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Takes the irregularities, the tiny slopes
and sudden bends in the selection edge, and
simplifies the selection outline
Feather
Creates a transition along the border
Figure 5-4: The Refine Edge dialog box contains extended options for working with selections and edges
of the selection to go from fully selected, to partially selected, to not selected (masked) This effect is similar to traditional darkroom feathering,
Use the Lasso Tools
Photoshop has three different Lasso tools: the Lasso tool, the Polygonal Lasso tool, and the Magnetic Lasso tool
where photographers slightly blur image edges by waving a soft cloth or a physical feather along edges while the photographic paper is being exposed
Contract/Expand
smaller in size
Makes the selection larger or
Previews of selection
You have a number of
SKETCH A FREEHAND SELECTION
ways to preview your selection refinement work, which is handy if you have a visually complex
You can make a freehand sketch of the outline of your selection:
1 If the Lasso tool is not selected, click the current Lasso tool icon in the Tools panel,
and hold down the mouse button The Lasso tool pop-up menu appears Click the Lasso tool
background outside of the selection Figure 5-4 shows an example of a selection enclosed in Continued
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QUICKFACTS
REFINING EDGES
(Continued) a Quick Mask Other options are for an image with a normal selection border, image with black background, image with white background, and a preview of the mask of the selection Press F to cycle through the various previews; press X to view the image itself without the selection
2 Click within the image and drag to sketch a selection
2 3 4
You can add to a selection either by pressing and holding
SHIFT or clicking Add To Selection in the Options bar,
3 Release the mouse button to close the selection
You can fine-tune the way the Lasso tool works by changing its options, shown in Figure 5-5
Select the intersection of the existing selection and a new one
and then using the selection tool to drag over the area to be added Subtracting an area from a selection is similar You can either press and hold ALT/OPT or click Subtract From Selection, and then use a selection tool to drag over the area to be subtracted from the selection
Click to see tool presets Add to a selection
Smooth ragged edges of a selection
You can toggle the Lasso tool s function to that of the Polygon Lasso tool by holding ALT/OPT, and then click points to define straight segments for a selection
Create a new selection
Subtract from a selection
Soften or blur the edges of the selection by the specified number of pixels
Apply more control to edges
Figure 5-5: Change the Lasso tool and Polygonal Lasso tool options
SELECT AN AREA WITH THE POLYGONAL LASSO TOOL
You can create a selection made up of a number of straight segments, by clicking to define points that surround an area:
1 If the Polygonal Lasso tool is not selected, click the current Lasso tool icon in the Tools
panel, and hold down the mouse button The Lasso tool pop-up menu is displayed Click the Polygonal Lasso tool
2 Click inside the image to define the starting point of your selection 3 Move the mouse to a new position A line segment follows the cursor
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4 Click the image repeatedly to create your
selection
While using the Polygon Lasso tool, you can also sketch
5 Double-click to finish the selection
Alternatively, single-click at your beginning point to close the marquee selection When you re near your initial click point, the cursor , at which changes to feature a tiny circle point you can close the polygon selection with a single click
an area, exactly like you would with the Lasso tool, by holding ALT/OPT and dragging Release ALT/OPT and the tool s behavior reverts to the Polygon Lasso, single-click operation
The edge detection width determines how wide an area Photoshop will search to detect the edge
The higher the value, the more often Photoshop anchors the selection in place
SELECT AN AREA WITH THE MAGNETIC LASSO TOOL
The higher the value, the sharper the contrast must be to be selected
When selected edge detection width varies with pen pressure (requires a pen-sensitive tablet)
Use the Magnetic Lasso tool to select an image with sharp contrast in its edges The Magnetic Lasso tool will attempt to automatically follow and snap to edges You can fine-tune the way the Magnetic Lasso tool works by changing its options The Magnetic Lasso tool shares many of the options shown in Figure 5-5 but contains a few additional options, shown in Figure 5-6
1 If the Magnetic Lasso tool is not selected, click the current Lasso tool icon in the Tools
panel, and hold down the mouse button The Lasso tool pop-up menu is displayed Click the Magnetic Lasso tool
Figure 5-6: Change the Magnetic Lasso tool options to gain greater control
2 Click your image once near an edge of color or tonal contrast
to begin creating a selection
You can press ALT/OPT and then drag the pointer to
Move the cursor to a new position A line segment follows
the cursor Photoshop places small, fastening points as it goes These points are only for user reference and cannot be moved
momentarily switch to the Lasso tool When you release
ALT/OPT, the Magnetic Lasso tool returns
Press BACKSPACE at any time to delete the last anchor Click the image at any time to force the Magnetic Lasso tool
to place a fastening point at the cursor location
3 Double-click to finish the selection Alternatively, when your cursor is close to the
beginning point of the selection, a single-click will close the selection Like the Polygon Lasso tool, a small circle at the lower right of the cursor indicates you re in position to single-click close the selection marquee
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