Promising uses for the Divide mode


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Promising uses for the Divide mode

All right in this exercise we're going to take a look at some practical application, semi-practical anyway, for the new Divide Blend mode inside a Photoshop. I've opened a couple of images, first Ghostly struggle.psd which represents where we last left off with this composition. Now, I couldn't help it notice that these guys are looking pretty freaky but their light-bulb doesn't match them at all, so how might I go about achieving a matching light-bulb. Well I am going to twirl open the lightbulb layer, and see if this makes sense to you. I am going to start by selecting sharpie lines which are very bright, as you may recall, and I'm going to brighten them up even more by switching from Screen to Color Dodge because, basically we have this color dodge/divide theme running through our composition at this point.

So that does end up giving us a similar effect, albeit in the wrong colors. So I'll expand my layer effects and I'll double-click on Color Overlay and I&...

Promising uses for the Divide mode
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Promising uses for the Divide mode 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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Photoshop
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