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Mask Image Creation using Adobe PhotoShop

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Mask Image Creation Using Adobe Photoshop

You can add a mask to a layer and use the mask to hide portions of the layer and reveal the layers below. Masking layers is a valuable compositing technique for combining multiple photos into a single image or for removing a person or object from a photo. This feature will help your customers to edit their photos and designs in a more enhanced way.

Follow the systematic guideline to create a Mask Image using Adobe Photoshop.

Step – 1 Create a New File

To start with the mask image creation, create a new file in Adobe Photoshop.

  • Set height and width of the image as required.
  • Set Color Mode as Grayscale.
  • Set Resolution as 300 DPI.
  • Click on 'OK'.


Step – 2 Design an Mask Image

  • Draw a shape in a way that it fills the entire document.
  • Fill the created shape with black colour.
  • Mask image is ready.


Save – 3 Save Mask Image

  • On the Menu bar click on ‘File’.
  • Click on 'Save As'.
  • Choose the .png format to save the image.