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An easy way to mask/cut out an object using Photoshop

In this short Photoshop tutorial, we will be guiding you through how you can use the “select and mask” tool in Photoshop. This tool allows you to mask an area within a photography, which allows you to move that mask over to a different background. This same technique can be applied almost any from objects to people.

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  • Program: Photoshop
  • Time estimation: Under 3 minutes
  • Difficulty: Easy

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4 thoughts on “An easy way to mask/cut out an object using Photoshop

  1. Thank you! Nice tutorial! I’d like to add to it.
    When you want to ‘remove’ selection, rather than change the ‘+’ to a ‘-‘ in the top menu bar, you can hold ‘Alt/Opt’ and the ‘-‘ will engage.
    Thank you!

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