Mask mode in the Urban Jungle Photo Editor gives you full control of layer customizability. Check last week’s blogpost for part one of this series.
Part one covered the essentials about Mask Mode, this blog post will be looking into the finer options that will help us fine-tune our tools.
The opacity slider allows us to set the opacity of the brush. When we use the erase or restore tools by dragging out fingers across the layer, a colored brush trail shows up. Red for erasing brush and blue for restore brush.
The softness options allow us to set how hard or soft the edges of the brush. A hard brush will have clear and very well-defined edges. A soft brush on the other hand will little less defined edges. You can move the slider to the right to make it more soft and vice versa.
This simply changes the size of the brush size. The brush gets bigger as you slide it more towards the right.
The reset option will revert all brush changes to default. It can be helpful to quickly make new brush settings or to just you the default ones. This wraps up our tutorial for using Mask mode in the Urban Jungle Photo Editor
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