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Lite Bite for Photoshop: Clipping Masks vs. Layer Masks

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In this "Lite Bite" tutorial Martin Ainsworth quickly shows the use of Clipping Masks VS Layer Masks within Abobe Photoshop. Masks can be creative and using the best way for the project you are doing can save valuable time.



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Re: Lite Bite for Photoshop: Clipping Masks vs. Layer Masks
by Ra-ey Saleh
Again, a very informative tutorial. Thanks.

Ra-ey


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