Corey shows you how to use a vector mask to pull objects from their background.
Corey 🙂 Thank you for everything. Greetings from Dubai
Thank you Corey you are great. Greetings from France
Wow. I use paths all the time and this will help A LOT. Thank you.
AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!!!
awesome tutorial, I enjoy every exercise you teach, thank you again
Great Tutorial. I didn’t as well as I wanted on the Vector masks in Photoshop.Now, I have an idea of how much easier it is. Thanks!
This was a truly great batch of tutorials. I use these all the time to enhance my quality and skill. Most of what I learned (as seen on my site http://www.sterlingprm.com) is from him!
Thanks you for showing this tutorial that I’ve been waiting for so long. You are the man, Corey
Greetings from Peru
Great, exactly what I was looking for!
super cool… I’ never think to use this vector mask
This tutorial rises above every cutting tutorial i have ever read.
Thank you very much, keep on teaching ! ! !
Thanks Corey, Great Tutorial!
This site is amazing!
Thank for the tutorial, I learned a lot while I watched the tutorial. 🙂
Absolutely interesting! Thank you! =)
Thanks a lot Corey. Very educational. I always just used the pen tool to create a path and then clear the parts that I didn’t want (the background), but this looks like a much more smooth and controlled method. ~ZeroGrafics
Corey thank you so much! i barely even knew what that tool was for before this tutorial. greetings from Canada =D
You genius! I’ve cut out loads of times but never thought about doing it on a mask. Thank you so much 😀
i ve seen dozens of tutorials on vector masks
Many were well enough tho i was still a bit in the shade
Your ability to teach and speak is heads above the rest
i cant wait to see more of your videos
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge in such a nice and inteligible way!
I’ve been struggling for so long, and a last I’ve got a clever and clean way to cut objects from the background. That saves me hours of work, fantastic, thanks again!
Gonna go through all your tutorials…
Really cool Tut
Tanks from Portugal.
Really cool Tut
Greetings from Portugal
Thank you Corey I’m currently learning PS and I found this website the best classroom I could ever have. Happy New Year 2010
Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge. Great tutorial. regards from Chile
visitors to this site, you’ll be really good now always very nice videos
Everything was really useful until I tried it myself… 🙁 when I select the pen tool and start to trace over the object it fills randomly with colour! I know it’s probably some little thing I haven’t deseselected but it’s driving me crazy! Please help 🙂
thanks a bunch.
wow. that was fantastic. I’ve so far ignored vectors in my PS adventures just because I thought them too diffficult to get my head round. This will be the beginning of a beautiful freindshiip. Can’t thank you enough 🙂
its so good.
Great tutorial Corey, as usual. I have a question that no one seems to be able to answer, so I’m going to the top link in the chain. Can the points in a vector mask be individually addressed and moved after the mask is created in such a way as to move the pixels inside of the mask accordingly? Thanks in advance…if anyone knows answer, it will be you.
How to create knockout masking in photoshop?Plz tell me
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