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post #16 of 22 (permalink) Old Sep 13th, 2007, 10:36 AM
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thats an awesome idea Matty, ive never tried that

always go for the grey color



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only problem is your pulling the focus away from the subject.. the background is better off being lighter/darker/duller than the subject in order for it to stand out.

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Very true...just an example though

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All excellent. Just one extra snippet, might be useful: -
Use a layer mask to define the area. It's much easier than using 'history' to edit and correct - then just use black or white 'paint' on the mask to adjust.

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All excellent. Just one extra snippet, might be useful: -
Use a layer mask to define the area. It's much easier than using 'history' to edit and correct - then just use black or white 'paint' on the mask to adjust.

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Hi Pete,
Quite new to photoshop and haven't really got the hang of masks etc. Any chance you could talk us all through the use of a layer mask for this?
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Quite new to photoshop and haven't really got the hang of masks etc. Any chance you could talk us all through the use of a layer mask for this?
Here you go Si, this is quite a good tutorial for masks and getting used to them..


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Cheers Jon, About to have a fiddle on photoshop, so now I have a project
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