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Dr Gary Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Feb 2009Wed 16-Nov-11 10:00 PM
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"CS-5 or Perfect Mask 5"
Thu 17-Nov-11 02:32 PM by esantos

Corvallis, US
          

CS-5 has improved mask selection, but I still have trouble with gauzy materials like bridal veils and with hair. Is Perfect Mask 5 a better solution? Are there any other software options that are better than Photoshop CS-5?

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f11 Gold Member Nikonian since 23rd Feb 2006Thu 24-Nov-11 06:42 AM
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#1. "RE: CS-5 or Perfect Mask 5"
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Tulsa, US
          

Topaz Labs ReMask looks interesting.
http://www.topazlabs.com/remask/
No first hand knowledge though.

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z062002 Gold Member Charter MemberFri 25-Nov-11 11:47 PM
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Coral Springs, US
          

I use CS5's Refine Edge and Perfect Mask 5 for different masking projects. However, in my case, I do not follow the old saying " one size fits all approach. Personally, I prefer the new Perfect Mask 5 for most masking projects, especially when working on more complex images.

Jerry
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