In this article we will understand the gloss options in the Photoshop layer style, although the Gloss (satin) option is not much, but it is difficult to grasp the precise, small setting difference will lead to a very different effect, the tutorial explains the gloss of the settings and effects of the various options, It is helpful for PS beginners to understand the PS layer style.
Gloss (Satin) is sometimes translated as "satin" to add a wavy (or satin) effect to the top of the layer. Although its options are not many, but it is difficult to accurately grasp, and sometimes set the value of small differences will make a great difference in the effect. We can interpret the gloss effect as the result of a wavy surface (such as a water surface) with a high reverse luminosity in the light rays.
Gloss effect is easy to figure out, mainly the effect will be directly related to the content of the layer, that is, the contours of the layer is different, add luster style after the effect is completely different (even if the parameters are set exactly the same). If the content in the layer is a circle, this might be the effect of adding a gloss style:
When you assign the same style to a layer with a rectangular content, the effect is this:
The effect is even more special if you assign a layer with irregular shapes:
By constantly adjusting the setting values of these kinds of graphics, we can gradually find the display pattern of the gloss pattern: two sets of contour and layer of the same multilayer halo overlapping each other to form a gloss effect. The following setting values adjust the number of layers of the rings themselves and how they overlap each other. To illustrate this, we illustrate the main options with the gloss effect of a rectangular layer.
* Blending mode (Blend mode)
* Opacity (Opacity)
* Angle (Angle)
* Contour (Contour)
Blending mode (Blend mode)
The default setting value is "multiply" (Multiply).
The larger the set value, the more obvious the gloss, whereas the brighter the gloss.
Modify the luster of the color, because the default blending mode is "multiply", the effect of modifying color is generally not very obvious. However, if we change the blending mode to "normal", the color effect is obvious.
Sets the direction of light to illuminate a wavy surface. Category: