Lighten, Screen, and the Dodge modes


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Lighten, Screen, and the Dodge modes

I have gone ahead and saved my progress so far as a document called This Statue is toast.psd. So called because I have burned the statue, get it? And we are now going to investigate the Lightening modes, it's not lightning, but Lightening, the modes that use one layer to lighten others. I'm going to go ahead and click on a Gradient layer and turn it on, so it's nice and active here. Notice by the way, that blend mode start behaving very differently when they are interacting with different layers. So now that I'm interacting with the layer of opaque white, as we are seeing here white going to black of course, because it's a gradient. This linear burned layer is looking quite different, we don't have any of those sizzling saturation values, anymore, it's pretty leaden looking by comparison, but we'll fix that.

Anyway go to Gradient and the Lightening modes, go from Lighten to Lighter Color. As I was telling you, each one of these modes in order is the co...

Lighten, Screen, and the Dodge modes
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Lighten, Screen, and the Dodge modes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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