Drawing an iteration boundary


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Drawing an iteration boundary

In this next pair of exercises, we are going to merge our two Levels iterations that we just got through creating, and if you are not sure what I am talking about, I have this catchup document opened. It's called Levels iterations.tif. It's found inside of the 16 Tough Stuff folder. You can see that there is a trio of Alpha channels right here. We have the base alpha channel that we've created using the Calculations command and then we have two different Levels adjustments. This first Levels adjustment works for all of the edges; it counts for all of the edges outside of this marquee that I drew at the end of the previous exercise.

Then, the other adjustment works for the area inside the marquee. So basically what we need to do is we need to draw a selection outline that indicates the boundary between the good areas outside the selection and inside the selection between the two iterations. Then, in the next exercise, we will combine them together using the Mask check-box inside...

Drawing an iteration boundary
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Drawing an iteration boundary 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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