How to make clean selections and non-destructive masks to composite objects in Photoshop for product retouching.
Masking is a basic and important technique in photo retouching. With masks, we can make non-destructive changes to the visibility of certain areas on a Photoshop layer.
In this tutorial, Timothy Kou shows you how to create layer masks in Photoshop for compositing and background replacement.
You will learn:
How to create clean selections and paths using the pen tool
How to modify a selection to create a mask that fits in with the object’s background
How to manually modify a mask using the brush tool
Creating selections with the Pen tool
Keep selections consistent with their backgrounds
Manually modify masks with the Brush tool
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An integral part of product photography, especially small products such as jewelry, is using the right prop. The right prop not only enhances the shot but also adds that little bit of magic which brings the whole shot together. Yes, of course, the product is the focus of the image, but the props assume a place of importance too in the whole scheme of things.
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