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Deze week heeft Adobe binnen de CC-programma’s tal van nieuwe functies ingebouwd en ook enkele nieuwe programma’s toegevoegd. Abbonnees van Adobe CC (zoals Photoshop CC en Lightroom CC) kunnen ‘gratis’ van al dat nieuws gebruik maken! Op het MAX-event kon je er kennis mee maken! Benieuwd? Ga dan snel naar https://max.adobe.com/.
Working with blend modes is almost always an experimental process. Because it’s nearly impossible to predict the results, you always seem to end up experimenting with different modes and Fill Opacities until you get the results you’re looking for.
In this article I’m going to give you a high-level view of what the various blend modes do, and then I’ll dig deeper into the nuts and bolts of the blend modes by explaining some of the math involved, and their interrelationships with each other. I’m not going to “show” you how the blend modes work—I’m going to “explain” how they work. By the time you finish reading this article, you should have a better idea of how to use blend modes and where to begin your “experimentation,” which in turn should reduce the time it takes to achieve the results you’re looking for.
- How Blend Modes Work
- Blend Mode Groups
- Keyboard Shortcuts
- Commonly Used Blend Modes
- Blend Mode Opposites
- Commuted Blend Modes
- The “Special 8” Blend Modes
- Blend Mode Math
- Blend Mode Math Examples
- Blend Mode Descriptions
- Additional Blend Mode Math Tips
- Brush Tool-Specific Keyboard Shortcuts
- Pass Through Mode
- Luminance Blending
- Luminance Blending Example
In this (short) tutorial, you’ll learn how to electrify photos with a glowing design using Adobe Photoshop CC. To create the neon effect, you can start from scratch, or download practice files (https://adobe.ly/2Mzy1Vv) for a head start.
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It’s not “just another Photoshop Panel”, it’s a workflow solution, a mindset shift!
Over the last three years, Blake has been refining his editing process using the Zone Systems. What started out as an idea evolved into an actionable sequence of layers designed to get you in and out of Photoshop with the best results in the least amount of time. While time savings was the intention, the resulting Digital Zone System created masterpieces with a fraction of the effort. It quickly became apparent that the System was a photo workflow workhorse. The only real problem was that the system was based on actions in Photoshop. While actions are powerful, they can be convoluted, confusing to beginners, and daunting to open and close everytime you want to use them. There was a need for something better, something more efficient, more accurate, and more deliberate.
Source: Blake’s 3 Favorite Features of the Zone System Express 5 – f64 Academy – Blake Rudis
Dodging and Burning with Blend Modes and Colors
If you have spent any amount of time with me you know that I am always trying to come up with new ways of using Blend Modes. I have recently started experimenting with the Color Dodge and Color Burn Blend Modes. At first I thought they were trash at best! That was before I figured out how to use them effectively.
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For some reason, Photoshop has decided to bury one of its most powerful tools in a place few photographers would ever look. Here’s how to find and use this highly useful feature to take virtually any image to the next level.
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