Discover how to make selections using basic tools in Photoshop.
- [Instructor] In this movie we're going to use…the basic selection tools, to select a couple of items…from this image and turn them into new files.…This file is oldbackground.tif…and if you have access to it…then you can work along with me.…If not, any file of your own will do of course.…You might notice my interface has changed slightly,…that's because I've gone into one of Photoshop's…other view modes here, to make it easier…for people on smaller screens…to get the most out of the image.…
Although, everything you've seen in the orientation…is still here so don't worry about that.…So the first thing we need to do…is to zoom in on the two logos…in the bottom right hand corner,…because it's those that we'll be picking up.…And I wish I could say this was a fictitious scenario,…that you've got a flat image that you need…to pull logos out of,…but if I had a pound for every time…I've actually done this in real life…I could at least buy my self a nice new jacket,…I would have thought, by now.…
So to zoom in if you tap the "z" key on your keyboard…
- The creative process
- Layout and composition
- Transforming images and assets in Photoshop
- Drawing logos in Illustrator
- Designing graphics and documents in InDesign
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