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5.1 Conclusion

I hope this course has helped you conquer masking hair in Photoshop and how to remove backgrounds once and for all! Let's take a quick look through all of our layers and do a fast rundown of all that we have learned.

5.1 Conclusion

Welcome to the final stop in our hair traction journey. We have done it, we've not only covered several different hair tracking methods, but we have mastered the art of manipulating hair, bending it to our will. Having more than one tool for the same job is just essential when working with something as varied as photos. [MUSIC] And specially hair. No two images are going to process the same, even shots from the same shoot will have small little details that will differ that might affect the way you process them. Even more than that, you don't want to happen upon the perfect photo, but then pass on it due to the hair complexity. Don't compromise your vision due to some intimidating curls. Not only can one of these three methods we looked at today extract almost any hair you will ever come across, but you can always mix, match and combine them as well. For instance, you can pair channels with the refine edge tool and create a hair extracting power house. And once that hair is extracted, don't forget to refine those hair strands. No matter how good Photoshop AI gets, your eye will always be able to do it better. Put those homemade brushes to good use and perfect, perfect, perfect. Finish up with all your final little touches, intense lighting, rainbow hair, hair that defies gravity with it's shape and volume, or go more subtle. Either way, changing the shape, color, or length of hair are all options, no onset hairstylist needed. And with all that, I sincerely hope you had as much fun as I did playing with all that hair today. I'm Abbey Esparza with Envato Tuts + and this was the ultimate guide to hair in Photoshop

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