How to Make Clothes See-through in Photoshop
By Luke Beckford
Updated September 28, 2017
Photoshop has become a widely used image-manipulation program. It is used to create images from scratch and to edit images. Photoshop can also be used for cropping, image resizing and hue and saturation adjustments. To make clothes see-through, you can use a method called "opaque-modification," and it only takes a few steps. This method can be used to add cool effects to your image by making the clothes seem to disappear completely.
Choose the "New layer" option located on the bottom right of the screen. This will be the background for the clothing image.
Select the "paint bucket" tool located on the top-left corner. The desired color should be selected.
Use the paint bucket on the layer you created.
Open the clothing image in Photoshop on a separate layer.
Select the "magic wand" tool located on the right side of the screen.
Choose the clothing portion of the image with the "magic wand" tool.
Press the "Enter" key to confirm the selection.
Select the "opacity" tool located at the bottom-right corner and drag it down to the desired percentage.
Press the "Enter" key to confirm the opacity, then save your completed image.
Luke Beckford started writing in 2008 with a focus in sports, travel and politics. His work includes newsletters, as well as tips and tricks filled with social-media marketing techniques. Beckford is pursuing his Bachelor of Fine Arts in advertising and public relations at the City College Of New York.