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Freebie: 24 Ultra Faded Light Leak Photoshop Actions

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  1. JAEU1AXjQk says:

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  2. widzimrka says:

    Hello, I downloaded the Lite version for now, but cannot run it. I double-clicked on both *.zxp files but the only thing that happens is another winrar window opening with no *zxp file this time. Could you please give me a tip on how to proceed? Thanks a lot

    1. Denny Tang Denny Tang says:

      Try doubleclicking on the ATN file instead. The ZXP file is for Adobe Extension Manager.

  3. Maidul Islam says:

    Very inspiring! Keep up the great work.

  4. Maidul Islam says:

    Impressive Work…Love it.

  5. Kelsey says:

    This is probably a dumb question but I can’t seem to reposition the light leaks, and it’s driving me crazy. Help?

    1. Photoshop Tutorials Editor says:

      Hi Kelsey,

      Not a dumb question at all! There’s two ways to doing it:

      First way: Select all of the light leak layers then go to Layer > Convert to Smart Object. Now you can reposition the light leaks.
      Second way: Double-click on each of the light leak layers (starting with the bottom layers first). This will open the Gradient Editor to which you can drag anywhere on your image/canvas to reposition the gradient.

      Hope this helps!

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  7. Sara R. says:

    I don’t know why but adjusting the opacity to 90% looks about the same but with more details.

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  9. Daylon R says:

    The before picture of the couple looks better. It’s overly faded make it 50% opacity and it’ll be good. The second picture of the cityscape is a perfect example. Third picture is fakish but can be better. The last picture is precisely what KUSHANDWIZDOM does lol.

  10. Chase says:

    Not a huge fan of the light leaks but the ultra faded looks are amazing. Nice stuff!

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