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  • Doug Nelson
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    Colorization with PhotoPaint's Clip Mask

    Corel PhotoPaint has had the Clip Mask tool since version 9 of the application. This tutorial will be about how I've found it to be an invaluable tool when doing colorizing for photo restoration. [details]

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  • Hunter
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    You're very welcome, TheRabbit! I'll try to do more soon

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  • therabbit
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    Hunter

    Thank you so much for that tutorial. It works great.
    Please do more Photopaint tutorials. Like you I don't use Photoshop so I'm missing a lot from the tips & hints here

    The Rabbit

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  • Hunter
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    Terry, unfortunately, I don't use Photoshop, so I'm unable to re-do the tutorial for PS.... that said, however, the only real difference I can think of in this tutorial between PP or PS is probably in terminology. What Photopaint calls a "Clip Mask", I believe is what Photoshop calls a "Layer Mask". In theory, just swap out those two terms and it should work the same. Please let me know if that works for you, OK?

    Hunter

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  • TVH
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    Colorization In PS

    Hunter,
    Is it possable for you to do a tut for the same colorization but for Photoshop?
    Regards,
    Terry

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  • Hunter
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    Thanks, Jim! I wasn't sure if I was giving enough detail and just making things confusing for folks I'm glad you enjoyed it!

    Hunter

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  • Jim Conway
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    Truly impressive - thanks!

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  • Doug Nelson
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    Last edited by Doug Nelson; 07-24-2003, 12:55 PM.
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