Ok, this is probably going to sound like a 'noob' question to some people, but I'm new to Photoshop (only started using it in earnest about two days ago).
So basically what I want to do is erase with a gradient, a reflection coming off an item in the image, so that it can be placed on a webpage of any colour and the reflection still looks decent. I know this should technically be possible (as I'm saving it as a png with a 24bit alpha channel). But how?
So like, the reflection goes form opaque, and then gradually transparent, but all I have at the moment is one solid reflection. And I can't stick a single colour gradient on it because then it wouldn't look right on different backgrounds.
I hope that question makes sense
thanks in advance
(and yes, I did ask google first)
Edited by on 20-09-07 21:10
RE: Photoshop Gradient help - Gradual transparency
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Posted on 21-09-07 08:17
nvm, I worked it out...layer masks ftw!
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