How to create perfect masks to change colors seamlessly

In today’s tutorial, I’ll show you how to create masks quickly so you can change colors seamlessly. First, I’ll show you how to create a mask using the Color Range tool in Photoshop and then I’ll show you how I’d use the Luminosity Panel to get a more refined mask.

Zoë Noble joins team Toolkit

Zoë is an English Fashion and Beauty Photographer based out of London and Berlin who has worked with some of the true powerhouses in the fashion industry, including L’Oréal Paris, Ogilvy, Etsy and Vogue, with the goal being, in her own words, “to showcase women as strong, authentic, and wonderfully unique.”

Training The Eye

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Simplified Toolkit

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Help Layers

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Developing A Retouching Workflow

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Beginners Guide To Start A Retouching Business

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