Merging clock face and cardinal


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Merging clock face and cardinal

Now let's go ahead and merge the clock face along with the cardinal portrait and this has nothing whatsoever to do with transformations or warping or liquifying. This has everything to do with the Blend modes that we looked at in the previous chapter so I will make it pretty short. But I want you to make sure that the face layer is active here inside of the cardinaletondo image if you have been working along with me of course. Then I want you to press Ctrl left bracket twice in a row that would be Command left bracket twice in a row on the Mac in order to move the face layer below the portrait layer.

You can also just drag it down the stack if you want to here inside the Layers palette. Then click on the Portrait Layer and switch it to the Linear Burn mode and I am going to do that from the keyboard by pressing Shift Alt A or Shift Option A at the Mac that switches you to the Linear Burn mode right here. You can also choose the option manually from the Blend mode list if you prefer. Then fina...

Merging clock face and cardinal
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Merging clock face and cardinal provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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