Working with found masks


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Working with found masks

All right gang, I have gone ahead and saved my progress so far as Lime is lemon.psd found inside the 23_masking folder. So called because we have magically transformed what was formally a lime into a lemon inside of this composition and we invoked that transformation by selecting the highlights inside of the original glass image using the Color Range command, bringing the highlights into the composition and setting those highlights to the Screen mode. Now you can experiment with different modes. If you want a harsher effect, you could try something like Color Dodge, ouch, not necessarily the route I would recommend or you would try let's say Linear Dodge which is going to give you less vividly saturated colors but some over the top highlights as well, but of course needless to say I think the best thing for this image is going to be Screen.

So I'm just going to press the Escape key to make that darn option inactive and then I'll press Shift+Alt+S or Shift+ Option+S on a Mac ...

Working with found masks
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Working with found masks provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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