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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create a gradient.
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The first thing you do is make new canvas. I’m just going to make one. Let’s say its 5 inches by 4 inches and 72 DPI, just for a demonstration purpose. And then, what you want to do is go to your gradient map here. And as you can see, this is your gradient map up here and you can choose from several different ones. So I’m just going to choose this one here. And I’m going to choose the one with red in the middle, so I’m actually going to put a plot there, choose red, and then you click on the color here and I’m going to choose black. And that will give us basically our gradient. Then what I do is just click from one corner to the end, and there you go. Now, you can do it in different, different stuff like that and you can also do it in, you know, if it's too bright, you can drop this down a bit just like that or if you don’t want it that much, if you want just a thin strip just like that. Play around, you’ll get it done.