Combining flesh and object masks


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Combining flesh and object masks

All right gang, in this exercise, we are going to combine the pen mask along with the flesh mask and then we are going to apply it as a layer mask to the RGB composite image, so that we have masked the hand holding the pen, away from its background. So if you been following along with me, you are looking at what I am looking at on screen. If not, you can open this document called The lassoed pen.psd, that's found inside the 16 Tough Stuff folder. I want you to go ahead and click on the pen mask in order to make it active. Then I am also going to click the eyeball for the flesh mask, so that we can see the two at the same time. I am going to zoom in here and you can see that we are seeing a bluish mask for the pen against a cobalt mask for the flesh mask here because I had slightly altered the colors a little bit, so we can tell them apart from each other.

Notice that the flesh mask traces in around the palm, and the third finger right there, and then it traces outward from the thum...

Combining flesh and object masks
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Combining flesh and object masks provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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