Creative Team Member, Miki, shows us 3 ways to use FotoGlows: Above, Between, and Under. AnnaAspnes_aA

1. FotoGlows Above, Adding Color. Create a new 12×12 300 DPI Layout. Move an ArtsyPaper of choice onto your layout. Open an move an element onto your page. I chose the Flip Flop Charm from Artplay Palette Summery. The flip flop charm was silver and I wanted it to be gold to go with the warm summer beach page. Import a Warm FotoGlow and clip it to the object (Ctrl/Alt+G). Change the Blending Mode to either Color Burn or Color. Duplicate (Ctrl/Alt + J) the FotoGlow if you want a darker image.

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2. FotoGlows Between, Adding Light. Duplicate your image (Ctrl/Alt + J) and place a FotoGlow of choice between the two layers. Change the Blending Mode of the FotoGlow to Hard Light or a Blending Mode of your choice. Play with the opacity until you get the desired look.

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3. FotoGlows Under, Adding Warmth. Place a FotoGlow under an object, in this case, it was placed on the layer below the MultiMedia Sun. The Blending Mode was left at normal for a WarmGlow.

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Click on the below photo for additional process notes and supplies used.

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And just in case you missed it, you can watch 5 Techniques for FotoGlows by Anna Aspnes.