Photoshop CS3 Learining

This is with reference to 

\Learining Adobe Photoshop CS3\15.Opacity and Blend Modes\15_09_lighteningmodes

Below 8  Blending Modes Behave Differently while applying Different Fill n Different Opacity (Unlike Other those behave same as if we apply 60% Fill o 60% Opacity)

Linear Burn, Color Burn, Linear Dodge, Color Dodge, Vivid Light, Linear Light, Hard Mix, Difference, 


 

 

This is with reference to 

\Learining Adobe Photoshop CS3\15.Opacity and Blend Modes\15_10_contrastmodes

 

4th  Group of Blending Modes (Contrast Mode)

multiply shadows, screen in highlights, n drops away midtones in order to create high contrast effect

this group combining 2nd n 3rd Groups (Darkening Modes n Lightening Modes)

 

Overlay, Soft Light n Hard Light, these 3 blend modes got result by combining Multiply (2nd Group) n Screen (3rd Group) Modes

Soft Light is more reduced version of Overlay, n Hard Light is more increased or harder version of overly

 

Vivid Light blend modes got result by combining Color Burn (2nd Group) n Color Dodge (3rd Group) Modes

Linear Light  blend modes got result by combining Linear Burn (2nd Group) n Linear Dodge (3rd Group) Modes

Linear Light  blend modes got result by combining Lighter Color (Last Group) n Darker Color (Last Group) Modes

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