Posted on July 18, 2014 by Leslie Nicole | 0 Comments
On many of my digital images from postcards and other ephemera, I will often provide a file that is a flattened image with a white background. I feel this is the best way to maintain the lovely shading and gradient colors of the background of the image. You may wonder if you need to cut out the image from the white to use it, but there is a much easier and better way.
I've created a tutorial to show you how I used these files. I simply set the blend mode of the file to Multiply and then create a layer stack to bring back the original clarity and brightness of the image.
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