Creating masks with intersect/subtract options
I am trying to replicate functionality found in Lightroom where one can create an initial mask and then 'intersect' or subtract via a second mask.
For example, if I have a picture with a bright sky and want to create an initial mask for the sky and then apply a gradient to the initial mask.
Is there a way to do this using the masking functionality of on1?
You would have to create the gradient first then you can paint in or out over it. All of the computer generated masking tools overwrite whatever mask may already be in place. This means Luminosity, Gradient, and the Mask AI tools each replace any existing mask when they are applied and they cannot be combined.0
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