View a mask with or without its image Photoshop CS6


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Viewing a mask with or without its image

In this movie, we'll apply some more modifications to the selection outline in the Quick Mask mode, and along the way, I'll show you how to view the Quick Mask along with the image, as we've seen so far, as well as on its own. I have still got my selection outline intact, so I'll press the Q key to enter the Quick Mask mode, and at this point, it's a little bit hard to tell what's going on. I don't really know which areas need to be painted away, and which areas need to stay, so I am going to turn off the RGB image, and view the Quick Mask independently.

So if you're working along with me, switch over to the Channels panel, and notice that the Quick Mask is active, as well as visible, whereas the RGB image, and all of its channels are visible, but inactive. To make them invisible, just click on the eyeball in front of RGB, and that will show you your selection outline as a standard black and white mask. So everything that's masked appears bla...

Viewing a mask with or without its image
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Viewing a mask with or without its image provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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