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How to Create Clipping Masks in Photoshop

In today’s tutorial, we’re looking at creating clipping masks in Photoshop. You will learn how to merge shape layers, apply a clipping mask using both a shape and text. We will look at how to create a clipping mask that affects two or more images and also create a mask (using a Group) that spans multiple elements such as a shape and text. And to end of the tutorial, we will show you how to apply a stroke effect to a completed clipping mask. Let’s begin!

Products used in this tutorial:

Montana Font Family by Vintage Voyage Design Co.
Sunshine Daisies Font Collection by My Creative Land
550+ Hand Drawn Illustrations by Zeppelin Graphics
100 Hi-Res Photos by Moonloop

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6 Lovely Comments from our Community:

  1. helenalbion says:

    I learned a lot from this tutorial. Thanks.

    • Carol Stratford says:

      Hey Helen,

      Thanks so much for commenting on this one 🙂 We love hearing that the tutorials have helped and fingers crossed any tips you have picked up will help with future projects 🙂

  2. dkailidou says:

    Great tutorial, thank you!

  3. You guys are a lifesaver, will ask my designer to watch this video.

    • Annabel Smith says:

      Thank you so much for your comment Robert- this is so great to hear and we hope that you have picked up some great new tips and tricks from this tutorial!

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