Photoshop mask error

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Mar 30, 2022 Mar 30, 2022

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Photoshop problem
For a project I am removing faces from a (green screen) background. To do this I use a mask to make the background dissapear (as you can see in Layer 1).
To improve the faces I use a couple of clipping mask layers, but adjustments are never done on the main face layer.
I did open an older file and I wanted to refine some hair on the main layer, and decided to delete the mask (on layer 1) for this. But when I see the complete image again (with the head and greenscreen) it looks weird and I get the feeling those adjustments on the clipping mask layers are somehow printed on the image. Also when I delete the clipping mask layers first, and after that delete the mask on layer 1 I get this result.
Does anyone here know how to fix this? You would save my life and a lot of time with this Rik23825540z62o_0-1648665455003.png

 

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