Dave shows you how to create a piece of “threshold art” using a photograph, a Threshold adjustment layer and a text-based graphic.
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This companion piece to Liz Ness’ “Composite Master Class,” from the May/June issue, shows Liz’s method for creating the quick extraction of a subject from a background.
Liz turned a happy accident into a new technique for creating masks inside Photoshop Elements.
Masks are one of my favorite Photoshop Elements tools because they make it easy to control and correct adjustments. Long after you’ve saved a psd file, you can go back adjust a mask and make changes.
Should you ever feel you need more detail in any of your digital stamps, try this method. It looks long and complicated, but once you follow through the steps, you should understand the concept well enough to adapt it to your own brush stamps.