Post processing a layered panorama

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Overlaying an entire warped layer would probably cause problems elsewhere in the panorama, so we only want to overlay a small part of this layer, containing just the legs.

Activate Photoshop's Brush tool, choose a white brush of suitable size:

Brush tool   White brush   Brush size

Activate the layer mask by clicking on the mask in the Layers palette. Then paint on the mask using the white brush:

Painting on the layer mask

You can switch to Photoshop's Quick Mask mode by pressing the Backslash (\) key. This overlays a red mask over the transparent areas of the layer mask, and thus shows you which part of the layer mask has been edited.

Finally, choose 'Layer / Flatten image' to merge the layered file into a single image.

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