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Simple question im sure im overcomplicating concerning masking

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Jun 27, 2023 Jun 27, 2023

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Hello and thank you in advance. My question is when i have a picture and embedded another picture on top of it. My top picture always appears as a smart object which off course leaves me incapable of making adjustments to the top picture unless i first Rasterize smart pic. However it seams as though recently when i do this and attempt to brush over the top picture my brush strokes are super pixalated and difficlt to do percesion strokes. This is something ive only dealt with recently and im trying to figure out if i possibly changed some setting? When i reffered to the strokes being pixilated i included a pic at the bottom. Thank you.

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Jun 27, 2023 Jun 27, 2023

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Hi @Charlie5CCF

I am not understanding what area you are using the brush on, because when I blow up the mage to look more closely the whole image looks very pixelated. I am guessing that is because of hte screenshot.

 

Can you take a screen shot of your entire window so we can see the open brushes panel, layers panel, and the options bar? Also, what version of Photoshop are you using? What is the resolution of your image? How are you bringing your second (top) image into your file? 

 

Thanks, 

Michelle

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