Assigning weighted Opacity values


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Assigning weighted Opacity values

All right gang, in this exercise we are going to merge these various bicyclist using masking and we are going to be taking advantage of the Difference blend mode here inside Photoshop. It's going to help us terrifically. Now I have gone ahead and saved my progress as Stunt cyclist layers.psd found inside the auto_align folder and we have got these various bicyclists as you may recall and I want to go ahead and keep the bicyclist so we see the motion of him jumping across this chasm right here. And I want the Background to move as little as possible.

All right, so there is not really anyway to do that with just a regular blend mode. If we had shot this guy against the white background, then we could just take one of the cyclists and multiply it into place against another, like so. However, we have got all this blue in the sky and so that's making a mess of things and we are darkening this guy incrementally and if we go and add another stunt cyclist, oh! My goodness we are reall...

Assigning weighted Opacity values
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Assigning weighted Opacity values provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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