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Layer mask trouble with paint bucket

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Nov 04, 2020

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I am having trouble with layer masks. I have added a layer mask to my image (using the add layer mask button in the bottom right of the layers panel next to the fx button), then I changed the foreground color to black and the background to white and used the paint bucket to fill the image. Once I did this the entire image is greyed out. What am I doing wrong????

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Layer mask trouble with paint bucket

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I am having trouble with layer masks. I have added a layer mask to my image (using the add layer mask button in the bottom right of the layers panel next to the fx button), then I changed the foreground color to black and the background to white and used the paint bucket to fill the image. Once I did this the entire image is greyed out. What am I doing wrong????

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Hi what you to achieve with making ? show us a sample so we guide you more....check the following video for help....regards

 

https://youtu.be/h5yW5hHjQrE

Ali Sajjad
Get Helpful Keyboard Shortcuts for Layer Masks: https://phlearn.com/layer-masks-yt00-desc How to Use Layer Masks in Photoshop Layer Masks are one of the mo...

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Your bottom image. Turn on the eye of the Background layer to reveal it. Paint in white on the black mask where you want an area in the top image to appear within the Background image.    

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