Photoshop Gradients to Download and Use in Your Designs
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Utilizing presets in Photoshop is a great way to speed up the design process. Of course, Photoshop comes with some default presets for things like gradients, patterns, custom shapes, and layer styles, but you can also create your own presets or install presets that you've downloaded.
Today, we're showcasing Photoshop gradients you can download and install. The default gradients that come with Photoshop are fairly limited, but you'll have endless possibilities with the help of the gradients found here.
Everything shown in this collection of gradients is available from Envato Elements. Subscribers get unlimited downloads of millions of design resources, including these gradients that will save you countless hours.
Whether creating a gradient background or applying a gradient map to an image, the resources are surely useful. Each gradient pack includes several presets with specific colors or themes.
Bold Photoshop Gradients
25 Tropical Photoshop Gradients – Volume 1
25 Tropical Photoshop Gradients – Volume 2
'80s Gradients – Volume 1
'80s Gradients – Volume 2
Happy Photoshop Gradients
Fall Photoshop Gradients
Wedding Photoshop Gradients
Nature Photoshop Gradients
Warm Photoshop Gradients
Frequently Asked Questions
Photoshop offers many different types of presets, including gradient. When you use the gradient tool, you can set your own custom colors or choose a preset. Photoshop comes with some default gradient presets, but you can also create and save your own, or download and install presets created by others.
Click on the gear icon in the gradient tool and click on “import gradients.” Now, browse your desktop to find the gradient file you want to import. You'll need to download it first if you're getting the file from a third-party. Gradient preset files will end in .grd.
Gradients can be used in many ways, including backgrounds and layer overlays. Photoshop comes with default gradient presets, but you can expand your options by downloading and installing third-party gradient packs, or you can create your own.