Tricky Cut Outs made EASY and FAST: PHOTOSHOP #76

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In this video (#76) I show you how to make a potentially tricky cut out…EASY using Color Range, Layer Masks and clever use of a Blend Mode. Check out my book: The Photoshop Workbook – Professio.

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Glyn Dewis says:

Episode 76 for you…
Those of you who have been following my videos for a while will know I have
a bit of a thing about selections and cut outs; so whilst recording a new
full length video tutorial yesterday I thought I’d put this one together
for you.

The video is just around 5 minutes long and in it I show you how to make
light work of a tricky cut out…a tree, PLUS there’s a few other little
tips/tricks in there too.

Hope you ‘Like’ it :)
#sharethelove

http://bit.ly/1Od0puG

Michael Nossenko says:

Overlay blending mode to refine the mask!! I want to scream it to the world!
Thank you +Glyn Dewis for yet another mind boggling tip :)

Jonathan Holeton says:

Episode 76 for you…
Those of you who have been following my videos for a while will know I have
a bit of a thing about selections and cut outs; so whilst recording a new
full length video tutorial yesterday I thought I’d put this one together
for you.

The video is just around 5 minutes long and in it I show you how to make
light work of a tricky cut out…a tree, PLUS there’s a few other little
tips/tricks in there too.

Hope you ‘Like’ it :)
#sharethelove

http://bit.ly/1Od0puG

Martina Britt-Yelverton says:

Extremely helpful tutorial THANKS!!!

Steve Uhlman says:

Episode 76 for you…
Those of you who have been following my videos for a while will know I have
a bit of a thing about selections and cut outs; so whilst recording a new
full length video tutorial yesterday I thought I’d put this one together
for you.

The video is just around 5 minutes long and in it I show you how to make
light work of a tricky cut out…a tree, PLUS there’s a few other little
tips/tricks in there too.

Hope you ‘Like’ it :)
#sharethelove

http://bit.ly/1Od0puG

David Croft says:

I’ve seen this “overlay” idea before, but never have I seen it as well
explained the way that you did.

Ana Munoz says:

Episode 76 for you…
Those of you who have been following my videos for a while will know I have
a bit of a thing about selections and cut outs; so whilst recording a new
full length video tutorial yesterday I thought I’d put this one together
for you.

The video is just around 5 minutes long and in it I show you how to make
light work of a tricky cut out…a tree, PLUS there’s a few other little
tips/tricks in there too.

Hope you ‘Like’ it :)
#sharethelove

http://bit.ly/1Od0puG

Sam Colbear says:
David Rowlands says:

A short tutorial on how to do tricky cut outs very quickly and easily. 

Debbie Mosser says:

Episode 76 for you…
Those of you who have been following my videos for a while will know I have
a bit of a thing about selections and cut outs; so whilst recording a new
full length video tutorial yesterday I thought I’d put this one together
for you.

The video is just around 5 minutes long and in it I show you how to make
light work of a tricky cut out…a tree, PLUS there’s a few other little
tips/tricks in there too.

Hope you ‘Like’ it :)
#sharethelove

http://bit.ly/1Od0puG

Tom Windeknecht says:

Great Photoshop cut out tutorial by +Glyn Dewis. #photography #photoshop
#tutorial #video #glyndewis 

Ralph Payne says:

Thanks Glyn; simple, effective and straight to the point but covering those
easily forgotten parts of PS. A true mini-masterclass!

tenzin jinpa says:

thanks glynn, i always wanted to learn this. i watched ur previous video
but couldn’t find one. learning a lot from ur tutorial. thanks again.

Katherine Mann says:

Fabulous~!

john wheatley says:

This is such a good technique, it makes me wonder if it would superseed
other techniques. And using the select colour, is a better way of making
luminance masks ?
Anyhow – Thanks for this one :)

79 Prozent says:

Nice tutorial, thanks Glyn!

Italo Arriaza says:

amazing thanks so much!!!

Clive Haynes says:

Episode 76 for you…
Those of you who have been following my videos for a while will know I have
a bit of a thing about selections and cut outs; so whilst recording a new
full length video tutorial yesterday I thought I’d put this one together
for you.

The video is just around 5 minutes long and in it I show you how to make
light work of a tricky cut out…a tree, PLUS there’s a few other little
tips/tricks in there too.

Hope you ‘Like’ it :)
#sharethelove

http://bit.ly/1Od0puG

laratta says:

Thank you Sir.

Dave Langdon says:

Very helpful thanks Glyn I have want to do things like this for a long time
but didn’t think it was possible

Stuart Thomson says:

Thanks :)

Manu3939393 says:

Hey Glyn, what video editing software do you use? I feel like there is a
problem with interlacing which causes these small stripes when you zoom in
or basically when something is moving (for example at 3:06). In Sony Vegas,
the right method to render is Progressive Scan. I don’t know what it is
called in Premiere but it should be something like that. Hope I could help
and thanks for your great tutorials! :)

therulo69 says:

WOW… awesome, thank you ¡¡¡

Brendan Reilly says:

thanks for sharing great video

Mohammed Safa says:

A Gem of a Trick specially the overlay part ! Thanks ♥ Waiting for your
long tutorials :)

Samir Chajia says:

Perfect :D
Thank you so much

drpentecost says:

Great tutorial Glyn. Thanks for sharing.

Zee H says:

Thank you for this!

Donna van Stockum says:

Wauw! You are making everything seem so easy! Thank you!

1kRaFt says:

Very good tutorial.

David MacKay says:

Usual great tutorial, Glyn. If anyone use this technique often then the
keyboard shortcuts to switch the brush between Overlay and Normal modes are
really helpful On UK keyboards Alt-Shift-L for Overlay, Alt-Shift-N for
Normal. Alt is Opt on US keyboards. It’s even quicker if you are a (Wacom)
tablet user and program the pen or express keys accordingly!

St0RM33 says:

Great tutorial thanks!!!

Eli Corman says:

Amazing tips..

Bojadza says:

Amazing as usual. Thanks for that Glyn

jrsmoots says:

Mind is blown!

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