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A layer mask controls the visibility of the layer to which it is added. You can edit a layer mask to add or subtract from the masked region without losing the layer pixels.How do you paint over a mask in Photoshop?
You can use the paint brush or the eraser to paint over the mask. To add a layer mask, select the part of the image that you want to show and click the Add Layer Mask button in the Layers panel. A mask thumbnail linked with the layer thumbnail is added.How do I use layer masks with the selection tools?
To use layer masks with selection tools: For adjustment layers, simply make your selection and add the adjustment layer. Your mask will be automatically filled in with white inside the selection and black everywhere else. Create a layer with the edits you want. Use the selection tools to select the area you want to apply the edit to.Why won't my photo show everything on my layer mask?
Make sure you have your Layer Mask selected (active) before painting on your photo. You can tell your Layer Mask is active by the border around it in the Layers Panel. When you first add a Layer Mask it is white by default so it reveals (shows) everything on that Layer and you won't see a change to your photo.