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Hi! i've got a question for everybody using PS! I wanted to do a graytones artwork first and then color it using Color blending mode. But trying it, i noticed that the resulting color was oversaturated, I mean the result of the blending was a color of the right hue, right value but the saturation was higher of the one of the original color Have you ever noticed it too? I still use my old copy of CS2, i don't know if in the newer version they corrected it...

-Luca Maria Mastrantonio

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There is nothing wrong with your photoshop. You cannot just use one blending mode, you have to use at least 3. I personally like to start off with soft light for my base colors. Then I use overlay, multiply and sometimes color. You have to practice mixing the modes to get what you want.

-Mike Dumas

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You could always go into adjustments and lower the saturation of that layer. - Shane Ryan

  • David Ahmad
    Yes, but you need to also mix colors and when you figure out which mode will help do what, you will have a much easier time. - Mike
  • David Ahmad
    Different combinations of different blending modes can give some awesome results to, I've just experimenting with stacking different blending modes in different orders. -Shane
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Mike is right. I use multiply/darken, soft light/overlay, and color (depending on the color and what I am intending the color for.) And getting colors for the mode you are using is the only way to get the color accurate.

-Brannon Wyndesor

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