Use Blend IF for texture

In this tutorial we will look at the application. Blend if(Impose if) to texture.

Open up any texture you like.

Use Blend IF for texture

Copy a layer of texture Ctrl +J and change the duplicate mode Overlays (Blending Mode) on Blackout base (Color Burn), reduce Opacity (Opacity) layer up 68%.

Use Blend IF for texture

Take the tool “Text” Use Blend IF for texture(Type Tool (T)) the author used the font Arial Black, White colour. Write the text you want.

Use Blend IF for texture

Click on the text layer twice to open the Layer Style window.
Or right-click on the layer with the text and in the drop-down menu select Overlay options (Blending Options).

In the window Layer style / blending options (Blending Options / Layer Styles), set the sliders to Subject layer (‘Underlying Layer), as shown in the screenshot.

Use Blend IF for texture

Now hold down the key Alt and clicking on the sliders, divide them into halves.
Arrange the halves as in the screenshot (no longer need to hold Alt).

Use Blend IF for texture

That’s what you should have in the end.

Use Blend IF for texture

I wish you good luck in doing this simple lesson.
I hope that the method given in this lesson will be useful to you in the future.

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