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Comparing seemingly identical images

One of the great uses for the Difference mode is that it allows you to compare seemingly identical images and discover their differences. And here's how that works. We are looking at a photo from Fotolia image library, I absolutely love it because it's a great demonstration of Blend Modes, we have got this photograph in the background, then this falling type in the foreground set to the Screen mode I would imagine, in order to create this bright interaction. The name of the file is Access codes. tiff so I save the image to the tiff file format, I use LZW compression, which is entirely lossless.

So it doesn't change a single pixel inside the image. Meanwhile, next-door, it looks like the same image; we will see that it's not in a moment. It's called Heavily compressed.jpg, and what I did was, I save that same file to the JPEG format, and I applied the lowest quality setting possible, which is 0. And as a result, if you go and zoom in on this image, you can see that we ...

Comparing seemingly identical images
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Comparing seemingly identical images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Advanced Blending

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