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Image Extracting in Photoshop Tutorial

This is a discussion on Image Extracting in Photoshop Tutorial within the Technical Photography Discussion forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; 1. Open up any image then go to Filter>Extract .. 2. next step using the ...

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    Arrow Image Extracting in Photoshop Tutorial

    1. Open up any image then go to Filter>Extract ..



    2. next step using the brush(green) highlight that lady body and use the paint bucket(blue) to fill in then click OK.




    3. after result.



    4. now create new layer Press Shift + Ctrl + N and rename background -> Gradient tool and fill in








    5. You almost finish now put the lady on top of background layer and select lady pic press Ctrl+J to duplicate the lady picture and select model copy go to Blending Option >Screen > Opacity decrease to 50%.




    6. Congratulation you're done!
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    Cool tips! I am learning so much more about Photoshop. I have been using the program for years and have never used many of these shortcuts or tools. Thanks Darren!

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    I hope some of my tutorial will give a start for beginner who really love photoshop.
    you're welcome Bruce!

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    Any update for current versions of Photoshop? It appears CS5 doesn't have Filter>Extract anymore. I know there's a quickmask tool, but this tut made extract look so much easier haha

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