Within this, the Color Range Mask allows you to be clumsy with your adjustment brushes while targeting very specific parts of your image.
All of these can then be further refined using a Range Mask, a tool that comes in two flavors.
The Color Range Mask tends to have a narrower range of purposes, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be put to good use.
Perhaps the most common use for the Color Range Mask is when attempting to tweak specific colors in an area of complexity while saving you a trip to Photoshop.
This is probably digging too deep, but here’s one last example using a gradient:Again, I desaturated, created a Color Range Mask, and used the dropper to pick a shade in the middle.

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