And here starts a new category.
With the help of Hue blend mode, it creates a result color with the brightness and saturation of the base color and the hue of the blend color. Fig. 7.11 is a perfect example of that. It took the hue of blend color i.e. red, and brightness and saturation of the base color.
Same as Hue but the difference is that it takes saturation of the blend color rather than hue.
It takes hue and saturation of the blend color, and brightness of the base color.
Creates color with luminosity of the blend color but hue and saturation of the base color.
With this we’re done with blend modes. With this done, there are two good news.
The first is the blend mode is one of the most confusing thing in Photoshop. With this done, you’re done with one of the most confusing thing in Photoshop.
The second is that you don’t need to remember all these 25 blend modes. The blend modes that you’re going to use frequently are Normal, Multiply, Screen, Overlay, Soft Light, and Color. Rest of the blend modes and used rarely.
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