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Bubble Overlays for Photoshop

A collection of 26 bubble overlays for Photoshop. Easily add realistic bubbles to any photo with just a few clicks.

A collection of 26 bubble overlays for Photoshop. Easily add realistic bubbles to any photo with just a few clicks.

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A collection of 26 transparent bubble overlays for photoshop. Easily add realistic bubbles to any photo with just a few clicks. Great for making photos dreamy, cute and fun.

- 26 bubble photo overlays (minimum 3600x5400px – 300DPI – PNG & JPEG).
- Instant Download - no waiting around.
- Instructions included for using the overlays so you can quickly get started.
- Compatible with any software that allows you to work with layers and blending modes (Photoshop CS2+, Photoshop Elements, Paint Shop Pro, etc.)
- Works with both Mac and PC's.

How to add bubble overlay in Photoshop?

It's simple! Choose the bubbles you wish to use then drag and drop it from the folder into Photoshop. From there, resize to the size you want then select the blending mode to ”screen.” That's it. You can also add extra layers and blur them to give more depth to them.

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1. Download the file, you will get a zip file called nuugraphics-bubbles.zip” which can be found in your downloads folder or wherever your downloads are saved to. If you cannot find it, please send an email to support@nuugraphics.com and we will send it ASAP.
2. Unzip it and you will get a folder called ”[nuugraphics] bubbles” containing '26' overlays separated into a ”bubbles” folder.
3. Open Photoshop and open the file you want to edit.
4. Drag and drop any overlay from the folders into Photoshop.
5. Set the blending mode to ”screen” then change to the needed opacity and size.
6. Add a layer mask to the overlay and use the brush tool with a 1-20% flow to erase parts you don't need or want.

Tip: Add extra overlays and add a blur to those layers to create depth.

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