Making bad blend modes good


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Making bad blend modes good

In the previous exercise we saw the effects of reducing the Opacity and Fill Opacity where the Burn and Dodge modes are concerned. We didn't actually see Color Dodge, but you can experiment with that on your own. In this exercise we're going to see the second half of the Fill Opacity Eight. Those include, these three contrast modes right there Vivid Light, Linear Light, and Hard Mix, as well as one of the inversion modes, Difference. So Exclusion is not part of the Fill Opacity Eight FYI. Anyway, I'm going to switchover to this updated sample file.

It's called Fill opacity demo.psd. It's found inside of your 28_blending folder. It's nothing really to look at here, but it's got these layer Comps ready and waiting. So I'm going to click in front of Opacity blend in order to make it active. So we have the reduced Opacity value of 50% and with the sunlight layer active, I'm going to press Shift+Alt+V or Shift+Option+V on the Mac to switch to the Vivid Ligh...

Making bad blend modes good
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Making bad blend modes good provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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