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Blending Mode Variations



Obviously you could mix and match layers and blend modes all night long. Here's a few more examples just to get you started:


  1. Variation 1 was created by setting the Copy 3 blending mode to Color and the Opacity at 100%. The other layers and variables were unchanged.

  2. Variation 2 was created by setting the Copy 2 blending mode to Difference and 100% Opacity. Copy 1 was set to Hard Light and 100% Opacity. Copy 3 was unchanged from the previous variation.

  3. Variation 3, with its rich blues and golds, was created by setting the Copy 3 layer to Difference and 49% Opacity. Copy 2 is set at Difference and 100% Opacity. Copy 1 is set at Normal, 100% Opacity, and the background layer is hidden.

  4. Variation 4 was created by setting the Copy 3 Layer to Color Dodge and 51% Opacity. Copy 2 is set to Color Burn and 41%, while Copy 1 is set to Normal. The Background is hidden.

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Created: Dec. 27, 1998
Revised: Dec. 27, 1998
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