To make multiple selections on Photoshop, regardless of the tool you are working with (magic wand, lasso polygonal, marquee, etc), simply press the SHIFT key and select other items of your choice.
The Magic Wand tool is a selection tool. It allows you to quickly select areas of your images and make independent edits to it. It’s most used often to select solid backgrounds and color areas.
Tolerance, Contiguous, and Anti-aliasing are the three options used with the magic wand tool.
The Magic Wand Tool, known simply as the Magic Wand, is one of the oldest selection tools in Photoshop. Unlike other selection tools that select pixels in an image based on shapes or by detecting object edges, the Magic Wand selects pixels based on tone and color.
You can access the Magic Wand Tool by typing “W.” If you don’t see the Magic Wand Tool, you can access it by clicking on the Quick Selection Tool and selecting the Magic Wand Tool from the dropdown.
All actions will undo after the selected status, All actions will be deleted before the selected status. The selected status will be deleted.
When you click in a layer with the Magic Eraser tool, the tool changes all similar pixels to transparent. If you’re working in a layer with locked transparency, the pixels change to the background color. If you click in the background, it is converted to a layer and all similar pixels change to transparent.
Transform is used for Smart objects and Text layers, whereas Position is used for rasterized layers, Position is used fa Smart objects and Text layers, whereas Transform is used for rasterized layers.
Like feathering, anti-aliasing softens the selection’s edges slightly so that they blend better, though with anti-aliasing you can’t control the amount of softening Photoshop applies.
Contiguous will select a color until it reaches another color and confine the selected area to the one color. Anti-alias will smooth the jagged corners of the selection, and it is a best practice to use this selection whenever the Magic Wand tool is being used.
The Magic Wand tool selects adjacent pixels based on their similarity in color. The Tolerance value determines how many color tones the Magic Wand tool will select. The higher the tolerance setting, the more tones are selected.
By selecting the layer and pressing Ctrl + C to copy and Ctrl + V to paste it in another document.
Select the Magic Wand tool from the toolbox and then left-click the object that you want to cut out. This creates a selection around the area that you have clicked. Hold down “Shift” and click an adjacent section of the object if the entire object was not covered by the selection.
Use the “Magic Wand” tool to select the color you wish to change. The next step is to open the replace color box. Go to Image > Adjustments > Replace Color. After the Replace Color box is open, you may have to select the color that you want to change in the image.
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