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Photoshop Tutorial Using the Selection Tool

Photoshop Tutorial Using the Selection Tool in Photoshop, which is just a professional image editing software, seems to be wrong; Nowadays Photoshop has become a standard in image editing. Photoshop is a professional level designer and graphic producer of quality and accurate images for print, web, wireless devices, and other media.
Selecting a specific part of the image is an important part of Photoshop. Many people say that they are more efficient in Photoshop than they can select precisely certain parts. That’s true. If you want to get a person raised in the garden to be parked in the garden, then the background should be selected and removed. There can be used another image of choice.

There are many tools in Photoshop for selection. Each one is convenient for different types of images. Let’s take a look at them. Open Photoshop and open an image file. Here is a picture of the national bird of Bangladesh.

Rectangle Selection:

Suppose you want to exclude parts of the image. That is why you need to select the part you keep. This is the simplest of selection. From the Toolbox, select the Rectangle Marquee tool. Drag the mouse pointer and drag the drug to the bottom right corner. This is easy for Practice. In reality, sometimes the task can be difficult. Keyboard access is provided to more precisely use this tool. For example:

When selecting the Alt key, select from the center. Pressing the Shift key will select the square around it. The selection can be removed by pressing the spacebar during the selection. After the selection, the drug can be removed by selecting the drug inside the selected area. Round Selection: The Rectangle Selection Tool is usually found in the toolbox. Click the mouse on the tool to get the elliptical selection for circle selection. There are 3 tools in total. Select the Round tool. Then select any part of the image in the same manner. The keyboard can be used in the same way during round selection.

Inverse selection:

Sometimes it is easy to select whatever is out of the selection. This selection can be made very easily by using the selection inverse command. For example, if you want to select the middle part instead of working with the rest, then give commands from the menu, Select – Inverse Selection.

Feather Usage:

In this way, the selected part will be sharply separated from the rest. The default is 1 pixel. Special options can be changed by changing the name of the feather. It can be changed before the selection or after selecting the feather option can be changed from the menu. Practical use of selection, invert selection and feathers:

Let’s look at the real use of round selection and feathers. In the options bar (just below the menubar) type 12 in the space of 1 pixel. Select the main part of the parliament building in a circle. Or do it in one of your pictures. Invert Selection from the menu with the Select – Invert Selection command. Enter commands from the menu, Edit – Fill
Select from the Use dropdown list, Color Select the color you want and click the OK button.

The effect can be found in the example picture. Add or remove new parts with selection:

There will always be an opportunity to select the part, or it is not possible to select the required part completely. Sometimes it may be necessary to select some part in one place, as well as another part in another. This is why you have to use the keyboard with the selection tool.

Select a part. Hold down the Shift key on the keyboard. A plush (plus) sign can be seen with the pointer. In this case, select another location. Both parts will be selected.
On the contrary, after selecting a part, pressing the Alt key will get the minus sign (-) in the pointer and if the drug is placed on a part of the selection, the next part will be removed from the previous selection.


Maybe already noticed that after clicking outside the selection, the selection goes away. Sometimes you need to de-select. Use the Select – Deselect command from the menu, or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl – D.

Save the selection:

Maybe after a lot of work, you can select a particular part from an image. Due to the slightest mistake, it became de-selected. Or close the file when you’re done. If you need to work later, that selection will not be available. In order to solve this problem, there is a way to save the selection. After selecting, use the Select – Save Selection command from the menu. Enter a name for the selection.

Now when you save the image file, the selection will be saved as well. It can be used whenever working with an image file. You can save multiple selections with multiple names in the same document.

Using the saved selection:

To use the selections saved in the document where the selection is saved, enter the Select – Load Selection command from the menu, select the specific selection from the list of selections and click the OK button.

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