Film Overlays Pack

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$59.00 $29.00

🔥😱 LIMITED TIME 51% OFF ‼ This overlay bundle includes 38 professional quality Photoshop overlays that are built to drag and drop. (Regular Price: $59.00 value)

These crucial assets help tremendously in accentuating details in photos and further tell a story.

For use in Adobe Photoshop

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The Film Overlays Bundle comes with 38 professionally crafted Film Overlays for Photoshop that we use on a daily basis! See a preview below of just a few of the amazing overlays in action that are included in the bundle.

Film Overlay 1
Film Overlay 2
Film Overlay 3
Film Overlay 4
Film Overlay 5
Film Overlay 6

This bundle includes 32 MORE Film Overlays in addition to the 6 above!

  • Drag & drop assets, easy to implement!
  • Primarily png images, some are jpeg. For jpeg images, change the layer type to “screen” or “lighten.”
  • Designed in Photoshop.
  • Custom built and personally used in our images every single day!
  • Designed to add texture, depth, and to accentuate the overall story of an image.
  • Like most things, use tastefully- these overlays are best used to a sensible degree!
  • Are overlays used in Lightroom or Photoshop? Overlays are designed to be compatible for Photoshop.
  • How do I get the overlay onto my image? Simply drag & drop the asset over your photo, then place the image to the desired location. It’s possible some sensible blur, motion blur, or rotations may be needed!
  • If the sizing isn’t ideal for my photo, what can I do to improve it? Leave the size of the overlay smaller- then duplicate it out as needed: ie. 2 or 3 times would be ideal. Then just drag and drop them in a shuffled manner. Use an eraser tool with a soft rounded brush to blend them together.
  • How do I get the colors to look match my image? You can use brush tools to sample the colors in your image by holding down option. Add a new layer and tether that layer to the overlay. Then begin to paint in the color with a brush tool! Try changing the new layer to from “normal” to “overlay" or “screen” to achieve the desired look.