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Re: how to have a microsoft photoshop that has a magic...
Microsoft and Photoshop are very different.
Microsoft does not have a magic wand in it's arsenal of apps.
Photoshop does, made by Adobe (adobe.com)
You have 3 options;
- download a trial version from adobe.com
- buy a version, maybe look at the entry-level Photoshop Elements, or
- illegally download a pirated version, where I have not seen a crack yet that does not host something nasty and viral related. - I would strongly suggest against this last option.
If you are lucky, you may well know of someone who has bought a digital camera or scanner resently where it's likely a copy of Photoshop Elements would have come with it. huh, huh...
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You can use the Margue tool to cut a Rectangle or Elliptical shape. This is the tool with a dashed Rectanle on your toolbox. You can right click the Rectangle to reach the dropdown menu to select the Ellipse.
You can use the Lasso and trace carefully around the shape free hand, or the Polygon Lasso to trace around the shape. With the Polygon Lasso, you can click once to place and anchor then click again to draw another anchor with a line between that and the first. Repeat until you reach back to the first anchor.
You can use the Quick Selection tool to 'brush' over an area to select it. You can change the shape and size of the brush in the options. You can also set it to add to the selected area or retract from the selected area.
Finally, there is magic wand tool. You can click an are in the picture and it will select all surrounding pixels that are within a similarity threashold. You can change this threashold in the options at the top of the canvis. You can also choose whether you are adding to the selection or retracting, as with the quick selection tool.
if the part is of similar color, then select magic wand tool or magic eraser tool and select the object that you want.
if it is not of similar color, then use magnetic lasso tool to select object and then delete it. then fill the color of your choice.
First you need to "cut" kiten out using the lasso tool, the quick selection tool, or the magic wand and delete the remainder of the picture by hitting the delete key, then you can put the picture of the kiten on any backgroud you choose.
Hi. Just select the background of the necklace using "Magic Wand" tool in Photoshop, press delete, select "Paint Bucket" tool, select white background using the color picker, then pour white on the selected background.
Photoshop has many kinds of tool to make copy (or cut) and paste, such as magic wand, pen, lasoo, etc. For simple cut & paste, use the simple selection tool, see my picture the left arrow. Click on it then make the selection on the picture you want to copy/cut. Then click copy (or cut) and put your cursor in the place you want to paste --> click paste.
Slice tool is more for making webpage, not for cut and paste.
For detail, you can click "help" menu in the Photoshop.
Basically, in Photoshop use the Magic Wand (press W to select it) to select the unneeded bckground parts and delete them or, more professionally, use the lasso tool (press L) to thoroughly select the objects, then copy them (Ctrl-C) and paste them in the other picture (Ctrl-V).
While selecting with any selection tool, use Shift to add to the existing selection and Alt to subtract from it.