Photoshop: how can I see both the mask and the masked contents?

When I have a photo with a mask in Photoshop, I want to be able to edit this mask with a brush, e.g. I want to remove the sky from the photo. But as far as I know, I can only view the mask or the photo, but not both. I would like to be able to view them both, so that the mask is an “overlay” of the photo. How can I do that?

I hope that was clear…

Answer

You mean like ‘quick mask’? Hold Shift + Alt and click on your layer mask. Your mask will be highlighted in red, with your photo still showing.

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