Photoshop Layer Masks: Using Gradients

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Using a gradient, you can create a gradual blend between two images.  This is a useful way to create a special effect or a collage. Learn how to work with layer masks for a nondestructive way to hide pixels in a photo.

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Disclaimer: This is just one way to work with masks.


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