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Learn how to cut out photos and objects in Photoshop. One of the mot popular tasks in Photoshop is cutting out things, AKA remove the background. In this tutorial we will look at quick Select, Refine Edge and the Pen tool. Your choice will depend on the image, see the difference and then choose the best option for your task.
For the first method, (Which works on Photoshop CC only) we will start with this image Woman with red hair. She has curly hair, so it will be a bit tougher than straight hair. This technique also works on fur.
Zoom in nice and close and carefully drag the points into position. Click the ends of the handles to change the angle of the curves. Push and pull these end points to change the steepness of the curve. It may seem weird at first, but it will get easier with a little practice, hang in there!
Stop struggling with selections. Learn how to select and cut out anything from people, hair, trees, complex shapes and even transparency. Discover how to get perfect edges, without halos and jaggies. Colin shows you exactly how in 18 lessons. All the images are included for you to follow along. You will be able to select and cut out anything: faster and cleaner.
Thanks again for the excellent tutorial. I took three pages of notes to add to the many pages of notes that I have from your previous free tutorials and the tutorials I purchased from you. I have been using Photoshop since at least 2001 when I purchased my first digital camera, a Sony cyber shot.
Hi Colin; Great video. I always seemed to have difficulty with cutting out the background around trees. No matter how much time I would spend, I could never seem to get it right. Now a days I use the fussy method. It seems to give me the best results.
Have used Photoshop from 1994 and use all of the selection methods. The biggest challenge for me are images that have both hard, precise areas and hair to select. I end up using two layers with selections and masks that are created with different methods. A pain! Do you know an easier approach
Love the tutorial! I started with PSE 4 and then moved to CS4 which is where I stayed! I use Photoshop for digital scrapbooking and making background slides for church presentations. I mostly use the quick selection tool, but have found the color range technique very helpful. I have used the pen tool on a few occasions but am not very good at it.
Hi Colin, I have tried several times with curly hair with different techniques, but I struggle with select and mask. Whatever way I do, I get half transparent curls by the edge, even if I decontaminate colors. Any clue Thanks.
Love love love. Thank you so much share this tips. I am working past 12 years in adobe photoshop. Could you tell me please which is the best tool for clipping path and background remove. I am using pen tools some time i am using magic want tools. Waiting for your reply.
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With the rise of digital photography, more and more of us are sharing our images on the internet. This is a great way to get advice, improve your technique, and meet likeminded people, but it does have a downside - copyright theft.
It's becoming increasingly important to protect your images and prevent (or at least dissuade) unscrupulous people from using them without your permission. Adding a watermark to your photos is the ideal way to do this.
Applying a watermark in Photoshop is quick and easy. You can add a simple text watermark or one based around a logo or image; I'll describe each in turn. For this tutorial I'll be using the following image - feel free to download it and follow along.
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