Experiment with blending modes.
Blending modes in Photoshop give you unique ways to combine and overlap images. Specifically, blending modes control how pixels in your image are affected by a painting or editing tool. Understanding the effect of each blending mode on your base colour will help you to get just the look you want in your final image. The blend mode is set to Normal by default and if you adjust the opacity of your image, you can blend the layers. Choose other modes, like Darken, to blend the pixels differently.
Create any look you can imagine.
Get total control over your blending and overlay images with layer masks and transparency settings. Block out specific areas of your image with masks. Then it’s easy to decide what’s blended and what’s not blended. You can also use masks to conceal or hide parts of an image layer.
Texturise your photos.
Create unique photo effects by layering images and adding texture and patterns to your original photos. Play with different textures and blending options like foliage and greenery or various paper textures to capture unique and unexpected results.