Invert selection in Photoshop

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Invert selection in Photoshop

Highlighting in Photoshop is one of the most important functions that enables you to work on fragments of an image rather than the entire image..

In this tutorial, let's talk about how to invert a selection in Photoshop and what it is for.

Let's start with the second question.

Suppose we need to separate a monochrome object from a multicolored background.

We use some "smart" tool (Magic wand) and we highlight the object.

Now, if we press OF THEThe object itself will be removed and we want to erase the background. The investment of the selection will help us in this.

Go to menu “Selection”. and find the post “Investment”.. The same function is called with the key combination CTRL + SHIFT + I.

After activating the function, you can see that the selection has been moved from the object to the rest of the canvas.

That's it, background can be erased. OF THE

So this is a little lesson about how to invert the selection we have here.. Pretty straightforward, ¿eh? These insights will help you work more effectively in your favorite Photoshop.

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