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Photoshop Masking & Montage Tutorial



Brief Description: This is in a series of Photoshop Masking tutorials . This tutorial was publish originally at photoshopsupport.com by by Mark Galer and Philip Andrews. This is great example photoshop tutorial for learning about the power of photoshop masking.

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This photoshop masking & compositing tutorial is great to learn about photoshop mask .

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