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Photoshop Tutorial: Clipping Mask and Adjustment Layers
Here is a cool trick on how to use a font as a clipping mask, which I’ve used on my illustration below. Click on the link for more info.


Photoshop Tipp: Schnittmaske und Einstellungsebene
Hier ist ein einfacher Trick wie ich eine Schrift als Schnittmaske benutze. Dieselbe Methode benutzte ich unten bei meiner Illustration.


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Miriam Selmi Reed is represented by Illustration Source, New York City. Portfolio and contact: Illustration Source NYC

Illustration technique: watercolor, acrylic and pencil combined with digital mixed media using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.Copyright by Illustration Source, New York City.

Illustrations-Technik: Aquarell, Acryl mit Farbstift, gemischt mit Adobe Photoshop und Illustrator. Copyright by Illustration Source, New York City.


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Photoshop CS6: Clipping mask and adjustment layer option

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TIP OF THE WEEK: Clipping mask in Adobe Photoshop CS6


Step 1: Open your image in Photoshop CS 6 and add on “Posterize” in your adjustment layer.

Step 2: add on some bold, large Text.

Step 3: Duplicate your image, move that layer on top and select “Create Clipping Mask”.
To adjust the effect, we selected “Pin Light” from the layer blending mode.

and here is the result: