Blending modes in Photoshop are a “workhorse” feature. They perform a lot of heavy lifting and make many of the other features a lot easier, with very little ceremony or attention. Yet the work they do can be nearly irreplaceable when you use them properly.
This course is divided into chapters that match the logical sets of the Blending modes, and each chapter contains instruction on what that set of modes is designed to do. The end of each chapter includes a practical project on how to use the blending modes discussed in that chapter.
As you finish this course, you will have a solid understanding of what the different modes do, and how to make the best use of them. Having a solid understanding of Photoshop’s blending modes can change the way you approach compositing and digital artwork.