Combining Quick Selection and Smudge


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Combining Quick Selection and Smudge

All right, by now if nothing else, you probably have a sense that the Quick Selection tool isn't all that quick, as witnessed by the length of the previous video. However, there are times where you can get halfway decent work done with it, and that's what we're going to try to do inside of this exercise. I've saved my progress as Three frog foot masks.psd, and even though I've already got these mask that I could work with, I'm going to regenerate the selection by switching back to the Layers panel. Let's go ahead and click on the original Frog layer to make sure it's active, and then grab the Quick Selection tool from the toolbox.

Now note, if I click the down pointing arrowhead that my Hardness is still set to 0%, which is not a default setting, by the way, by default that Hardness is 100%. So let's go ahead and reset the defaults by right-clicking on that tool icon on the far left-side of the options bar and then choose Reset tool, and that would tu...

Combining Quick Selection and Smudge
Video duration: 4m 52s 11h 36m Intermediate

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Combining Quick Selection and Smudge provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Fundamentals

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Design
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Photoshop
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