Restricting blending to channels (Photoshop)

You can restrict blending effects to a specified channel when blending a layer or layer set. By default, all channels are included when blending a layer or layer set. The channel selections vary based on the type of image you are editing. For example, if you are editing a RGB image, the channel choices are R, G, and B. If you are editing a CMYK image, the channel choices are C, M, Y, and K. (See "About color channels" on page 93.) When using an RGB image, for example, you can choose to exclude the Red channel from blending; in the composite image, only information contained in the Green and Blue channels are affected.

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