How to use Texturizer filter in Photoshop tutorial

Learn how to use the texturizer filter and how to combine with displacement map PSD files as a source for the textures in CC 2018 2017 2015 2014 etc

Texturizer filter in Photoshop

How to use Texturizer filter in Photoshop tutorial
  1. Open image in Photoshop

  2. Filter menu and gallery

  3. Texturizer (filter)

  4. Set scaling and relief etc

  5. Select a PSD file to use in texturizer filter in Photoshop

  6. OK

They are all in PSD format for use in Photoshop as well as PSP and many others. The displacement maps on this site are all in grayscale images


Video tutorial about the subject by (youtube)


As with all the other tools that use displacement maps, the choice of possible textures can be unlimited (you can find many on the website as well as on a variety of sites on the web as well as ones that have been included in the application and you can quickly create your own map files in PSD format


Buy Price :$6.49 US Dollars 1000 Files to use with the effect in PS and PS Elements PSD gallery


controlsAs with any of the tools in the application, you can repeat apply the effect as well as change the settings or combine with other effects such as oil paint as well as camera raw and poster edges etc.


The TF can also be applied multiple times on different layers and the results blended using blending modes. You can use different effect settings for each layer. You can also blend them all by using masks to create a multi-complex blend of the TF


You can also apply it and fade the effect via the edit menu and then use the blending mode for the fade along with the opacity.


For example, Open image. Filter menu and gallery and select the TF and then browse for a PSD map file and set the scaling for the TF and then apply. Apply another effect such as oil paint. You can then go to the gallery again and apply the TF effect with different settings and then via the edit menu fade the result with a blend. All kinds of combinations of the depth etc can be generated. The oil paint works really well with TF to give some truly lovely paint / impasto effects in seconds.


A vast number of variations of TF effect can be achieved. You can, of course, also store the result as an action via the record feature in the actions panel.


embossedYou can use the Photoshop texturizer filter as a smart filter by converting a layer into a smart object and then adding TF effects and then adding additional layer effects and adjustments.


The beauty of the smart filter is that the effect can be quickly deleted as well as the settings changed so the relief can be altered or the scaling changed or the texture changed. For example, Select layer in layers panel. Go to the layer menu. Smart objects. Convert to smart object. Go to the filter gallery and TF and apply. Repeat the effect but with a different texture


You can then see the result of the TF as well as the entry in the layers panel. The effect can then be edited or deleted in seconds. You can also save the results to the creative cloud library and the art and effects can then be used in later projects


color channelsYou can use the filter with color channels and different displacement maps - the key thing here is to have the color channels panel available.


You can use the Photoshop texturizer filter with color channels and separate color channels. Display channels panel (window menu). Select the red channel. Apply the TF and perhaps select a different displacement map and scaling. Select the green channel. Apply the TF with different settings for the green.


And so on. This can be done with any number of combinations of the color channels.


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