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Creating bleached bypass effects with a Black & White adjustment layer

Creating bleached bypass effects with a Black & White adjustment layer: Photoshop: Advanced Adjustment Layer and Blend Modes
Creating bleached bypass effects with a Black & White adjustment layer: Photoshop: Advanced Adjustment Layer and Blend Modes

If you're developing gritty type photography, you might want to consider a bleach bypass effect. What happens is a black-and-white image is composited on top of the color image. This leads to an overall reduction in luminance and in saturation. In this video, learn how to create a bleach bypass effect in Adobe Photoshop.

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