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Masking

Transparency Masking

Photoshop’s transparency masking allows users to blur an image selectively. With a layer mask, you can specify which parts of a picture should be left unaltered. You may employ the Brush, Gradient, or Selection tools to make the mask. Once the mask is made, you may tweak its opacity and smoothing to get natural-looking. To …

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Alpha Channel Masking

Photoshop’s alpha channel masking allows for extremely good selections and transparent effects. A picture’s alpha channel is a grayscale band that displays the image’s clarity. It might be anywhere from 0% to 100%. Using an alpha channel as a mask requires first making a selection. The picture’s alpha channel can then conceal details or add …

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Clipping Masking

Photoshop’s clipping mask lets you selectively reveal parts of many layers. The masking layer only reveals the portion of the masked layer. It lies inside its defined form or border. Clipping masks can show photos within texts. It can even create an image of a specific size and form. They are also non-destructive. Your original …

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Masking in Photoshop

Masking in Photoshop is a process to hide or reveal parts of an image selectively. It allows you to make detailed edits without permanently changing the original image. Masking in Photoshop differs depending on the image’s appearance. By the way, Whether you’re a Pro or a new Photoshopper, you should know the different masking procedures …

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