Creating Phqtq Objects

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© 2002 Gregory Georges

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© 2002 Gregory Georges

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© 2002 Gregory Georges

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© 2002 Gregory Georges

ABOUT THE IMAGE

California Brown Pelican

Canon EOS D30 digital camera mounted on a tripod, 300mm f/2.8m IS, ISO 100, Fine image setting, f/4.5 @ 1/500, original .jpg file has been cropped and edited, 1095 x 1665 pixels,5.5MB .tif

Removing part of one image and using it in another image is one of the more exciting possibilities made possible by using an image editor such as Photoshop 7. Creating photo objects may be done with one or more Photoshop 7 tools, such as Rectangular Marquee, Magnetic Lasso, Color Range, and so on, and the results of these tools can be improved when they are used on layers or even channels. However, in this technique, you will learn how to use the powerful Photoshop 7 Extract tool.

The objective is to remove the California brown pelican from his seaside view on top of a rocky overlook so that he may be placed in another image. The results of the work in this technique will be a transparent layer containing only the pelican, which may be dragged and dropped onto another image.

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