32 thoughts on “Using a Quick Mask in Photoshop | Danh Sách nội dung về quick mask trong photoshop đúng chuẩn

  1. FILIKU says:

    I've been using the eraser and the brush tool rather than the more simpler white and black with the brush tool. Nice! I learned something new today before Christmas. Cool video

  2. Raymond St Paul says:

    Hello I've a question that perhaps you can help me with I'm new to Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended.  I want to make a mask in the video I want to make of having people strolling in front an behind a photo I want to insert in the video but I'm having trouble figuring out how to do it can.  Still photos are not a problem for me but making it seem to appear moving is something I've not figured out.  Can you please provide a step by step instruction for me to use?  I know you are busy but I've not had any help on the subject whenever I ask for assistance.  Please contact soonest.

  3. THEESTELOSUNGLASSES says:

    i greatly appreciate you taking time to help us out these videos are great and i use them time to time as references… can you make a video on creating a pair of sunglasses in photoshop from scratch please…. for example creating the lens ,using a picture of gold to create the frames…etc…thank you

  4. LILY DE JESUS says:

    Great tutorial in regards to the purpose of Quick Mask. I didn't learn this as much as I tried on my photoshop class. Teacher simply sucked. Thank you A.J. simple, clean and very easy. Thumbs up.

  5. A.J. Wood says:

    @devonmale69 – you're correct, Refine Edge in CS5 is a HUGE improvement over previous versions, and certainly the current goto method. However, for those that are not using CS5, and cannot take advantage of Refine Edge, Quick Mask provides some useful features. I agree you can do a number of things with smart radius, and the selection brush let's you paint in specific areas. The final settings are determined by the sliders which adjust all areas equally. Thanks for your feedback. :^)

  6. A.J. Wood says:

    @pioglfr2 – pressing "X" will toggle the foreground & background color. I press "D" to set the default colors first. You can change the brush size by using the square bracket keys [ ] on the keyboard.

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