Adobe Photoshop CC Selecting Parts of an Image
When it comes to Adobe Photoshop CC selecting parts of an image, selection is everything. And in images, you will find, from image to image, everything there is to be selected. That means you will want to select a building and put it in a grassy background. You will want to select a basketball an put it on a playground. You may want to select a long haired child and put him and his hair in front of a school. In Adobe Photoshop CC selecting parts of an image can be very challenging. This video covers the basics of selection tools.
When is comes to Adobe Photoshop CC selecting parts of an image, many times the part will be rectangular or in a square shape, this tool is handy for that. This video shows how you can add to and take away from a selected area.
When it comes to Adobe Photoshop CC selecting parts of an image, many time you will want to select, copy and paste, or move an oval or circle to a new image or different location in your existing image. In Photoshop, the Oval Tool is actually called, “The Eliptical Marquee Tool.”
For complex, straight line, but non rectangular selections, the Polygonal Lasso Tool will work magic for you. In Adobe Photoshop CC selecting parts of an image that has a chair, a stop sign, or something with many flat edges, this is the tool to use. The way it works in Photoshop can get you into trouble if you don’t know exactly what to do.
This is a remarkable and handy tool. There is no way to verbally tell you how this thing works. I have used it a thousand times and I can’t find words to tell you how this thing works. You just have to see it.
When it comes to Adobe Photoshop CC selecting parts of an image that involve a lot of similar colors in one portion of an image, like a sky, a wall or anything with one big block of color, the Wand with do magic for you.
Selecting some objects is just damn difficult. It gets out right tough. So when the times get tough, the tough break out the Quick Mask Mode Brush.