Using blend modes 3


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Using blend modes 3

>> Male Speaker: In this movie, we'll be working on the image sf_sign. Go ahead and open up that file. F to go to full screen view mode, spacebar to move the image to the top part of the screen. And this shot is from the Mission district of San Francisco. And I just love old signs. I just think that old sign is so interesting. What we want to do here is change the color of the cross in the middle of the sign. There are a number of different ways that we can select the cross. One way that will be pretty effective is Select > Color Range. What we do in Select > Color Range is sample a color and then with the plus icon add to that color.

Because we have a pretty solid area, I'm not too concerned about the area that I've selected outside of the cross. I'll be able to fix that later. Go ahead and click OK and then go to your Adjustment Layer icon and choose Solid Color and from here we're going to pick a color. I'm going to choose red, and click OK. So it doesn't l...

Using blend modes 3
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Using blend modes 3 provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Enhancing Digital Photography with Photoshop CS2

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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