Combining a black-and-white halftone with color images


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Combining a black-and-white halftone with color images

Applying a Halftone Screen to all of your images is a radical way of completely changing its texture. Here we have the Halftone pattern applied to the right-hand side of the face. I could switch that if I click on the layer mask of layer 1 and press Command+I or Ctrl+I, we now have it on the left. These halftone dots reflect the original texture that's in there and it's done not using the Halftone filter that is under the Filter menu in the Sketch group, and it's not done that way because well, let's have a look.

If I go and apply that to the image and we choose Halftone Pattern, we can change the size of the dot, we can change the contrast, but all of the dots are going to be the same size. It doesn't really look like a halftone. I mean it's interesting, but it's not what we're after in this case. So instead we're going to approach it by duplicating one of our channels and then converting that channel to the Bitmap mode. At the time of converting it to a...

Combining a black-and-white halftone with color images
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Combining a black-and-white halftone with color images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Photoshop for Designers: Textures

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