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Photoshop erasing a mask 100%

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Jul 24, 2020

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If you look at this URL, it will show you the problem. In here I have a PNG file on top of a image and I am trying to do erase of one person's feet coming out from the front of another and if you notice, you will find that not 100% erase but may be98%, I looked at all options including reset tool OR going to preference --> performance and check that box for legacy but nothing worked.

 

help!

 

https://youtu.be/bpBc6Locy2I 

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Correct answer by Omar_Fathy | Adobe Community Professional

The foreground color is the color that used in Erasing Brush Tool.
Please Edit this color and make it Rich Black ( Make sure that it is the darkest black or use the bottom right black color from the color picker cube)
or use these numbers for the darkest black:

R = 0
G = 0

B = 0

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Photoshop erasing a mask 100%

Community Beginner ,
Jul 24, 2020

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If you look at this URL, it will show you the problem. In here I have a PNG file on top of a image and I am trying to do erase of one person's feet coming out from the front of another and if you notice, you will find that not 100% erase but may be98%, I looked at all options including reset tool OR going to preference --> performance and check that box for legacy but nothing worked.

 

help!

 

https://youtu.be/bpBc6Locy2I 

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Correct answer by Omar_Fathy | Adobe Community Professional

The foreground color is the color that used in Erasing Brush Tool.
Please Edit this color and make it Rich Black ( Make sure that it is the darkest black or use the bottom right black color from the color picker cube)
or use these numbers for the darkest black:

R = 0
G = 0

B = 0

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The foreground color is the color that used in Erasing Brush Tool.
Please Edit this color and make it Rich Black ( Make sure that it is the darkest black or use the bottom right black color from the color picker cube)
or use these numbers for the darkest black:

R = 0
G = 0

B = 0

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Dammm I messed up 😞 after correcting it, I see it is working. I really need a serious break!

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