Photoshop Tutorial: Blending Modes

Photoshop Tutorial: Blending Modes

A look at how to incorporate blending modes into your Photoshop routine. www.lourceyphoto.com
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13 responses to “Photoshop Tutorial: Blending Modes”

  1. Val Mirov says:

    Thanks for posting and hope to see more from you!

  2. Moment Matters says:

    Thanks a bunch too! Finally, I’m not scared with blending modes haha

  3. tarby777 says:

    Really enjoyed that, thanks for posting.

  4. Larry Lourcey says:

    Pretty cool, huh? Just gotta broaden your mind a bit! 🙂

  5. pinkiebella says:

    you make every video look so easy 🙂 thank you
    

  6. Umer Ronaldo says:

    Or Use the keyboard shortcut ( Shift ) + ( + ) or ( Shift ) + (-) to cycle through blend modes

  7. DHammerr says:

    Can freakiness be of a favorable character ? Nay.. The said picture is failing to reach an acceptable standard, it is offensive to the sight, unpleasant to any sense, and morally offensive. It is also likely to cause inconvenience or discomfort to other individuals. Have the kindness to not post such a picture ever again.

  8. Larry Lourcey says:

    Thanks…. I guess. Hopefully that is the “good” freaky.  Its Cubism…

  9. DHammerr says:

    4:55 what the FONK is THAT ? it looks FREAKY AS HELL

  10. Larry Lourcey says:

    Thanks Ace!
    

  11. amberidge says:

    Thanks, well thought out and clearly explained. Will watch more of your vids. Tip: In Layers Palette, double click on Normal Blending mode so that it is blue highlighted. Now you can use your up/down arrow keys to flip through the different blends and save yourself a lot of time. Hope that helps. Regards, Ace

  12. amberidge says:

    Thanks, well thought out and clearly explained. Will watch more of your vids. Tip: In Layers Palette, double click on Normal Blending mode so that it is blue highlighted. Now you can use your up/down arrow keys to flip through the different blends and save yourself a lot of time. Hope that helps. Regards, Ace

  13. kryptonnms says:

    I’ve found that out!  Thanks! Maybe I can find some external textures from somewhere.

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