|2. Image being masked in mask mode in Glaze. |
To select the areas to be masked one paints over the image area with the Brush Icon activated, it is easily seen by the bright green mask.
|3. Transparent mask applied to background of the image.|
|4. Masked image area processed with a Glaze filter with a transparent background. |
Notice the star icon changed to reflect a transparent background.
|5. Saved image to camera roll, masked and Glaze processed with transparent background all ready for blending with another file.|
|6. Blended images, the original BrushStrokes image 1 and the Transparent Glaze image 5|
|7. You can also choose not to use a transparent background using the mask feature and run your image through a Gazed filter right out of the mask feature and Glaze will only apply the Filter to the mask leaving your background in the image.|
|Depending on the Glaze filter you use the background will change, this is a variant to the image process without the transparent mask activated.|