Re: Retouching Detective gets Toney
Duplicated background layer, applied gaussian blur, set blending mode to Linear Light, and masked everything but the pavement
Duplicated pavement layer, set blending mode to color dodge, and masked everything but the left building
Duplicated pavement layer again, set blending mode to vivid light, and masked everything but the right building.
And, as an added bonus, I've attached my favorite version, which I thought would just be unfair to make you guess about, which added an unmasked dupe of the background layer, set to saturation blending mode.
Now it's YOUR turn to post a mystery. Just make sure you know the answer, and put "Retouching Detective" in the title.
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