In Photoshop there are several types of masks at your disposal – vector masks and pixel masks. In today's tutorial we will focus on vector masks. First, we will explain the difference between the two and then we will discuss the advantages of vector masks over pixel masks and how to use them effectively. If you would like to learn more about masks and paths, take a look at some of our previous tutorials explaining these basic tools. Let's get started!
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