Light Painting Tips and Techniques: Transforming a Mask
Very often, I find myself using various transformations on masks. This is a faster, more accurate way to reveal certain parts of layers or groups. The almost unlimited number of things we can do to masks includes rotation, scaling, skewing, changing perspective, blurring, dodging and burning, and many more. I can create a quick gradation, for example, then scale and rotate it for the effect I want.
Take a look at this tutorial video to see how it’s done and give it a try yourself!
This is the one of a series of tutorials that I’ve created involving my light painting process, and it is just a quick look at the kind of information that my students learn (although more in depth) at my workshops.
After the video starts, please click on the “gear” icon on the lower right to increase the video resolution for better viewing quality (720 recommended)… especially if you want to watch it full screen.
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