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Textures are visual elements that can be applied to an image or background in order to add depth and dimension.
Examples of textures include wood grain, metal, fabric, stone, concrete, paper and more.
Texture can add an extra layer of detail to an image.
Texture can also give a design a unique look and feel, enhance the mood or emotion of the design, create visual interest, and help bring attention to certain elements in the design.
Adding textures in Canva is done by accessing the Image tab on the left side of the interface.
From there, you can search for textures from their library or upload your own custom texture.
Once uploaded it can be resized and manipulated to fit your desired design.
Canva also allows you to adjust the brightness and contrast settings as well as add blurs and shadows for even greater customization of your textures.
In conclusion, adding textures to your design in Canva is a great way to add depth and dimension.
Adding textures can help bring attention to certain elements of the design, create visual interest, or even enhance the mood or emotion of the image.
With access to their library of textures as well as the ability to upload custom ones and adjust settings like brightness and contrast, you have plenty of options for creating unique visuals that stand out from others.