Sky gradients are useful resources for graphic designers to create amazing backgrounds.
How to Use Sky Gradients
You can create realistic sky backgrounds. Often, it is difficult to find the right colors when drawing skies. But with the use of these realistic sky gradients you will be able to obtain amazing results.
To create a gradient background in Photoshop use the Gradient Fill adjustment layer.
How to Create Sky Gradients
Here is a tutorial for beginners on how to create a gradient in Photoshop.
To create your own Photoshop gradients you can start with a real photo and make such a preset just by using the color picker tool.
Then, you can save it to your presets list for later use. For this package I’ve used this technique, starting with photographs of beautiful skies at different times of the day.
Perfect for creating elegant backgrounds in just a few seconds. You can use them as they are, or you can adjust the colors to your liking. So, now you can create amazing sky backgrounds using our new Photoshop freebie.
The Only 7 Sky Gradients You Will Ever Need
The pack includes day time and night time sky gradient colors with some variations. They are basically all the gradients for sky you will ever need.
This free to download package contains 7 sky gradients for Photoshop:
- 2 night sky gradients
- evening sky gradient
- day time blue sky
- 2 sunset sky gradients
- morning sky gradient
gradient in photoshop
About Photoshop Gradients
If you’ve never used Photoshop gradients before and you are unsure how to use them, please take a couple of minutes and check out these great resources:
- What Are Photoshop Gradients
- How To Install Photoshop Gradients
- How To Use Photoshop Gradients
These Photoshop presets are not as popular as other presets like brushes or layer styles, but they are great tools if you know how to use them.
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