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Adding/Intersection/Subtraction (Lasso and Magic Wand)

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Adding/Intersection/Subtraction (Lasso and Magic Wand)

DeAnna S.

Gabrielle R.

- The lasso and magic wand tools allow for a more precise selection and all 3 methods can be used in conjunction with each other. In order to be an effective Photoshop/Gimp user you will need to master these particular skills.

If you have a photo or an object and you would like to select one particular section so that it can be removed or duplicated, you will want more precision in your selection tools. This is where the tools would come into play.

- The Lasso tool allows you to draw a free form shape to create a selection. Just select the tool and then left-click in the image and move your mouse around. You'll see that you can be as detailed or as rough as you like. This takes time and patience, but can be done. Another example would be to select some text that doesn't have a complicated background. You don't need to be as detailed in that case.
- The Magic Wand tool is used to look for differences in color and contrast (pixel differences) depending upon various parameters you set. Click the Magic Wand tool on your left hand side. The Wand is a good tool for selecting objects with sharp edges.