There will come a time when it is necessary to get the perfect blend or transition while using an adjustment layer. As is with anything inside of Adobe Photoshop, there is more than one way to get the desired look. The question is what technique is going to be the easiest and most effective tool for the job.

In this video PhotoNERDs will show you how to make a really clean blend on an adjustment for the sky using the Quick Mask feature. It’s a little hidden if you’ve never used it but it is highly effective when blending adjustments on your layer mask. See for yourself.

Photoshop Quick Mask Blending

One of the unique services offered by PhotoNERDs is one-on-one Photoshop, Lightroom or Photoshop Elements mentoring via remote access. They have spent countless hours mentoring photographers of all levels, on ways to increase productivity, creativity and efficiency in photography.




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 Yesterday we were back at Animals of Montana for more up close photography with some awesome creatures like this Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis). Today we head back toward Yellowstone NP with tour group #2. #awesomesauce ~ Captured with the #SonyAlpha #A7Rii + #SigmaLens #85mmART f/1.4 via #SigmaPhoto MC-11 adapter Shot at f/2.8
 A real life cowboy who also happens to be our tour guide and bus driver. Looking mean on the deserted streets of #Virginiacity #Montana ~6) Captured with the #SonyAlpha #A7Rii + #SigmaLens #85mmART f/1.4 via #SigmaPhoto MC-11 adapter
 A7Rii + Sigma 85mm f/1.4 via Sigma MC-11 adapter & snow //It all works beautifully!

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