That Is, Subtraction Go to Some Unwanted Constituencies; the Fourth Is a Cross Constituency, a Constituency Where Two Constituencies Meet. (4) Tolerance: This Is Often Used, Referring to the Color Proximity of the Image You Select. the Larger the Value, the Larger the Selected Area, and Vice Versa. You Need to Set the Tolerance Value According to the Color of the Place You Want to Select or the Edge of the Area. If the Background Is a Single Color, the Tolerance Should Be Set Larger, Which Is More Convenient and Fast; If It Is Not a Single Color, You Can Use "Add to Selection" and Adjust the Tolerance Value. to Select the Place You Want to Select.
(5) After All Selected, Click the Right Mouse Button Image Manipulation Service in the Selection Area, and Select the "Select Reverse" Command in the Pop-Up Shortcut Menu. After Reverse, the Selected Area Is the Image to Be Cut. Finally, Use the "Layer→new→layer by Copy" Command to Copy the Selected Part into a New Layer. 1.2 Use the "Magnetic Lasso Tool" to Cut Out the Image Principle: Magnetic Lasso Can Automatically and Effectively Identify the Image Boundary and Stick to the Image Boundary. Ideal For: Images with Sharp Borders. Method Flaw: Once the Boundary Is Blurred, Multiple Boundary Points Need to Be Carefully Placed. Steps: (1) Select the "Magnetic Lassion" Tool; (2) Click the Left Mouse Button in the Image to Confirm the Starting Point, and Then Gradually Place Boundary Points Along the Image Boundary, a Line Will Be Formed Between the Two Boundary Points, and Stick to the Graphic Boundary.
If the Path Generated During This Process Is Not What You Want, You Can Press the Del Key to Go Back; When You Find That the Lasso Deviates from the Edge of the Image, You Can Press the Del Key to Delete the Last Anchor Point, and Click the Left Mouse Button, Manually Generate an Anchored Floating Lasso. (3) the Most Important Attribute of the Magnetic Lasso Tool Is "Frequency". the Faster the Frequency Is, the More Anchor Points Will Be Inserted. the More Anchor Points, the Higher the Accuracy, but the More Memory It Takes Up.