my apology for assuming that you had background music, you didn’t.

  5. On October 16, 2016 at 11:50 am Mary Hulett wrote:

    You are the best, Scott! You have such a great way of presenting information in an easy and understandable manner. Thank you for the presets and the video. I always get your kits when they come out so I am looking forward to this one as well. Keep up the good work.

  6. On October 16, 2016 at 7:33 pm john mckenna wrote:

    very good information thank you for the very useful tips I will give it a try

    john mckenna

  7. On October 17, 2016 at 6:20 am Gregory Kelly wrote:

    I have asked before somewhere and made a suggestion about being able to erase the effect but leave the color as changed by the texture.

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