Combining layers into a clipping mask


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Combining layers into a clipping mask

In this exercise we are going to add a couple of layers to help make my face better match its environment here. And if you are looking very closely you might notice that my face is a tad bit pink compared with the rest of the image particularly when compared with Saint Sebastian's kind of orangish face. The good news is he is barely awake and I am very alert but I need to somehow make my face more orange and I also need to make it more painterly. Now I have already done a lot of healing work over my face in order to get rid of some details like I just about healed away my eyebrows and some of the hairs on my goatee and I sort of trimmed up my entire jawline and so on.

And I healed some texture into my face as well using the healing brush as it turns out. Now I am going to add some more stuff, some more texture starting with a little bit of background a little bit of the image background here that I jump to a new layer. So inside the Layers palette, let's scroll up a little bit. Above my f...

Combining layers into a clipping mask
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Combining layers into a clipping mask provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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