Auto Mask

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  • Ian Wilson
    In case you are not familiar with how this works...

    In Capture One, the auto masking works by only snapping to the edge after you make the brush stroke. Also when you use auto masking, the brush will show you three circles (unless you have hardness at 100%). You need to be sure to brush so that the edge is always between the inner circle and the middle circle. I find it easiest with a comparatively hard brush and not too small.

    But perhaps you knew all that already.

    Ian
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  • NNN636980637400917811
    Thanks Ian, I was applying the brush strokes but I will try your suggestion below regarding the middle and inner circle. Do any of the brush setting matter, i.e. other than making sure 'auto mask' is selected?
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  • Ian Wilson
    NNN636980637400917811 wrote:
    Thanks Ian, I was applying the brush strokes but I will try your suggestion below regarding the middle and inner circle. Do any of the brush setting matter, i.e. other than making sure 'auto mask' is selected?

    I would use opacity and flow at 100% for auto masking. Other than that, I think it’s a matter of practice and experimenting.

    Ian
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