Edit Blending Mode in Photoshop CS6
Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you where you can edit your blending options in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7.
- 6We double-click somewhere on the selected layer line except not on the title. If we click the title, Photoshop will offer us to rename the title. Double-clicking the layer line will automatically bring the "Layer Style" window. We'll be automatically in "Blending Options". We'll have some different options to edit with the preview at the right-hand side.
- 7We can select "Blend Mode". We go through blending modes briefly in other VisiHow videos. Basically, this changes the layer, and it will have quite interesting effects depending on what we are doing. For this, we need another layer or pattern underneath for interesting results. Changing "Blend Mode" will just change color in this video. If we have another layer, in a lot of cases, it will merge with the other layer. We can play around with that.
- 13Finally, we click the drop-down menu for "Blend If". The options are "Gray", "Green", "Red", or "Blue". Let's click "Green", for example. Again, the image in this tutorial is very basic; so, we cannot really see much output. We can see quite dramatic effects if we have, maybe, a photograph or something.
- 17Actually, we have not done anything that would make the image look different. However, we will see, once we play around and experiment a little, that we have quite interesting effects from the blending options.
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Video: Edit Blending Mode in Photoshop CS6
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