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13 May 2009

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Gail

An easier way to do this is to photograph (or find a picture of) something distressed like a wall of peeling paint or a piece of crumpled paper. Make a new blank layer above your background, change the opacity or play with the blending modes (or do both)

You could make your own distressed layer using the tutorial on this post. Save just the distressed layer and use it again and again.

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