How to Remove Outer Glow

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You can customize different elements of an image to make it stand out. Outer glow is an effect that highlights the edge of a text or object. The effect is applied to a selected layer rather than the entire image. You can remove an outer glow in an image editor, such as Photoshop, Fireworks or Splash Up. The image cannot be flattened and should be modified in the editor where the effect was originally applied.

Photoshop

  • Select "File" and "Open" from the menu. Find and double-click the image you want to modify.

  • Go to the Layers palette and find the layer that contains the outer glow.

  • Click the "Eye" icon by "Outer Glow" under the layer to remove the effect.

Fireworks

  • Select "File" and "Open" from the menu. Find and double-click the image you want to modify.

  • Click the "Pointer" tool in the tools palette.

  • Go to the Layers palette and select the layer with the outer glow.

  • Go to the Properties Inspector in the bottom pane and uncheck "Glow" under "Filters."

Splashup Online Editor

  • Go to the Splashup image editor online (See Resources) and select "File" and "Open Image" from the menu. The Browse for Image window opens. Click the "Splashup" tab and select the image you want to modify.

  • Go to the Layers palette and select the layer where the outer glow was applied.

  • Select "Layer" and "Layer Effects" from the menu. The Layer Effects dialog box opens.

  • Select "Glow." Click the "Remove Effects" (-) button at the bottom of the dialog box to remove the outer glow. Click "OK" to close the dialog box.

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  • Photo Credit Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images
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