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Tuesday, February 20 2018
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Channel Surfing - How to Use the Channels Panel for Selections and Masks

Robert Wydro opened Robert Wydro Studios about 7 years ago after retiring from a 30 year career as a scientist in the pharmaceutical industry. While starting his studio business, he worked for almost 3 years at Creative Live as an Online Community Liaison. In his home-based Studio, Bob specializes in producing Stock images and videos. To help pay the bills, however, he also does product photography, commercial and family portraits. Bob also takes yearly trips to satisfy his need for travel photography You can find more information about Bob at: Website -rwphotostudio.com/http://rwstudioproducts.com/ Facebook -www.facebook.com/rwydrohttps://www.facebook.com/robertwydrostudio/ Instagram -www.instagram.com/rwydrostudio/ Channels have been around since Photoshop 1 and are the key building blocks of just about everything in Photoshop. The Channels Panel is automatically created when you open an image in Photoshop. In this presentation, Robert will describe what the Channels Panel is, and how it can be used to make selections and masks. The selections and masks can be based on an image’s color information or it’s luminosity (brightness) information. Using Channels, you can make selections and masks of fairly complicated images. Selections and masks can then be used in adjustment layers and/or for help in compositing images. As with everything in Photoshop, there are multiple ways to accomplish the same thing, but being able to use Channels effectively will add to your arsenal of tools. As a special bonus Robert will spend the first 10 minutes of his presentation describing the new “Select Subject” feature recently added to Photoshop.


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