File > New
2. Set image at 20x30 inches and resolution at 300 ppi3. Background should be transparent. Press
File > Place
2. Select the rock/cliff le and press
.4. Check “
Show Transform Controls
5. Click on the corner box of the active image, and drag the
corner box by holding left mouse button and then releasingwhen reaching desired size.6. Click on the “
Maintain Aspect Ratio
Key to bring up the
.2. Click on the
icon as shown in the image to theright.3. Select your
of choice and begin selectingareas around the rock.
4. Set your active color to black.5. Click on
with opacity at 100%6. Begin painting the selected area with the
. Itshould begin to erase. If you have made a mistake you canunerase with the color white.
Note: You will notice this image is particularly blotchy due to high
jpeg compression. I fxed this problem with median noise reduction
under more tools with a freeware program called
. It seems to do a bit better job at removing noise than photoshopwithout making the image unusable.
is an ad-vanced application that lets you remove the artifacts and a blotchy look from your images, making them look as if they have been
saved at a 100% (“super-fne”) quality. It may be downloaded at