Using Levels to mask iterations


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Using Levels to mask iterations

Okay, so welcome to the second exercise in the masking a woman with blond hair who happens to be holding a match that's on the fire again. It's a red background project. In this exercise we are going to take the mask, this base alpha channel that we created in the previous exercise and I am still working on that same image Woman with flame.jpg. So you will only have this alpha channel if you created it along with me. We are going take this alpha channel and we are going to make two iterations of it using the Levels command. One of the iterations will enhance the contrast for all of the edges except this area right here. This low contrast are right there and then the second iteration will take care of this region. So here how it's going to work.

I want you to go ahead and grab this alpha channel here and make a duplicate of it. And for now we will just leave its name the way it is. We will rename and after we get down and apply the modification and we are going to change this...

Using Levels to mask iterations
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Using Levels to mask 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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