— Lesson 01: Masking —
with Nicole S. Young
This lesson is all about masking! In the first video, I walk through the basic tools on how to mask, and then I show a few technical examples on masking skies, as well as hair. This lesson also includes a student video that shows how to correct distortion in an architecture image. Plus, the weekly Q&A, which I really enjoyed, by the way! Keep those questions coming!
Your next lesson will be available on June 14, 2019.
To download these videos with closed-captioning, please click here (.zip file, 538.5 MB).
Here are the keyboard shortcuts used in this lesson:
|Change Brush size||[ and ]||[ and ]|
|Change Brush feather||Shift + [ and Shift + ]||Shift + [ and Shift + ]|
|Perfect Brush||Cmd + R||Ctrl + R|
|Toggle Paint in and Paint out||Shift + X||Shift + X|
|Perfect Brush, remembers sampled color||Hold Cmd key while brushing||Hold Ctrl key while brushing|
|Undo||Cmd + Z||Ctrl + Z|
|Select multiple files in Browse||Shift key or Cmd key||Shift key or Ctrl key|
Throughout this course I will be demoing student files to show how to post-process certain techniques. If you would like to submit your own file(s) to be considered for being featured in this course, please use the button below.
- Please include YOUR NAME in the filename of ALL uploaded files. For example: young_nicole_1234.cr2, young_nicole_1234.doc
- To get the most out of your submission, please upload the RAW version of your image.
- If you have a specific question about your image, such as “how to colorize my black-and-white photo”, please type that in a separate text file and upload it along with your image file WITH THE SAME FILENAME as your image.
- You must be the copyright owner for all uploaded files.
By uploading your files you consent Nicolesy, Inc. to use your copyrighted images in the ON1 Discovery course. Your original image files will not be shared publicly or made available to the other enrolled students or any other party.