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I made an image in photoshop using the advanced blending

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I made an image in photoshop using the advanced blending options to create cyan and magenta channels/layers, and moving said layers so that they create different color areas where they meet when superimposed.
I want to know how can I replace or change colors (for other specific colors or pantone) in each channel/layer of this image, while preserving the transparency of each channel (resulting in different colors in areas where the channel colors meet)?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Software
Expert:  Jins M. N. replied 11 months ago.

Hello Sir/Madam. Thank you very much for giving us an opportunity to help you. I am Jins here to assist you. Please remember these things when we deal with your issue. It may take more than one step/answer to solve a problem. So If my answers don’t work or if you are not satisfied, please don’t Rate my answer as Bad or Poor Service, but please Reply back to me by clicking the “Continue Conversation” or “Reply” button and I will gladly continue to help. Remember, only Rate answer after you are 100% Satisfied. Please do not rate an answer, if you are not satisfied.

I Think following Adobe TV tutorial will help you :

http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-photoshop-cs5/creatively-mixing-layers-with-blending-modes/

Refer the following YouTube video also:

https://youtu.be/-8wG_W5PFHM

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Jins