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Chapter 14. Manipulating Images with Fil... > Working with Liquify Mask Options

Working with Liquify Mask Options

When you work with an image that contains a selection or mask, you can use that information to control how the Liquify command adjusts the image. Think of the mask as a visual representation of the work areas of the image. Creating a mask gives you precise control over what portions of the image are modified.

Work with Liquify Mask Options

Open a document.

Select the Layers palette, and then select the layer containing a selection or mask.

Click the Filters menu, and then click Liquify.

Select from the following Liquify Mask options:

  • Replace Selection. Shows the selection, mask, or transparency in the original image.

  • Add To Selection. Shows the mask in the original image, so you can then add to the selection using the Freeze tool.

  • Subtract From Selection. Subtracts pixels in channel from current freeze.

  • Intersect With Selection. Uses only pixels that are selected and currently frozen.

  • Invert Selection. Removes Image Information with Extract.

Click OK.


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