In the new Elements 11, Matt takes you through the brand new selection techniques and how they all work.
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Confused about which selection tool to use? We’ll take you through the options and show you how to put them to work in three common scenarios.
This is the sample file to follow along with “Selections Made Simple” from the May/June 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Getting comfortable selecting parts of your image is the launching pad for all sort of editing magic. Follow along with Mike as he walks you through all the different Selection tools available in Elements.
Continue to learn the ins and outs of selecting with these more advanced Selection tools.
Building on the two earlier Selection videos, Mike shows you the more fine details of using Selection tools in your images.
Few tools are as feminine as the Feather command, and I mean that in the most wonderful of ways. For nestled snugly within the Selection menu, it has the power to make all selections soft.
Selection Tools are a critical part of photographic editing because they allow you to isolate a portion of your image for retouching without affecting any other part of your image.