Adobe Photoshop Elements 11
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Can I crop an object out of photo and add it to another photo without getting any of the background from the previous photo?
Example: I have an image of a patio set, but there is a background. I want the background to be white. I want to see every part of the patio set, but none of the previous background, including between the legs of the patio set.
- Asked by Crystal B from Milton
- Nov 1, 2012
1 Answer from the Community
You can use the many different selection tools (each tailored to creating a specific kind of selection) in combination to isolate the patio set from the background. Then you can copy and paste this selected area onto a new, blank white canvas. Or, you can inverse the selection (so the background is selected but the patio set is not) and then delete the selected area (the background) and/or fill it with white.
- Answered by Brett N from Beaverton
- Nov 5, 2012