Linear Burn = Add minus white


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Linear Burn = Add minus white

This exercise is something of a sidebar. I'm inserting it for folks who are curious about a very specific question; if you fall into that camp, great, I'm going to answer that question. If you don't fall into that camp, by all means, feel free to skip this exercise and move on to the next one in which we'll talk about the contrast modes, but here is the question I'm anticipating, some of you might have any way. If Linear Dodge is the same as Add, is Linear Burn is same as Subtract? The answer is no by the way. One of the reasons I want to answer this question is because if you Google it, you are going to find a lot of people saying yes, and it's just not true and knowing what it really is it's very helpful in anticipating how Linear Burn works.

So for those of you who are curious stay tuned otherwise move along, and by the way, I have gone ahead and saved my changes so far as this document right here, Bright gradient.psd. Now we are going to visit this command ...

Linear Burn = Add minus white
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Linear Burn = Add minus white 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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