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Re: digital negative possibilities for gum



Another great source of Photoshop information is the quickly growing
podcast community (via iTunes).  I don't remember exactly which one I was
watching, but it explained each blending mode in terms that anyone could
understand.  Very well done...worth checking out, if anyone can find it...
:)

Camden Hardy

camden[at]hardyphotography[dot]net
http://www.hardyphotography.net


On Mon, October 23, 2006 6:57 am, Rodolpho Pajuaba wrote:
> Practically all of the really good authors on PS will tell what each
> blending mode does (except the ones from Dan Margulis, which is the best
> PS author for my taste but will not do it). For me the best explanations
> were from Martin Evening on "Adobe Photoshop for Photographers" and
> Katrin Eismann on "Photoshop - Masking and Compositing" . No, Im not
> related to any of them ;-) .
> Hope this helps,
> Rodolpho Pajuaba
>
> Camden Hardy escreveu:
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>>While we're listing our favorite blending modes, I'm a big fan of Darken
>>and Overlay.  :)
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>>I agree to some extent that you don't need to know exactly what each mode
>>does.  However, I'm willing to bet that having a good understanding of
>>blending modes will drastically improve your Photoshop work.  Once you
>>know what's happening under the hood, you can make adjustments to your
>>image according to your choice of blending mode, and not the other way
>>around.  This, in my experience, makes a huge difference.
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>>Camden Hardy
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