Selections and transparency masks


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Selections and transparency masks

I have saved my slide change as Independent iris.psd. In this exercise, we are going to apply that effect to the iris but before we do we are going to travel backward in time by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Z or Command+Option+Z on the Mac and that goes ahead and back steps to that point before we jump the iris and I want you to note that we had a selection outline but as soon as we jumped it and I'll do that step again by pressing Ctrl+Alt+J or Command+Option+J on the Mac and the reason I am pressing the Alt key is to bring up the New layer dialog box, I will call it iris, click OK and as soon as I made that modification, notice that the selection outline disappeared.

Now you also may see the iris shift a little bit on screen, that's just a function of the zoom ratio. If you actually zoom into 100% which gives you the best view of your image. Turn the layer off, turn it back on, you'll see no change take place. But we did lose the selection outline. Now that may seem fairly alarming be...

Selections and transparency masks
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Selections and transparency masks provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Fundamentals

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Design
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Photoshop
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