Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Using blending modes, part of Photoshop for the iPad First Look.
- [Instructor] What we're going to do here … is a fun little exercise … that will get us doing some blending … and also give us a chance to look at filters … in Photoshop on the iPad. … So to begin with, with the image I'm working with here, … I'm going to tap the ellipses … down at the bottom of the stack on the right hand side … and choose to duplicate this layer. … What I need to do next is to invert this … and that's where we come to the filters. … Now immediately above the ellipses, … you will see there's an icon with a lightning bolt on it. … If you tap that, these are the filters … that are currently supported at the moment … and of course in the absence of Smart Objects, … they will be destructive. … We're going to tap invert just there just to invert that layer … and then I'm going to blend it with the layer underneath. … Now to do that, I need to go to the layer properties. … So, top of the top stack really … on the right hand side here bottom icon, tap that one, … and I'm going to change this one out to Color Dodge, like so. …
- Opening a document
- Exploring the interface
- Making selections
- Working on masks
- Creating layers and layer groups
- Adding adjustment layers
- Retouching images
- Using blending modes
- Exporting from Photoshop for the iPad
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started
2. Making Selections and Masks
3. Working with Layers
5. Retouching and Blending
6. Composite Projects
7. Publishing and Exporting
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