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Apple user Crop Images In A Circle Shape With Photoshop

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Once crop selection is made on layer 0  , I choose inverse , then press delete as instructed , no checker pattern and nothing happens 

Any advice 

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Apple user Crop Images In A Circle Shape With Photoshop

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Once crop selection is made on layer 0  , I choose inverse , then press delete as instructed , no checker pattern and nothing happens 

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Hi

Can you post a screenshot with the layers panels opened

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That would not be a Crop.  Cropping changes the document's rectangle canvas size. In this case delete should clear the selected area in the targeted layer when the layer is a normal raster layer.  You may see the area turn to a transparency checker board.   There can be many reasons you will not see the image area turn transparent.  Clear may not be a valid operation. If the layer is not a raster layer.  There may be other layer that have pixels in the cleared selection area. Check the Layers Palettes layer 's content thumbnail. What kind of layer is targeted what does it thumbnail content look  like is the selected area cleared. 

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"Crop Images In A Circle Shape"

 

In addition to what has been said, images cannot be in a circle shape — they will always be rectangles. If your image has transarency, though, you will only see the circle shape.

  • A jpeg cannot have transparency. Save as psd or tiff or png or gif.
  • A background layer cannot have transparency. Rename it to turn it into a regular layer.
  • Really old PS versions do not support transparency. It was first available in PS 5.5.

 

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