Mastering Photoshop Channel Masking
A comprehensive guide to creating and using channel masks in Photoshop
"I am about 60% through the course and I am absolutely gobsmacked about
how you have so brilliantly put this material together. This is by far
better than anything I have found or used previously."
Mike Rooke LRPS
Photoshop is an exceptionally powerful and the tool of choice for professional photography retouching. But with this power and flexibility comes complexity. Complexity that can make it difficult to learn and use, with new tools being added regularly.
One of the most common tasks you will need to perform is selective adjustment. Perhaps you want to create a black and white photo an isolated area of colour? Maybe you want to replace a clear blue sky with fluffy white clouds? Or, do you want to combine multiple images into a single scene? And I’m certain you want the finished image to be of excellent quality.
Despite all the new tools and advances, professional image editors will repeatedly turn to the techniques outlined in this course. These allow you to create complex and detailed masks with speed and precision. In many instances, more easily and with greater accuracy than the latest tools. Like many things in life, once you learn the best techniques, achieving great results becomes easy.
This course will help you learn and master the essential skills of channel masking. All the skills you need to create and refine complex masks are explained in full. Working with the images you see in the videos you can follow each lessons step by step; all the image files are provided. The course also includes two full length examples, again with sample images for you to follow.
Watch the Promo Video now to see some of the tools in use.
Robin Whalley is a Landscape Photographer based in the UK. His photography and writing have been widely published and his books can be found on Amazon. He is an experienced trainer having delivered courses for different organisations over the past 20 years. Robin prides himself on his ability to take complex subjects and break these into understandable chunks for students.