Creating a High Pass mask


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Creating a High Pass mask

So we have seen several ways to mask a complicated foreground image set against the busy background. We have seen how to use a Pen tool, of course, along with the Free Form and Magnetic Pen tool variations. We have seen Arbitrary Maps, that you apply using the Pencil tool inside of the Curves dialog box. We have also seen how you can use History to blend between different Arbitrary Map variations. In the next few exercises I am going to show you worst case scenario masking. This is like when you can't get anything else to work, you bring out the High Pass Filter and the thing about the High Pass Filter is it is brain dead. It's very easy to apply, it's very easy to get a sense of how it works, but it also is the most laborious technique of them all.

It requires you to basically convert the image into this widely complicated coloring book and then you are in charge of deciding which lines are important and which lines are not important in coloring white inside the parrot or I ...

Creating a High Pass mask
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Creating a High Pass mask 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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