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Thread: Mask + Blend added info

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    Cool Mask + Blend added info

    In the forum event last night some asked to see the original photo etc for my sample layout... so here goes...

    This is the page with the main photo before masking and blending



    The next step was to apply the mask



    And then blended on Vivid Light

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    Additionally in the event, I mentioned using masks on unexpected things like a tag. Visuals were again requested so I've put together a sample...

    Using the Basic Tags and paper from Letter Box Colors: Red

    Place a tag on your page



    Position a mask [I used the chat freebie]



    Use the mask to hide part of the tag by
    > turning off visibility on the mask layer
    > the the mask an active selection [command+click on the layer in the layer palette] [ctrl+click on PC]
    > click on the tag layer and Layer > Layer Mask > Hide selection



    And continue the artistry from there!
    Think about merging a photo and vintage frame together and applying the steps... or to a title... or journaler... just think beyond the expected and you'll expand your artistry
    Katie - owner of DesignerDigitals
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    Lenses: 16-35mm F4, 24-70mm F2.8, 70-200mm F2.8
    Software: Adobe PSE3 and CS3, Illustrator CS3
    computer platform: Mac

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    VERY COOL!!! Thank you so much for getting this in steps for us, Katie!!! You are just so creative!!! Thank you for sharing with us!
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    Just finished soaking up the chat dialogue and now will savor this....
    THank you for your beauty making in our world.
    just call me Uma

    I guess I SHOULD remove the blinkie.
    BUT I'm not gonna!




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    Awesome tips! Thanks Katie!
    Amy

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  6. Thank you so much for taking the time to make the visuals! Beautiful!
    Francine

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    You are so talented! and generous!

  8. Thank you for sharing Katie!
    Susan

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    thank you so much katie; these are wonderful tips!
    Debbie

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    Thanks so much Katie!!

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    I just saw the chat list. I am always a day late.

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    Thanks for posting the visuals Katie.
    Jane

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    thanks so much for the instructions. Dummies like me need visuals This is really fabulous. I even love the look before the blending. Wow, so many new things to try out!!!
    Anke







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    Thanks, Katie, for these step-by-step tutorials -- love the effects!
    Linda

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    I need to play more with ALL the blending modes, I tend to only use one or two. Thanks for showing us Katie.
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    Thanks for showing the before photo, really helps, love the effect!
    Chrissy x

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  17. Katie, Thank you for the demo and the supplies! Saturday is date night with my husband so I like being able to catch up by reading thru the thread. Great ideas! I am going to experiment RIGHT NOW!

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    perfect visuals!

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    Thanks ever so much for these images Katie! I've learned in digital scrapping that I'm like Anke...I learn by seeing, not reading. Now I get it...by George she's got it!! Looking forward to playing with these beauties now.

    Hope you're feeling better!
    Maureen
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  20. Thank you! It helps to see the examples. I can't wait to try these techniques.

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    Thank you Katie for taking the time to add the visuals for us, it makes it so much easier to 'see' it..

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    Thank you....love seeing these!

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    Thanks, Katie I'm one of the need visual people, too
    Jacqueline


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