Blend mode and clipping mask


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Blend mode and clipping mask

Alright! If you look at the final version of the composition Martini Hour banner.psd, you'll see that the stars are interacting with the martini glasses behind them which really doesn't make that much sense because logically the martini glasses are sitting here floating around space in the foreground, and the stars are several zillion miles in the background. However, thanks to the power of Blend Modes inside of Photoshop. You maybe able to stack your layers in just about any order you want and still achieve the same effects. Let's switch to our image in progress. It's called Full of stars.psd found inside the 10_layers folder.

What I need to do is I need to drop away the blacks and keep the whites so that I keep the stars and the black just goes away, and reveals the darkness of the background because it is dark. So what I need to do, I'll go ahead and press F7 and bring up the Layers panel. For the moment, I am going to turn off the Noise and Starmaker layers. What I ...

Blend mode and clipping mask
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Blend mode and clipping mask provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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