Transform a selection Photoshop Layers


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Transforming a selection

Sometimes, at first glance, you might think a selection is going to be very easy to create. And then you run into a little bit of difficulty. And I think this image represents a pretty good example. When I initially saw this image and decided I might like to extract the logo in the center here, I thought, oh, well I'll just use the eliptical marquee tool since the shape Is an ellipse and that didn't work out so well. But, let's take a look at how we can fine tune a selection when we run into this type of situation. I'll start off by choosing, in this case, the elliptical marquee tool and then I'll simply click and drag image in order to define that selection. And while I'm working, in other words, while I'm still holding down that mouse button and dragging the selection around.

I can press and hold the spacebar in order to move the selection, and then release the spacebar in order to adjust the overall size and shape of the selection. But, of course, you can see that the...

Transforming a selection
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Transforming 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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