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In Photoshop CS4: Layer Masks in Depth, Jan Kabili takes an in-depth look at using layer masks to create professional-looking image composites and make targeted photo corrections. Jan examines some common situations in which layer masks are the key to creating convincing image composites. She demonstrates practical ways to enhance photos with layer masking, including masking adjustment layers and Smart Filters to affect part of a photo. She explains how to use layer masks to combine different exposures of the same scene, and teaches how to work with vector masks to achieve a clean, graphic look. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi! I'm Jan Kabili and I would like to welcome you to Photoshop CS4 Layer Masks In Depth. This course is a deep dive into the use of layer masks in Photoshop CS4. It covers everything you need to know to use layer masking to enhance your photographs and to create professional looking image composites. I will show you how to create layer masks by adding grayscale pixels to a mask to hide parts of the layer to which the mask is attached. We will explore practical applications for layer masks, like using layer masks with adjustment layers to correct your photographs.
I will walk you through making creative image composites using layer masks, and I'll show you the latest features for fine- tuning your layer masks in the new Masks panel. Layer masks are among the most powerful features in Photoshop. For those of you who already have the basics of Photoshop under your belt, understanding layer masks will help you take your photo editing and image composting skills to the next exciting level. So let's get started with this course, Photoshop CS4 Layer Masks In Depth.
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