Overlay, Soft Light, and Hard Light


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Overlay, Soft Light, and Hard Light

All right, in reviewing this composition, it strikes me that the effect of the center of the light bulb, this glow here is too bright and the reason is that I went ahead and lifted a color with the eye-dropper and after Blend mode color from one of these sharpie lines and then not only apply that color to the glow layer, but then turned around and applied the Screen mode to it, so in other words I re-doubled the effect. If I want to get a color scheme that's similar to the one that I achieved using the sharpie lines, I need to work with that exact same color. So to remember what that is I'll go ahead and double-click on the Color Overlay effect, that's associated with a that sharpie lines layer, click on the color swatch and there're my values 40, 65 and a 100, fair enough.

I'll cancel out of there and then inside the color panel I'll dial in those very same HSB values, 40, 65 and a 100. I'll switch to the glow layer and I'll press Shift+Alt+Backspace or Sh...

Overlay, Soft Light, and Hard Light
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Overlay, Soft Light, and Hard Light 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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