Moving and cloning selected pixels


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Moving and cloning selected pixels

In this exercise I'm going to show you how you can move and clone selected pixels using the Move tool, which is this guy right here at the top of the toolbox, you can get it by pressing the V key as in move if you want to. I'm working inside of a catch up document called Selected iris.tif and if you're just joining us, you can load this iris mask right here just by Ctrl clicking on it or Cmd clicking on it here inside of the channels palette and you will have the selection outline that I created and modified in the previous exercise.

I'm now going to go ahead and grab the Move tool and notice that this time, with the Move tool selected, you have a black arrowhead with a pair of scissors next to it. So those scissors are showing you that if you move this selection right now you're going to leave a hole in its wake, and that whole is going to be in the color of the background color right here, which is white by default but could be set to a different color. All right, ...

Moving and cloning selected pixels
Video duration: 3m 28s 12h 29m Intermediate

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Moving and cloning selected pixels provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels and Masks: The Essentials

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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