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1) LASSO TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

Lasso tool is used to make a selection in the free form. Lasso tool rarely are used to make a
selection, because the proceeds will not be neat, especially when using the mouse. To get
as many rigorous results requires care and patience

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

1- select lasso tool


2) click the image to set starting point

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


3) POLYGONAL LASSO TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

Polygonal lasso tool, another of its basic selection tools, it allows us to easily draw
freeform tutorials. It allows us to easily draw freeform selection outlines based on
straight-sided polygonal shapes.

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

1) Select the polygonal lasso tool


2) Click the image to set the starting point and close the selection border

3) Press button ‘DELETE’ on your keyboard then press OK

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


4) CROP TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

The crop tool cuts out a defined area deleting or hiding the rest of an image

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

1) select crop tool


2) drag the crop handles outwards to enlarge the canvas. Use the Alt/Option modifier
key to enlarge from all sides

3) after that click the √

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


5) HEALING BRUSH TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

The healing brush tool allows you to fix image imperfections such as scratches, blemishes,
etc. by sampling the surrounding area or using a predefined pattern you can blend the
imperfections into the rest of the image

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

In the toolbox select the healing brush tool


Set brush size and style

On the options bar, select the sampled option


Alt-click somewhere on your image to define a sampling point

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


6) SPOT HEALING BRUSH TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

The spot healing brush is the default healing tool in Photoshop and can be used to clone
areas from an image and blend pixels form the sampled area seamlessly with the target
area. The basic principle is that the texture from the sample area is blended with the colour
and luminosity surrounding wherever you paint

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

Click this at toolbox


Click and drag the area you want to fix

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


7) PATCH TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

The patch tool uses the same complex algorithm as the healing brush to carry out its blend
calculations, except that it uses selection defined areas instead of brush. When the patch
tool is selected, it initially operates in a lasso selection mode that can be used to define the
area to patch from or patch to

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

Click this at toolbar


Point your picture you want to edit and the drag the circle into another place

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


8) CLONE STAMP TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

Clone stamp tool allows you to duplicate part of an image. The process involves setting a
sampling point in the image which will be used as a reference to create a new cloned area.

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

At the toolbar click clone stamp tool


Position the cursor over the area you want to clone and then Alt-click

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


9) BACKGROUND ERASER TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

The background eraser tool is especially useful with photos that contain lots of fine detail
along the edges between your subject and its background like for example, if you want to
erase the sky in an image without erasing the trees below it

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

Select backgroud eraser tool


Select and drag your mouse keep drag until it done

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


10) MAGIC ERASER TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

The magic eraser tool erases all colours within a set tolerance. This is essentially the same
as using the magic wand and hitting DELETE.

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

Click this at toolbar


Click the area you want to erase

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT


11) BLUR TOOL

A) SYMBOL AND DESCRIPTION

The blur tool is used to paint a blur effect. Each stroke made using the blur tool will lower the
contrast between affected pixels, making them appear blurred. A soft blur brush will alter
pixels at varying strengths, stronger in the center turning weaker towards the edges

B) PICTURE BEFORE EDIT

C) PROCESS EDIT

1) In the toolbox, select the blur tool


2) Choose brush size and style and select the tool

3) Zoom the image and drag on the image to blur

D) PICTURE AFTER EDIT