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Layer Masks: Reveal All
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Layer Masks: Reveal All
This tutorial is for how to use layer masks and why you should use them.

When making a project in Adobe Photoshop, you may delete a section of a layer, then want some of the parts you erased later on and they aren't available to go back to? The solution is to use Layer Masks!

Layer Masks are assigned to the layers you wish to add them to by selecting in the menu bar 'Layer > Layer Masks > Reveal All'.

When using Layer Masks, you can show and hide parts of the layer by selecting the parts you are choosing to hide and filling them with black (#000000) and have them be shown more by adding white (#FFFFFF).

The darker the black, the less it will be seen, the lighter the white, the more it will appear.

Note: Remember to select the Layer Mask (Displayed next to the layer in the Layers Window) before filling anything with black or white shades.

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