Need good tutorials for Mask Pro orother masking program tutorials.

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by +++Bobby \O\+++, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. The Mask Pro manual is not well written - so I'm looking for some good
    tutorials. Also, I'm looking for opinions on what is the best masking
    program available now: Mask Pro, Knockout 2, etc. Thanks.........
     
    +++Bobby \O\+++, Feb 14, 2005
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  2. +++Bobby \O\+++

    Carrie Guest

    This is a yahoo egroup

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/InsideGraphics/

    I'm still basically a beginner with PhotoShop. I started doing the
    tutorials (in email)in the basics, with this group, but they later got
    advanced and switched from 6 to 7. I have 6, and feel it works better with
    my older computer and Windows 98 SE (I'm on a limited budget)

    I still get the tutorials in email, and see they have been about more
    advanced subjects like masking, blending and such.

    There's also the archives and website.

    I just found this ng and have been looking down it. Most of it is way
    beyond where I am, but I'm hoping to read a lot and soak up some of it to
    learn from.

    Actually, I had been learing PhotoShop (mainly on my own, and through
    various tutorials) but got sidetracked by Desktop Publishing, and learning
    basics with msn Publisher. I think it all relates.

    One idea I had was to design and print notecards, but am finding that more
    complicated than it looks. With the sizes and settings and getting it to
    come out right, with good color (on card paper). I just got a new printer
    and I think this is the main problem. I can set it up fine in PhotoShop (or
    Publisher) but it doesn't print right.

    I like to keep learning, and maybe at some point it will all come together
    in some way. Sometimes I feel like such an old dog- learning new tricks.
    Thought I'm sure I'm not the only great-grandmother, who got into computer
    stuff later in life (LOL)

    Anyway, that egroup (and website with it) might be something to look into.
    They also have another egoup (same name, with "open") for discussions and
    questions.

    ~ Carrie
     
    Carrie, Feb 15, 2005
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  3. Thank you very much - and good luck in your pursuits.

    Bobby
     
    +++Bobby \O\+++, Feb 16, 2005
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