Working With PSD / Photoshop Templates

After purchasing a Photoshop template, you will have immediate download access to the PSD file.


Downloaded File Has Different Fonts From Preview

Some fonts come from a third party source, and the creator of the PSD file does not have legal ownership of the font. Please adjust fonts according to your needs in photoshop.

Downloaded File Is Locked

Please check Layers (Window > Layers) and unlock them for modifications.

Smart Objects

Some layers in a PSD file might be saved as Smart Objects. Double click the small Smart Object icon and a new sub-file will open: this is usually a space for importing your own logo, pattern or custom color. Smart Objects are pre-set for you so when you close and save these sub-files, you'll see that they were automatically edited to fit into the original PSD file without you having to do any extra work!

PSD doesn't include all imagery that was in the preview

PSD designers sometimes use stock photos in their previews to show buyers how their file works and what options buyers have with it. Many artists will include a link for their image in their file description but you should also be able to find plenty of similar images in our photo and illustrations collections!

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