My latest article in the Misunderstood Photoshop series is out today.

The Photoshop clipping mask feature is a quick way to create effects such as text filled with a photograph. Helen Bradley points out more handy uses for clipping masks, such as limiting the effect of adjustment layers, or simplifying the process of editing a portion of an image. You can follow along with the accompanying video tutorial to see exactly how it’s done.

Find it here: Misunderstood Photoshop – Clipping Masks

There are more articles to come!


Helen Bradley