Using Photoshop brushes as photo masks is nothing new, to some of you. But, for the rest of us, here is a little reminder of yet another way to use and apply Photoshop brushes.
So, I took the effort to prepare a small video tutorial. As always, before running it, start your Photoshop and follow along. That is the best way to learn.
OK. I’m sure this tutorial gave you a bunch of new ideas.
Don’t forget that you will need some High resolution brushes for projects like this. Especially if you plan to print these photos afterwards.
What you will need now is a good resource of High Resolution brushes with commercial license (especially if you are into scrapbooking or photography business). More than 1000 Photoshop brushes is waiting for you to create graphic miracles right here in my shop 😀
Love ya’ all,
Great tutorial – thank you – and thank you also for the free brushes 😉
thanks for the great tutorial. I have one question. How would I be able to drag the masked photo onto a layout? I tried by merging visible and dragging but it did not work.
Well, merging visible and dragging should work. Will check it out …
Jen Carter says
Great information, but could you possibly write it down? I have a difficult time following the tutorial, and trying to do the mask at the same time.
Thank you again for all of the great brushes and information that you give us!!!!