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Masking in Adobe Camera Raw

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Masking in Adobe Camera Raw, Learn how to improve your images by improving specific portions of an image. Including automated selections.

Masking in Adobe Camera Raw, Learn how to improve your images by improving specific portions of an image. ow to use the new masking tools in Adobe Camera Raw. 온라인카지노

Including automated selections based on Adobe Sensei (Select Subject, Object, Sky, People, and Background), manual painting tools (brush, eraser, linear and radial gradients)

And Range Masking (color, luminance, and depth). She also goes through Syncing, Copy/Paste, and Using Adaptive

Presets, all of which are certain to improve the efficiency of your workflow. Also, have a look at the masking shortcuts listed below!

Tool Shortcuts for Masking and Local Adjustments

To access the mask options, press M.

Drag the grabber handle to reposition the Mask panel, or drag and drop it into the Adjustment panel to dock it.

After you’ve made an initial mask, press “N” to make another of the same type as the currently selected component.

Shift-click to add a new Brush, Linear Gradient, or Radial Gradient component, and Option (Mac) | Alt (Win) to remove one.

Shift + K, for example, adds a brush component to the current mask, whereas Option +K (Mac)

Alt +K (Win) removes a brush component from the current mask.

Toggle the Intersect button in the masks panel by holding Shift (or use the More Options icon (…) to select the “Intersect Mask With” command).

In Subtract + Invert mode, Intersect automatically creates a mask component.

Camera Raw, by default, resets the sliders for each new adjustment.

To keep the same adjustments, uncheck the “Reset Sliders Automatically” option at the bottom of the Masks Settings panel.

Command + Option + R (Mac) | Control + Alt + R (Windows) resets the tool’s adjustment slider options.

To invert a mask, press “X.” 카지노사이트

Save presets for frequently used settings, use the “Preset” drop-down menu (in the Mask Setting panel).

To decrease/increase the slider adjustments for a mask, use the Amount Slider (each slider will be adjusted relative to its setting).

Delete the selected mask component, press the Delete key.

To duplicate the adjustment, press Command + Option + drag (Mac) | Control + Alt + drag (Windows).

Access the context sensitive menu, right-click (Control-click on Mac) the selected adjustment’s pin.

The Mask overlay’s visibility is toggled by pressing Y. Shift+ Y cycles through the various mask overlays (Color, Color Overlay on B&W, Image on B&W etc.).

Hover the cursor over the adjustment tool’s pin in the picture area or over the mask thumbnail in the Masks panel to momentarily display the mask overlay.

When a mask has multiple components (for example, a brush and a graduated filter), hovering the cursor over the individual component’s mask displays the mask for that specific tool

Whereas hovering the cursor over the composite mask’s thumbnail displays the mask created by combining all of the individual components (tools) with in the mask.

The letter V changes the visibility of mask pins and tools. Option + V (Mac) | Alt + V (Win) toggles Show Unselected Mask Pins in images with multiple masks.

To quickly select another mask (without having to use the Masks panel), press the “A” key to temporarily display the unselected mask pins, and then click on the desired mask pin.

Delete all masks, click the reset icon in the Masks panel’s upper right corner.

The amount of adjustment that can be applied is limited by density (even with multiple strokes).

To change the Density amount, use the numeric keys on the keyboard. Tapping a single number determines the percentage of the hit number (1 = 10%, 2 = 20%, etc., and 0 = 100%).

Quickly tapping two numbers will give you the exact amount (5 + 4 = 54%).

Toggle between the Brush and the Eraser by holding Option (Mac) | Alt (Windows).

To keep the brush and eraser sizes the same, go to the Brush panel’s More icon (the three dots) and uncheck “Separate Eraser Size.”]

Shift-dragging restricts the Brush to a straight line. To have Camera Raw draw a line between two points, click once and then shift-click.

You can change the brush attributes between the first and second clicks, and Camera Raw will interpolate between them.

Toggle the Auto Mask option by pressing “W.” (Auto Mask detects edges based on contrast and color to help apply adjustments to a selective area).

Pressure-sensitive devices such as Wacom and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets are supported by Camera Raw.

The Flow is affected by the pressure applied to the pen. By flipping the pen over and using the “eraser” side

Brush is automatically switched to eraser mode (if your pen supports this feature). 카지노 블로그

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