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Following on from previous articles we take a foray into grouped masks in Photoshop
Amateur Photographer who plays with big cameras and film when in between digital photographs.
We’ve written about using masks in Photoshop before now (see links) and we’re still of the opinion that, combined with curves and hue/saturation adjustments, masks are the key building blocks of post production. Quite often it’s difficult to make the right mask selection though and we’d like to introduce a technique that allows a more fine grained control combining different masks together; and also over the way colour, tone and saturation can be adjusted together.
First of all, a quick recap of the way masks can be used.