To delete a mask, target it on the Layers panel and click the Trash icon on the Masks panel. If you prefer to click the Trash icon on the Layers panel, or drag the mask thumbnail to the Trash icon at the bottom of Layers panel, adding the Option (Mac) / Alt (Win) key will bypass the option dialog box. You can also Control -click (Mac) or right mouse click on the layer mask and choose discard from the context sensitive menu to bypass the dialog.
Posts tagged "Masking"
To add a mask to a layer, click on the layer or vector mask icon in the Masks panel. If you prefer to use the Layers panel “Add Layer Mask” icon, click once to add a layer mask, click again to add a vector mask, or if you want only the vector mask, Command (Mac) / Control (Win) -click the mask icon. To add a layer mask which automatically hides the selection (as oppose to reveals it as it does by default), Option (Mac) / Alt (Win) -click the icon. Of course with Photoshop CS4, you can always invert a layer mask using the new Invert button on the Masks panel!
In this training video, (Creative Retouching Techniques and Edge Effects in Photoshop), you will discover how to to completely change the look and feel of a photograph with some simple retouching, creative adjustments, and the addition of edges and texture.
Explore several of the new tools in Photoshop CS3 in this video tutorial (The Creative Composite “Drifting”), as Julieanne Kost walks you though the creation of a digital composite she created based on a personal assignment for the concept drifting.