A kit of seven high res textures to use across imagery, type, cinemagraphs (any kind of editing really:). I have always used textures to blend edits, however have recently loved using them to experiment further with my images. It's always super fun to see a feeling evoked through editing! All of these textures I have hunted down and photographed myself. They are made for photoshop - with simple layering and blending. They come with an instruction page, just incase you would like to see how to best use them. All seven are $12 & you can get them here - Thank you for your support :D :D :D
Book - Something simple that pretty much works on every image. Book was inspired by torn out pages to give your images a tangible feel.
Oil Canvas - I am always inspired by old oil paintings, this is something that makes you see an image a little different if used well, it's more of a specific texture, but when put over a beautiful colour palate in an image it is seriously so beautiful.
Noise & Scratch - This one is a little more detailed. Kind of like the faint hair-like tangled strands you see on super old images. This gives images a really old feel & looks amazing with black and white.
Pressed - A light paper texture. This one I made initially for blending, both horizontal and vertical, in landscapes it looks amazing, as well as detail shots. The pressed texture is a little more subtle than the others. A favorite of mine :)
Fold - A paper texture. Easy to rotate and line up with an area in your image to bring more dimension. This was inspired by old notes.
Dust - Probably my most used texture. This one is super easy to drop into any image and have it look like it's from whatever time period you wish. The feel is gritty / worn. Also easy to rotate / expand or shrink depending on how many markings you want to show up.
Crinkle - A little more dimension to a flat image is always nice. This one works really nicely over flat-lays and of course images with lots of negative space.