How to Work with 16-bit Images in ParticleShop

How to Work with 16-bit Images in ParticleShop

By Renee Robyn

In this tutorial, professional photographer Renee Robyn shows you how to work with 16-bit images in ParticleShop. You’ll start with an 8-bit image in Photoshop, which you will bring into ParticleShop. Once you have added your brushstrokes in ParticleShop you have the option to “save only brushstrokes”, which will save them on a separate layer with a transparent background. Then you can paste this ParticleShop layer onto your original 16-bit image.

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