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Transparency Masking

Photoshop’s transparency masking allows users to blur an image selectively. With a layer mask, you can specify which parts of a picture should be left unaltered.

You may employ the Brush, Gradient, or Selection tools to make the mask. Once the mask is made, you may tweak its opacity and smoothing to get natural-looking. To construct intricate picture composites, you can use this.

You can even erase unwanted backgrounds from photos. Moreover, you can selectively reveal or hide specific areas of an image to achieve more convincing results.

You can create a mask for a layer from the layer panel. Then you can easily adjust the mask’s transparency with the other Photoshop tools.

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