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Old March 6th, 2017, 02:02 PM
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Question Need help fading outside of ellipse to black

I want to get this image printed on a black t-shirt.

The blue effect on the background of the image, which I want to keep, stretches beyond the outside of the image so if it was printed, you'd see a box around it and it would look ugly on the t-shirt.

A solution, to me, would be to drawn an ellipse around the image and fade the outside of the ellipse slowly to black but I don't know how to do this.

Any suggestions?
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Old March 9th, 2017, 04:11 PM
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I want to get this image printed on a black t-shirt.

The blue effect on the background of the image, which I want to keep, stretches beyond the outside of the image so if it was printed, you'd see a box around it and it would look ugly on the t-shirt.

A solution, to me, would be to drawn an ellipse around the image and fade the outside of the ellipse slowly to black but I don't know how to do this.

Any suggestions?


Hi King Mustard,

First of all, let me say, I have zero experience using Photoshop. However -

Suggestion 1: Provide a second image, of the same size, without any red. This may help anyone who does have experience using Photoshop tutor you.

Suggestion 2: Fade to transparent. Chances are, you may still see a box around your image if you fade to black.

You may want to have a black background layer, so you can see what you're doing, but remember to delete it after you get the fade you want.
Don't make it part of the final image.

Sorry this isn't more helpful.

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Old March 15th, 2017, 05:41 AM
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You just need to select the portion which you want to change just the eclipse. You can do that by using any selection tool in Photoshop like lasso tool or magnetic lasso tool.Before selecting that portion it would be better to create a new layer. And after going to that layer you can fade away the color as you were talking about.

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