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jade

You will get better and faster help when you post your questions to the Photoshop 911 forums at:
http://www.dtg-forums.com/...
Photoshop 911 :
http://www.dtg-forums.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=5
Emergency Room :
http://www.dtg-forums.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=6
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Ben

How do I turn feathering off?

Daniel

When I try to feather I get that white "glow" around the subject. Is it possible to change that white to another color or remove it all together??

PS 911 REPLY:

The white glow is because you've 'feathered' a selection which is flattened on a white background. Remember that feathering "averages" the amount of transparency between the foreground (selected) image and the background color (surrounding the image)

If you don't want this to happen, your object has to be on a transparent layer where there is NO background white -- or, on a layer with the same background color you want.

Copy the image you wish to feather (Drag its layer and drop it on the "New Layer" button in the Layers palette.)

Use the Wand and select all the background "white" and hit delete.

Now try your feather.

:-)

kumarswamy

How did done the perfect fetharing and lighting effects, etc.,

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