Easy Brush & Spin Photo Mask

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Easy Brush & Spin Photo Mask
by Jen White

 

Dive into the simple usefulness of the Blur Filter by spinning a brush and creating a quick and easy photo mask.

 

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For this tutorial you will need:

  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop
  • A photo

 

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Credits
Page: Merlin Daffodil by Jen White
Photo: Jen White
Kits: Blank Canvas by Susie Roberts, Floral Dance by Lara’s Digi World
Fonts: Hero Light, Botdoh

 

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9 Responses

  1. Jo Campbell
    | Reply

    Another one of those “Wow! Why didn’t I think of that” moments. Great idea! Thanks so much for another fun tip.

    • Jen White
      | Reply

      You’re welcome, Jo. I’d love to see what you create with this tutorial.

  2. Peggy Skinner
    | Reply

    Love it!

  3. Maureen
    | Reply

    I like this one a lot Jen. I look forward to trying it today!

    • Jen White
      | Reply

      Looking forward to seeing your results, Maureen. 😀

  4. Diane McCurdy
    | Reply

    Wow! What a statement this brush makes for a beautiful page.. Can we save this brush to use again in PSE? Thanks for your sharing your talents, Jen!

    • Jen White
      | Reply

      Glad you like it, Diane. Yes!! You can save the results of your spinned mask as a brush. To do that — In the manual, after step three, go into the Menu Bar and choose Edit > Define Brush.

  5. Joyce Korenuk
    | Reply

    Love this tutorial Jen! Fun and easy to do!

    • Jen White
      | Reply

      Thanks, Joyce. 😀 I love it too!

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