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What's great about Photoshop is there really is no right and wrong way to use it. As users we get to play and experiment with effects until we come up with something that looks cool to us. In this tutorial, we'll take a look at using Photoshop's blending modes to apply a simple photographic effect.


我々は何をすべき(と最も明白なもの)最初はPhotoshopで私たちの画像が開いて取得することです。あなたが手元にどんなイメージを使用することができますが、テクスチャは本当によく働く。私の例では、私はティーポットto rusted金属のエフェクトを適用するつもりですので、私は両方の画像が開いていてロールバックする準備をするつもりです。





Photoshop certainly has no shortage of selection options, so use whichever method you're most comfortable with. You could use the Lasso tools, Quick Mask mode, Color Range, or my longtime favorite, the Pen tool.

To make things easier, in the Layers panel, hide the layer that contains your texture. Once you create your selection, be sure to turn the texture layer's visibility back on, and make sure that layer is selected.


今、私たちは私たちを助けるためにレイヤーマスクを使用します。あなたの選択がアクティブで、選択します。 レイヤー



Now for the fun part -- messing around with Photoshop's blending modes to get the effect we want. In the Layers panel, make sure the texture layer is still selected; then try selecting an option from the Blending Mode menu. There's no right or wrong here, so have fun trying out the different blending modes. What's more, try adjusting the texture layer's Opacity too. Blending modes and opacity tend to work together to produce different effects, so try to arrive at something that looks cool for your image.

I tend to gravitate towards my favorites: Overlay, Hard Light, Multiply, and Darken to get me started.


Geoff Blake

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Geoff Blake is a book author, video presenter, designer, and visual artist. As an in demand live-on-stage software educator since 1997, Geoff has taught desktop publishing, web design and graphics courses all over North America and is regarded as an expert in Adobe's Creative Suite applications, as well as in HTML, CSS, WordPress, and related technologies. With his humorous, non-jargonny approach, Geoff produces highly regarded articles, video training and DVDs, and regularly contributes to top industry magazines and websites.


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