Blending in the CMYK mode


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Blending in the CMYK mode

In this exercise I'm going to demonstrate another one of the little-known, little-used Blending Options inside of Photoshop. This one allows you to turn layers on and off between channels, and also show you something of a practical application inside of a CMYK image. So I've got this file right here, it's called Knockout.psd. I'm going to make a couple of changes here. I'm going to turn off this dark stars group, so that we're seeing the wrestlers directly against the parchment background. I'm going to double-click on an empty portion of that wrestler's layer, in order to bring up the Blending Options dialog box.

If you press dekeKeys, by the way, you can also press Ctrl+Shift+O, Command+Shift+O on the Mac. Notice these Channels check boxes right there. Probably, never used them, but watch what they do. If I turn off Blue, for example, then the image seems to turn kind of bluish on me. If I by contrast go ahead and turn off Red, then that makes the image even m...

Blending in the CMYK mode
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Blending in the CMYK mode provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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