Selections are temporary choices of pixels within an image that you can manipulate independently. They can be as simple as a rectangular area or as complex as a detailed outline around an object. Selections serve as a foundation for various editing tasks and provide the groundwork for image masking. To create selections, you can use.
A wide range of tools including Marquee
Rectangular Marquee, Elliptical Marquee, Single Row Marquee, and Single Column Marquee. b) Lasso Tools: Lasso, Polygonal Remove Background Image Lasso, and Magnetic Lasso. c) Quick Selection Tool: Automatically selects similar pixels based on defined boundaries. d) Magic Wand Tool: Selects pixels with similar color or tonal values within a specified tolerance.
Pen Tool Ideal for creating precise scalable
Selections using vector paths. Layer Masks: Non-Destructive Editing Layer masks are an essential aspect of image masking in GE Lists Photoshop. They allow you to hide or reveal specific parts of a layer without permanently deleting any pixels. Layer masks are non-destructive, meaning you can modify or refine your edits at any time without affecting.