I haven't posted anything here for like... forever, so here is something for you guys.
It's a gradient file for Adobe Photoshop, containing two (black and white) exponential gradients. This gradient's finish is not so harsh like in the linear one. I couldn't have lived without this one.
Download here: Exponential.grd
To install it, just open the file, gradients should automatically appear in your preset manager.
6 months ago
Awesome! Thanks a lot.
*Only problem is that it creates weird lines . But it should be ok if you don't use it with maximum contrast.
Sure thing guys.
@Nico Tzogalis And yeah, I noticed these lines as well, but as you said, they're not there unless you do like pure black to pure white gradient
Thanks! I think that could help http://www.iceflowstudios.com/2013/tips/smooth-gradients-in-photoshop-dithering/
@Martin Halík Dithering unfortunately works only on not transparent gradients. You can still use noise though
Thanks; never have I been able to fix this issue with linear gradients. Very helpful!
Fantastically useful, thank you! :)
about 1 month ago
Hey Adam! Thank you for this thing, just tried it out on a shadow and works great!
I'm really glad it does! :)
@Adam Bubeníček @Nico Tzogalis @Martin Halík
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