029 Creative Blend Mode tricks, Part 1


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029 Creative Blend Mode tricks, Part 1

With the power of blending modes at your side, you can combine objects, mixing their hue, saturation, and detail, and come up with new designs. You can apply subtle tweaks or completely recolor an image. You can also apply color where none existed, quickly creating monotone and duotone effects on grayscale images. Let's see how it's done. So here I have a document and I am going to be blending colors and since we are going to be exploring what we can do to recolor objects, it's important we talk about this concept called transparency blend space. And in my Edit menu down there at the bottom, I have this choice called Transparency Blend Space.

I can choose either Document RGB or Document CMYK. Now when InDesign blends colors from different objects, it needs a common color space to work in. So it can be either RGB or CMYK. Many of the blending modes work best when we use RGB transparency blend space. You can still output to CMYK if you need to and we will cover the full details of...

029 Creative Blend Mode tricks, Part 1
Video duration: 5m 29s 8h 7m Intermediate Updated Jul 08, 2014

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029 Creative Blend Mode tricks, Part 1 provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign FX

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