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Feathering of a brush

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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First of all I am on an iMac, OS 14.1.2 using PS cc v 25.6 

 

This is a pet peeve of mine. Don't know if this is an issue with the Windows version.

It would be extremely useful for PS to have the same brush functionality when changing the feathering of the brush.  In LR and ACR when you have selected a brush and you change the feathering with the "Shift+[" or "Shift+]" you see the internal ring change size and you can see the brush on your layer so you know exactly where the feathering is.  

 

This can not be done in PS v 25.5.6 or PS Beta, the only way is to use "Ctrl+Opt" to show the brush and when you let go you have only one circle and when you change the feathering with he "Shift+[" or "Shift+]" only see the circle get larger or smaller just like using "[" or "]" to change the size of the brush.

 

Please Please add this feature, if it can be in LR and ACR then it can be and should be in PS

 

Thanks you in advance for considering this feature, if implimented it will make all of PS Brush uses very happy.

 

Michael

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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Hi!

I just want to say that it is a great idea to add the functionality of that inner circle/outer circle to know what part of the brush is feathered. One thing to remember -- the brushes in LR and CR are simulated--they are not the same actual pixel brushes you find in Photshop, They are stored information with the file, not like Photoshop where the brush lays down actual pixels. 

 

With that said, it would be really helpful to have the softness spread dilineated in the PS brushes!

Thanks,

Michelle

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Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

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Michelle

 

Understand, I am only interested in being abot to have the softness / feather spread dilineated so one know that the brush is doing....

Thank you for your comment

 

Michael

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