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  • Feathering & Vignetting

    Instead of using the feather setting on your selection, select your desired area, invert your selection and then switch to Quick Mask. Use a gaussian blur on the mask. The feathering you see will be the feathering you'll get on your final copy or cut or whatever you're doing.

    WYSIWYG edge feathering!

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