Thanks for the video! I usually just pick which ever looks right. Nice to know there is something definitive. Maybe You could make one for blend modes. I still don’t know what xor does!
To me, XOR is like an analysis tool. When you blend images together with the same pixel colours, the resulting output is black. If you use XNOR, then the matching pixel colours will result in white.
So everything that matches is black and everything else results in colours.
I believe that it is not so off from a difference blend.
Thanks Grant. I treasure trove of knowledge as always!
Hi, any examples on using XOR and XNOR in a project?