Merging the best of two Levels iterations


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Merging the best of two Levels iterations

If you were with me in the previous exercise, then you will have drawn a boundary around the good area of the final Levels iteration, so that we can combine it with the previous, the first Levels iteration, and we drew that boundary using the Lasso tool and then we feathered it with a radius of 6 pixels. So that's what I am looking at right here. I am working inside incidentally, that same image I opened in the previous exercise, the one that's called Levels iterations.tif. Now, that I have drawn the selection, I am going to go ahead and save it out as an Alpha channel and I am going to do that, first of all, I am going to collapse my Color palette here, so I have a little more room to work. Then I am going to click on this Mask icon down here that allows me to save the selection as a channel.

I am going to go ahead and call this one Iteration Boundary because that's what it is after all. Now, I am going to leave my selection outline intact because I want to show you two di...

Merging the best of two Levels iterations
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Merging the best of two Levels iterations 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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