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How to transform a regular walk in the forest into an enchanted one! For this effect, we cover the use of the invert color command, the quick selection tool, the color and overlay
Blending mode controls how the layer interacts with other layers. For example, the blending mode "multiply" looks at the color of your layer and multiplies the base color by the blend color. The result is always a darker color. Multiplying with black results in black, multiplying with white leaves the color unchanged.