JD Wuthering Heights Textures

(3 customer reviews)


Inspired by the photography and paintings in England, circa 1845, when Wuthering Heights was written by Emily Brontë, these textures will add a timeless touch to your fine art edits. The textures were inspired by daguerreotype prints and painterly brush strokes to add drama, mystery, and a timelessly gothic feel to your fine art images. Bonus video tutorial and integration actions are included to help you learn how to master the art of adding textures to your photos.

20 High-Resolution, Fine Art Textures designed to easily add beauty, depth, and artistry to your images!

• Over Twenty Bonus Photoshop Actions help you enhance, integrate and customize your fine art textures with your images quickly and easily

• Free Video Tutorial demonstration of how to add textures to your images

• Free PDF Texture-Integration Tutorial included

Video Tutorial

Texture files are jpeg files. They work with all versions of Adobe Creative Cloud, Elements, Photoshop, and GIMP. The textures will also work in any editing program where you are allowed to add a jpeg file as a layer and change it’s blending mode.

This product is NOT compatible with Lightroom.

The FREE Bonus Integration Actions will ONLY work for CS 2-6, for Adobe Creative Cloud and for PSE 11+

Please make sure you’ve chosen your products carefully, read tech specifications and double checked items in your cart. Due to the digital nature of this product, I cannot offer refunds.

3 reviews for JD Wuthering Heights Textures

  1. [email protected]

    I cannot say enough good about this texture set. I adore them. They give a perfect painted feel. They soften and blend tones. They add drama. So good. You should own it!

    • Jessica Drossin

      Really wonderful to hear. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts on this set!

  2. Anne Helene Gjelstad

    Amazing textures made by an amazing artist!

    • Jessica Drossin

      Thank you so much for the wonderful review Anne Helene!

  3. Kristy Rosenfeld

    Wuthering Heughts is a pretty essential piece to any photography editing kit. I ordered them years ago and still continue to use them constantly. Well worth the buy.

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