In your Photo it look like you have a vector layer mask. Perhaps you also have created Paths in the paths palette. You can add empty layers and stroke these paths like line art and paint in lower layers the colors you want like a coloring book. If all you have is line art you could use a kill white action to remove the white background. Load Paths as selections and file with a color etc.
You should also post screen captures rather than photos of you display.
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Nice artwork. JJ has told you how to get a raster version of your artwork, so I'll add that if you need to use the forums again, use screenshots rather than photographs. If you are using Windows then you have the Snipping tool as standard
But a lot of us use Greenshot. This gives you the option of opening your screen grab in an editor like this so you can add highlights, arrows, text etc.
To place your image in this forum simply paste with Ctrl v (Cmd v). It's that easy! I am sure that Mac computers have something similar.
Good luck, and keep making that artwork. It's a way better way to use Photoshop than to tart up your photographs.
Windows 10 has three screen capture shortcuts for capturing windows displays content to Windows Clipboard:
PrtScn All displays are captured to Windows Clipboard
Alt+PrtScn Active Window captured to Windows Clipboard
Shift+Windows+S Mouse Left Click Drag release left to select area on Displays to capture
Applications like Photoshop and Browsers Ctrl+V paste in clipboard.