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Using Photoshop Layers To Fill In What’s Not There

I’m reasonably good at making Masks. I use Adobe Photoshop’s (PS) Quick Selection Tool (W) and Topaz Labs’ Remask and PS’s Calculations. Whatever is the best tool for the task at hand. But, sometimes things slip through the cracks or are too much trouble to bother with. Take a look at today’s image. There’s a lot of fringe down at the bottom of the dancer’s regalia. The background was a mess. People standing around, other dancers, banners, tents, evergreen boughs, speakers, and all sorts of other “stuff”. The fringe wasn’t a big problem to extract. The big deal was tiny tips of the feathers and pom-pom in the…
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