We ensure that we clicked the layer of the document that we want to edit.
The layer will turn blue. In this tutorial, there is the top layer, which is a photograph. There is the "Background" layer, which is white. For example, if we have a photograph on top of another photograph, then the glow effect will be more effective.
Selecting blend modes does not make much difference to the image. Depending on what we are editing, the blend mode may have quite a distinct outcome. We can experiment and refer to the preview at the right-hand side if we cannot tell the difference in the picture very well.
There is a solid color, which is the default setting; or the gradient option. This will make quite a difference depending on what we are doing. We can click the gradient option to have more information about the gradient. There is another VisiHow video on that.
We can go through and change "Opacity" and colors.
The outer glow is the opposite of inner glow. Maybe the effect will not make much difference with the previous one on top. We can see that the effect can be quite interesting. We can see that blending modes make a difference as well. There is the same information that we can edit. It is just "Outer Glow" not "Inner Glow". If we are trying to get something more realistic, then the effects are definitely something to play around with if we want something to look like an actual photograph.
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