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The Linear Light blending mode is a combination of Linear Burn and Linear Dodge - but similar to Vivid Light, the combination gives slightly different results.
Well, the answer actually depends on the value (lightness/darkness) of the red and green used, when you're dealing with Multiply Mode in Photoshop.
Here are two images that I'm going to blend together. I purposefully made them two different colors, and also made sure that the light/dark values were different as well:
Photoshop has what it calls "Blending Modes." In the Layers palette, these options show up in the drop-down that is usually set to "Normal." You can also set the blending mode (and access more options) by going to the Layer Style dialog box.
There are literally thousands of Photoshop filters that you can purchase or download for free from the Internet. The filters are designed to cover a variety of functions, ranging from filtering a file with preset settings, to adding ornamental edges, to analyzing a file scientifically.
Although the RGB color model used by computer monitors can display much of the visible spectrum, the video system sending data to a given monitor often limits how many colors can be displayed at once. By understanding how color data is measured in digital files and on-screen, you can better adjust c...
Photoshop says this about the Luminosity Mode: Creates a result color with the hue and saturation of the base color and the luminance of the blend color. This mode creates an inverse effect from that of the Color mode.
The Color Blend Mode in Photoshop takes the "grey levels" of the base color and colors them with the blend color: Color Blend Mode: Creates a result color with the luminance of the base color and the hue and saturation of the blend color. This preserves the gray levels in the image and is useful f...
We're in the home stretch of the Photoshop Blending Modes series (good heavens, that means I have to come up with more topics to write about!), and today's blog looks at the Saturation Blend Mode.
The Hue Blend mode is pretty straightforward: Hue Mode: Creates a result color with the luminance and saturation of the base color and the hue of the blend color.