Tutorial: Stretching your Digi-Stash using Layer Masks

February 15, 2015

Last week we defined and demonstrated how to create and use a Photoshop Layer Mask. (Using Layer Masks in Photoshop).  Today let’s look at one way in which we can use layer masks to stretch our digi-stash.

As a reminder from last week’s tutorial:

When would you use a mask? You would use a mask on a layer when you want to hide portions of that layer and to reveal the layer below.

With this in mind and our  masking skills at hand, stretching our digi-stash becomes an exercise in creative thinking and experimentation.

Read the rest of today’s tutorial HERE.

Download a PDF of the tutorial HERE.

Watch the You Tube version HERE.

Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the tutorial (link above) to pick up this Freebie Overlay!

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  1. Stacey

    thanks for another beautiful freebie and awesome tutorial!

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