Once you try this simple method to create a mask, you will soon be looking at all your papers in quite a different light. You will see all sorts of possibilities in the pixels. Where is the mask hiding this time? Or, maybe there’s an overlay, or a grunge brush in here somewhere…
Sometimes there will be a clipping mask in a kit which works fabulously to attain an artsy look, but not so much for a photo — there just aren’t enough pixels. So, I also use this technique if I find a mask that is not quite solid enough for the photo I’m using.
Here’s a quick overview of what we’re going for:
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