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no pin edges option in photoshop elements 2019

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Hi all I hope someone can help me im new to photohop elements 2019. I have created a image and liqufied the layers but there doesnt appear to be a pin edges option, so i now have the background showing in places. what can I do to fix it. Thanks 

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no pin edges option in photoshop elements 2019

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Hi all I hope someone can help me im new to photohop elements 2019. I have created a image and liqufied the layers but there doesnt appear to be a pin edges option, so i now have the background showing in places. what can I do to fix it. Thanks 

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Hi there,

 

Sorry that the edit pins for the Liquify tool in Photoshop Elements are not showing on your computer.

 

Could you share a scrresnhot of full Photoshop Elements window showing the hidden pins so that we can check what might be incorrect?

 

Thanks,

Akash

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Pin Edges in Liquify is only available in photoshop cc, not photoshop elements.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUzxWm1WHm0

NSL 182: http://bit.ly/148QtMV Never Stop Learning: http://bit.ly/Umg2OD Pin Edges is a new feature for the Liquify Filter in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014

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After you Liquify the layer you could use Content Aware Fill as follows:

 

image in liquify

 

liq1.jpg

 

1. After Liquify Cntrl or Cmd click on the layer thumbnail in the layers panel to load a selection of the transparent areas

 

2. Then Select>Inverse

 

3. Go to Select>Modify>Expand and enter something from 5 to 10 px.

   A small image like 1920 x 1080 might only need 5 whereas an image from a digital camera might need 10.

 

4. Go to Edit>Fill Selection>Content Aware

 

liq2.jpg

 

5. Go to Select>Deselect

 

after content aware fill

 

liq3.jpg

 

 

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