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On Windows, Shift+Ctrl-click the layer thumbnail in the Layers panel. On a Mac, Shift+Cmd-click.


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Without the Shift key it just selects the non-transparent pixels, but with the Shift key it should create a luminosity mask. I’m on my iPad at the moment, so I can’t check the functionality in the Windows version.


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1 hour ago, pburki said:

Hello,

Is there a way to create a luminescence mask similar to what is possible in photoshop?

Thanks

 

Yes, but not as comfortable as in Photoshop.

look here or here 

 

I think, @pburki would like the the visualization of the luminance masks and not the selection of the luminace masks.

 

Cheers

 


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