Torn edges filter error

Community Beginner ,
Feb 05, 2021 Feb 05, 2021

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Hi

 

I have a problem with torn edges filter

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So on the left image, I applied  filter  >  filter gallery  >  torn edges. 

Right image is the effect applied version with some color edit with gradient feature; the darkest orange parts were added.

However after a couple minutes, when I tried the same filter, 

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I can't achieve the same result as the filter only affects exactly the opposite side of where I initially filtered. So basically the white areas in the picture right above were the orange parts (area being affected) when I first tried the filter.

I tried opening a new document but I still had reversed filter 

How can I get the filter to work like the first time?

 

Thank you community in advance and I apologize for my bad explanation, let me know if those of you who wish to help need me to elaborate on anything 

 

 

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First off please post meaningful screenshots that include the pertinent Panels (Toolbar, Options, Layers, …). Secondly: What are the Fore- and Background Color in the Toolbar? 

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First off please post meaningful screenshots that include the pertinent Panels (Toolbar, Options, Layers, …). 

Secondly: What are the Fore- and Background Color in the Toolbar? 

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Wow yes it was the fore & background colors that was the problem. 

I changed them fro yellow white to black white and works just fine.

 

That was really dumb of me, thank you I appreciate your help! 🙂

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Don’t beat yourself up about that. 

Not many of Photoshop’s Filters refer to those colors so it can come as a surprise when one finally hits on one of them. 

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