Video Tutorial – Masking Images to Shapes & Type

Adobe PhotoshopVideo Tutorials

There are a number of different techniques for displaying a photograph within type or other graphics. In this quick tip, you’ll learn how to apply a clipping mask to a layer group enabling you to mask multiple layers at once while keeping the type, the graphics and the photograph re-editable.

Adobe Photoshop, Video Tutorials

Posted on 06-20-2014


  • By helen - 6:40 AM on June 20, 2014  

    this video is private?

    • By Julieanne Kost - 8:26 AM on June 20, 2014  

      Ugh, my fault, I posted my blog too early. I will repost after the social media team makes the video public.

  • By laurent sauber - 8:04 AM on June 20, 2014  

    this youtube video is private? Dear Julieann, how can I watch this public video, if it is private?



    • By Julieanne Kost - 8:29 AM on June 20, 2014  

      I posted too early, my apologies. I have to wait until they flip the switch and it goes public.

  • By monroe - 8:07 AM on June 20, 2014  

    “This Video is Private.” ?????????

  • By David Lloyd - 8:09 AM on June 20, 2014  

    this video is private and we cannot view it

  • By laurent sauber - 12:55 PM on June 20, 2014  

    wow, great tutorial, tx for sharing your skills Julieanne!



  • By Yves Crausaz - 12:40 AM on June 21, 2014  

    In PS CC2014, oil-painting is not available !!!!
    And all extensions with Flash !!
    It’s a pity
    Warmly (Google translate sorry)


  • By Agnes Joanna - 1:35 PM on June 22, 2014  

    This video has only 4 minutes but it inspired me to play with PS for the entire weekend 😉 Merci!

  • By Amy - 5:57 AM on June 24, 2014  

    I love your tutorials. It’s a shame Adobe did away with the oilpaint filter. If we want to keep it, do we not update our photoshop cc?
    Thanks for sharing your knowledge, Amy

    • By Julieanne Kost - 10:46 AM on June 25, 2014  

      Amy, You can install the 2014 release of Photoshop and when you do so, it will install the new Photoshop 2014 version. You can still run the older version when you want to use the Oil Paint filter (Photoshop CC doesn’t automatically uninstall).