Modifying a layer mask in 32-bit


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Modifying a layer mask in 32-bit

Here I am working inside of this merged 32-bit HDR photograph and I have managed to expose for both the land and the sky using this Levels adjustment layer right there. And I am working by the way, if you want to catch up with me; I now have a catchup document for you. It's called Exposed land & sky.psd, and notice that I have saved it in the PSD format as opposed to the radiance format, that HDR format, because my image contains layers. And by the way, I had to make sure it also contains an Alpha Channel. So I had to make sure when I was saving the image to turn on the Alpha Channels checkbox, because it wanted to turn it off and save the image as a copy. So make sure that all of your checkboxes are turned on. All the checkboxes that you can turn on, that is, are turned on if you were to save a layered HDR file.

Now, I am going to go ahead and click the Cancel button because I have already saved this image for you. You can see that we have a pretty bad mask going on here. Now ...

Modifying a layer mask in 32-bit
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Modifying a layer mask in 32-bit 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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