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  Working With Layers In Photoshop®
Part Five

10. You can adjust a layer's opacity by dragging the Opacity slider (below left). Alternately, you can simply enter a value for the opacity. In the example below, the shadow layer is made to appear more transparent by setting its opacity to 75% (below right).

Layer Blending Modes

Each layer has a blending mode. A blending mode is the way layer pixels blend with the layers beneath it. The default blending mode is "Normal", but there are several to choose from. Below are just a few examples of using different blending modes on the shadow layer:

11a. Normal

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