ULTIMATE GUIDE to MASKING in Photoshop CC 2019lightroom
This is the second episode of a mini series I dedicated to Masking in this Photoshop tutorial. This time I will be covering everything you need to know about masking in Photoshop CC. I will show you how to utilise Pixel and Vector Masks, use Clipping Masks in creative ways, and walk you through complex masking workflows for tricky selections. I will demonstrate the importance of tools like the Frame tool and the Pen Tool for creating professional paths and less known techniques like using the Dodge and Burn tools for refining pixel masks.
I will talk about also how to use Smart Filter and add a mask on it.
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Use the Contents below to jump to a specific feature quickly:
1:05 – Selection
2:20 – Quick Mask
4:35 – Pixel mask
16:30 – Frame Tool(Clipping Mask 1)
20:00 – Clipping mask
25:00 – Masking Adjustment Layers
27:23 – Vector mask
43:37 – Smart Filter masks
Make sure to check out the other two videos in this series if you want to learn more about masking.
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