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The blend modes in Photoshop offer incredible creative options for designers and photographers wanting to enhance images. In Photoshop Blend Mode Magic, Michael Ninness shows Photoshop users how to access and apply blend modes efficiently to achieve an aesthetic vision. He explains the building blocks of layer blending and demonstrates how blend modes can be used for color correction, sharpening, blending images together, adding dramatic glow, applying custom edge treatments, and many other creative effects. Michael also introduces advanced blending options for more experienced Photoshop users. Most of all, he demystifies this essential feature in plain, easy-to-understand terms and inspires photographers to use blend modes in ways they may have never considered before. Exercise files accompany the course.
If you're a Premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library or if you are watching this tutorial on disk, you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. You can find them on your Desktop in the Exercise Files folder. If you open up that parent folder, inside there you'll see a folder for every chapter in the video training title. To follow along just open up the chapter for the group of movies you are going to be working on in that given time and you can open up the file that corresponds to the video that you are watching. In this title there is usually a beginning file and a final file as well. So if you just click on the Textures.psd as an example here, that's the opening file.
The one that has the word Final on it would be what you are going to be achieving at the end. We'll go ahead and double-click on this to give an idea. So there is the start file and then there is the end file. If you are a monthly or annual subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to the Exercise Files but you can follow along from scratch or create your own assets. Let's get started!
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