Luminosity, Color, Hue, and Saturation Photoshop Masking


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Luminosity, Color, Hue, and Saturation

In this exercise we'll take a look at the component modes which are HSL modes that is to say Hue, Saturation and Luminosity as well as Color. We'll start by looking at Luminosity and color, because they're the easiest to understand and their applications are the most obvious as well and then we'll take a look at Hue and Saturation. I'm working inside a file called the Assyrian and sea.psd, found inside the 08_component folder. I've got the Assyrian layers selected, notice that that's these statues that we're seeing inside the Image window.

If you turn it off for a moment you'll see the sea in the background. So let's say we want to merge these two images together we want to keep the color of the sea and we want all the details associated with the Assyrian. All you need to do in that case is switch from the very first mode Normal to the very last mode Luminosity and that's going to go ahead and merge the detail from the Assyrian layer with the co...

Luminosity, Color, Hue, and Saturation
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Luminosity, Color, Hue, and Saturation provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Advanced Blending

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