Join Abba Shapiro for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a simple mask: The Keep, Drop, and Refine tools, part of Up and Running with Perfect Photo Suite 8.
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…Now we've learned how to do some basic masking in the Layers module.…But if you really want to take your masking…to the next level, you need to step…into the Masking module, and there's a whole lot of tools that you can work with.…Let's go ahead and work with the same image that we…did earlier, which is the Add Skies image of the U.S. capitol.…And we'll select it, and we'll choose the Mask module.…Once again, we want to make sure that we use Layers, so I'll simply say OK.…When you first switch into the Mask…module, the Mask Drop Brush is automatically selected.…
And the beauty of this is that Perfect Photo Suite assumes you want…to remove part of your image as soon as you enter this module.…You know I can make my brush bigger or…smaller again with the left and right bracket keys.…And all I'm going to do is brush out the basic area that I want to remove.…And usually this is the case where you might have similar colors.…But what you want to do is you just…want to show the areas that you want to remove.…You don't have to be really precise.…
This is an introductory course produced by RHED Pixel to help both beginner and seasoned photographers quickly realize the benefits of Perfect Photo Suite 8. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- What is Perfect Photo Suite 8?
- What's the right version for you?
- Installing the software
- Importing media into the Layers module
- Making quick fixes with the Enhance module
- Adjusting skin tone in the Portrait module
- Applying effects presets
- Creating masks
- Resizing images
- Integrating Photo Perfect Suite with Lightroom, Photoshop, and Aperture