Using the Selection tools for visual dissection


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Using the Selection tools for visual dissection

One other feature working with an image is that we are able to do, in a way, a visual dissection. Here we are going to identify the area of adventitia, and then invert the selection and remove all nonadventitial tissue so we can visualize the adventitia as a standalone tissue layer. If you are working along with me, open TC_Normal20x.tif, found in your Chapter 10 Exercise file folder. So we'll use our Quick Select tool. And we will increase its size by using the left square bracket. And now we are going to paint our adventitia and we are going to continue modify our Quick Select tool so it always fits within the adventitia. Now if it grabs the media like that, we want to remove that. So we can select the Subtract From Selection and we can remove the media.

And we are just going to continue to grow our selection so it encompasses all of adventitia. Again, cleaning that up and you can also use the Option or Alt key on Windows to correct. And we'll continue to add the adventitia ...

Using the Selection tools for visual dissection
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Using the Selection tools for visual dissection provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Eric Wexler as part of the Photoshop CS3 Extended for BioMedical Research

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