How to Temporarily Hide a Selection with Photoshop Layers


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Temporarily hiding a selection

When you create a selection, the selection is actually displayed as what's often referred to as a marching ants display. It's a dashed line that's animated. And that presentation can certainly be very helpful. It shows you where the selection begins and ends. But it can also be a little distracting at times. Sometimes you might want to hide it from view. And there's a very quick and easy way to accomplish exactly that. I'll start off by creating a selection. In this case, just a selection of the sky. So I'll choose the Quick Selection Tool and then I'll drag across the sky in order to create a selection of that sky. And perhaps I'm evaluating a portion of that selection. Trying to make sure that the selection edge follows exactly along the area that I want it to, at the edge of the rock versus sky in this case for example. But I'm finding that the selection display is getting in the way. I can't really see very clearly exactly where the rock versus the sky beg...

Temporarily hiding a selection
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Temporarily hiding a selection provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CC Selections and Layer Masking Workshop

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