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Well the hallmark of a good mask is to take a foreground image from one background and move it into another. More of your time will probably be spent using masks in more subtle ways. For example, you might use the mask to correct the colors in one portion of an image independently of another or you might want to selectively adjust the focus of say just the edges in an image, or blur away just the background. In these chapters, we explore a whole category of masking that's designed specifically for day-to-day image adjustments. These include Luminance masks, Corrective masks, Color masks, Depth masks, Density masks and of course Edge masks, all of which I put under the heading of Specialty Masks. Whatever you call them, they are of the most part easy to create and extremely powerful when put to proper use.
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