There are a lot of options in Velocity to add interest to an image without having to spend time in Photoshop. These include image color tones, opacity, masking, and more!
In this first example, we'll explore the basics of Masks. In another tutorial, we'll go in depth into how you can create and use your own custom masks.
If you're familiar with Photoshop, you probably already know about masks. They are a way of hiding part of the image to give an artistic effect. Velocity has several types of masks built in. And the best part is, they aren't permanent. You can easily change your mind at any time. Start by selecting the Masks tab at the bottom of the Velocity screen (highlighted in green).