Choking letters with Maximum


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Choking letters with Maximum

I've gone ahead and saved my progress so far as Motion type.psd. Notice at this point that we have these yellow layers inside of this orange Motion Blur. Now if I was to turn off the Smart Filters that are associated with the KILL, JILL layer right there, you could see that my original layers were kind of a drab orange. By virtue of the fact that we mix drab orange letters with drab orange Motion Blur, set to the Linear Dodge mode, we end up getting bright yellow letters.

But the blur still remains this drab orange, and the letters don't have all that much depth associated with them. I want this to look different. In fact, here's how I want it to look. This is my mind's eye version of the image. I'll press Ctrl+Tab or Command+Tilde to switch over to this other image I have opened, which is Movie poster madness.psd composition. First of all, I want the letters to be brighter. I want the blurs to look a lot brighter as well. Then I want these choked areas of white ...

Choking letters with Maximum
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Choking letters with Maximum 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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