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My watermark brush is transparent


Mads Hildebrandt

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I've created a logo on a transparent layer. It's an eclipse with a carbon pattern and my name going through with a downloaded metallic style. I've made it into a brush, but when I use it on my images, the logo is half transparent and I can see color from the image shining through. How can that be? When I add my watermark to a perfectly white area on an image, there is no problem. But how do I make it so that other colors won't show through?
 

Eggy

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Can you please post a screenshot with the watermark on a colored background and the settings visible?
 

Mads Hildebrandt

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I have edited it myself from raw. And my iMac was calibrated this month with the spyder elite 5. In PS the image looks perfect. But to fit here in the thread I opened the .jpg of the image and set the imagesize to 3500xsomething I can't remember. And when I see the image here in the thread, he look way more reddish than in PS.
 

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