In today’s video we are going to be taking a look at how we can use layer masks in conjunction with adjustment layers to apply selected effects to only certain areas of your layer.
We also show you how to hide part of your layer temporarily using layer masks as opposed to permenantly using the eraser tool inside of Adobe Photoshop.
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In the next tutorial video we’ll continue to look at other blending options allowing us to create various effects.
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