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Q1:How many times can a gradient change color?
A1: As many as you want, but if you make too many changes it won’t be a gradient any more. It’ll be stripes.
Q2:Can I apply a filter to a gradient?
A2: Yes. It’s easiest if the gradient is on a separate layer. Select it and do whatever you want. Sometimes your efforts can produce beautiful results, or at least an interesting background.
Q3:Once I buy a stock photo is it mine?
A3: Generally, stock photo providers are selling one-time rights. You can use the photo once, or in one project, but then you may have to pay again if you want to use it again. It’s not yours in the sense that nobody else can use it, or even that you have unlimited use. Sorry. Some stock photo providers, such as Comstock.com, have several levels of licensing. You pay once for royalty-free images and you can use them many times. The same is true of flat-rate images, but they are sold as single images only and not in collections. Rights-protected images are sold for a single, clearly defined use, and the fee is based on what you’re using the image for.


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