Photoshop CS6 Tutorial – Masking

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Photoshop CS6 Beginner Tutorial – Masking. In this video I go over the basics of working within the edit quick mask mode and then masking the areas selected.

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14 thoughts on “Photoshop CS6 Tutorial – Masking

  • October 20, 2020 at 19:20
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    When you go to open you can search for the folder where you have all your pictures, just select them and click on open. If you already have a picture opened you can go to file – place to get another image in the same file. It will be on a new layer. To edit it you may have to right click and rasterize the image. You can also open more than one image at a time ; select the move tool and hold down left click to drag the image and drag it on top of the other image. Hope this makes any sense.

  • October 20, 2020 at 19:20
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    Again, your speed and delivery are an excellent pace for a beginner who has never touched Photoshop. I have watched many of these videos and they all go too fast and assume that I know things that I don't. Thank you for getting down to the very basics.
    I am having trouble actually seeing my photos once I bring them into photoshop with the FILE – OPEN keys. Where are they?
    Also, I cannot figure out how to actually get my photos onto a new layer once I bring them in to the top of the page.

  • October 20, 2020 at 19:20
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    That's odd. Unless you changed the default keyboard shortcuts it should work fine. You are using CS6 right? Quick mask is not available in all versions of Photoshop.

  • October 20, 2020 at 19:20
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    The graphics are great. But the musical accompaniment is too loud and makes it impossible to follow the narrative. One cannot see the forest because of the trees. How ironic! Maybe you may want to lower the music in your next videos. GYL

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