3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 30, 2012 5:09 PM by David__B

    How do I make a mask in Photoshop Touch?

    Trudi2

      Is there a way to  mask out parts of images in Photoshop Touch?

        • 1. Re: Is there a way to mask in touch?
          Warunicorn Adobe Community Professional

          Depends on the purpose. If you're looking, say, to make an adjustment mask, you can't do that. However, masks are used to help make refine elements like selections. (As an example, make a selection, then tap the selection options button (fourth icon from the top left) and choose, "Refine Edge.")

           

          If you're looking to adjust settings like saturation or levels, try duplicating the layer and then use the Brush Tool's Mode set to "Effect" rather than "Paint" and choose the desired effect. (Or simply use the Adjustments or Effects icons to change the entire layer or selections made on a layer.)

          • 2. Re: Is there a way to mask in touch?
            Trudi2 Level 1

            Thanks just learning, this helps

             

             

             

             

            Sent from my Samsung Galaxy TabWarunicorn <forums@adobe.com> wrote:Re: Is there a way to mask in touch?

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            Depends on the purpose. If you're looking, say, to make an adjustment mask, you can't do that. However, masks are used to help make refine elements like selections. (As an example, make a selection, then tap the selection options button (fourth icon from the top left) and choose, "Refine Edge.")

             

             

             

            If you're looking to adjust settings like saturation or levels, try duplicating the layer and then use the Brush Tool's Mode set to "Effect" rather than "Paint" and choose the desired effect. (Or simply use the Adjustments or Effects icons to change the entire layer or selections made on a layer.)

             

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            • 3. Re: Is there a way to mask in touch?
              David__B Adobe Employee

              Hi Trudi,

               

              There are not masks in Photoshop Touch like there are in Photoshop but like Warunicorn describes, you might be able to achieve similiar results with alternate methods and the tools which are available.

               

              -Dave