Learn to Mask in 2 Minutes! – Photoshop Tutorial

Learn to Mask in 2 Minutes! – Photoshop Tutorial

Check out another of my videos: “BREAKDOWN: Select and Mask vs. Refine Edge – Photoshop CC”

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Masking is the granddaddy of skills in Photoshop. Master masking and you’re well on your way to conquering Photoshop. In graphic and web design as well as photograph retouching, masking is the fastest and easiest way to erase layers without actually erasing them. This allows you to fine tune your adjustments and graphics down to the pixel without worrying about erasing or having to undo a thousand times. Check out this “Photoshop in 90 seconds” tutorial to learn how you can start masking today.
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50 replies
  1. Greyfoxdbz18
    Greyfoxdbz18 says:

    best tutorial i’ve seen on the subject and best tutorial period. I actually learned how to mask, why it’s useful and control + i to invert in just 2 mins.

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  2. OhKittydivine xo
    OhKittydivine xo says:

    Thank you so much for this. Short, and to the point.
    I always give up on tutorials because people make them so long, it gets so boring. Don’t get me wrong, videos on in-depth subjects and tips can be useful, but when I am looking to learn ONE tool, it doesn’t need to be 30 minutes long. If I am watching a video on a photoshop tool, I don’t need you to tell me 479873 different ways to duplicate my layer because I already know. Again, thank you.

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  3. Bike Angel
    Bike Angel says:

    Ok Got it but still not sure why I wouldn’t just make a new layer and paint it green over the red car and use lay over or screen? I’m still confused as to why this feature is widely used in tutorials. I’m not being sarcastic I am just trying to learn.

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  4. Daniel Wiese Møller-Stray
    Daniel Wiese Møller-Stray says:

    Please explain to us newbies how you got the two differently coloured images in the first place. How could you make the original image green, or yellow for that matter? 🙂 Thanks! Beside that, great tutorial and on point!

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  5. MrSkyblu1
    MrSkyblu1 says:

    Nice, easy to follow video. But I’m wondering: What are the benefits to using a mask instead of selecting the area and changing the color?

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