Make it better with Refine Edge Photoshop CS6


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Making it better with Refine Edge

In this movie, we'll take the base selection outline that we created in the previous movie and we'll make it more accurate using a command known as Refine Edge. You will have had to follow along with the previous movie to make this one work. Notice up here in the Options Bar, when any selection tool is active, you'll see a button called Refine Edge. You can click on that button to bring up the Refine Edge dialog box, or if for some reason you don't see it, you can go to the Select menu and choose Refine Edge.

And that brings up the Refine Edge dialog box. I'm going to scoot the tree over a little bit so I can see it better. By default, you see the selected region against the white background, but you can change that by clicking on this View option and switching to some other background such as On Black, which is going to work best for us. Then go ahead and click off that pop-up menu to hide it. This is a fairly complex dialog box; a lot of stuff going on, we're no...

Making it better with Refine Edge
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Making it better with Refine Edge provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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