You like those Raw masks now so much that you wish you could port them over to Photoshop, don’t you?
Well, you can’t, but more importantly, why would you want to?
Don’t get me wrong, having masking at the RAW level now is incredible and game-changing for your RAW workflow. However, Photoshop’s Mask capabilities are far superior and give much better results.
In today’s video, I am going to show you how to make every RAW mask in Photoshop and show you why some of them are better made in Photoshop than in ACR.
As usual: a super clear video with awesome explanations!!!!!!!!
Awesome and very convincing!!! Thank you so much!!!
BTW, Enjoy your retirement celebrations this weekend and have fun…
You’ve done us all. a great service Blake. Thanks
What a great review and reference for each of the ways to create masks in both PS & ACR. I need to book mark it!
Enjoy retirement. If you are like me, you will wonder when you ever had time to work. Stay well.
Thanks Blake !!!
Blake, fantastic tutorial as usual. It definitely helps demarcate where to find the best masks.
BTW: I’m sure you will really enjoy the extra time in retirement for your family and work passion.
Also thanks for your many years of service. This country has benefited greatly from this service.
Blake – thank you for taking the time to put this together – it answered questions that I have thought of but not yet taken the time to go through and figure out. Great video!
Blake, thanks again for another great tutorial and welcome to the military retiree world!!
Blake, I’m using Photoshop 2022 and when I perform Select>Sky I do not get the option “select and mask” option. I see fit to screen button and another option but no button for “select and mask. Any suggestions? thanks in advance
Once again you have created a most thorough explanation and answer to all the things that have been thrown up by the new Photoshop incarnations.
Its been immensely helpful. You really are on top of the game. Thanks for everything.
Excellent explanation of the differences, thank you!