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Tutorial: Extracting images (Transparent Images)
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NexuS
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 12:25    Post subject: Tutorial: Extracting images (Transparent Images)

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Welcome! In this tutorial I will show you a way to extract images.
STEP 1:
Open an image. i chose this:

STEP 2:
Go to Filter-->Extract (or press ALT+CTRL+X)
Setings
STEP 3:
Mark the object you want to extract (in this case, the dog)
Result
STEP 4:
Click on the paitbucket tool, and then click on the center of the object (in this case, the dog)
Result
STEP 5:
Click the Preview button. If you are satisfied with the extract, click OK. If not, Edit the extract, Using the Edge Touchup Tool (T) or the Cleanup Tool (C).
Result
Hope you learnd something today.
see you next time!!!
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Reizenstein
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 02:09    Post subject:

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the only thing i can suggest is that you upload the images so you don't have to click on a link.

otherwise than that... i have a slight problem finding the tool in photoshop cs... maybe thats a reason why i'm wearing glasses... i don't know...
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Jeff
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 05:16    Post subject:

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I think it's in CS2 only, and l can't get the damin thing to work properly only button that's lit up after making my seleciton is CANCEL... lol too annoying.

Cool little tut though, thanks for posting.
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PeterV
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 05:26    Post subject:

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If your looking for the Extract tool it's under the Filter menu at the top of the drop down menu.
When you select it it opens a big mother of a window.

Pete
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Jeff
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 05:32    Post subject:

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Pete, any idea why; after l "cover" the portion of the image l want to extract, l can't hit "preview" or anything, everything but "cancel" is greyed out Confused
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PeterV
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 05:40    Post subject:

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You need to grab the paint bucket tool and feel the area you are going to keep and it should fill the area inside the green outline, I think it's green,,isn't it, with a purple color and then hit the okay button.

Let me know if it works, I haven't used it in awhile.

Pete
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PeterV
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 05:43    Post subject:

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Yup! That was right!
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PeterV
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 05:46    Post subject:

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By the way! Colin Smith had a pretty good tut at photoshopcafe on doing some very precise extracting using that tool, at least I think it was him, I'll check it out.

Pete
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PeterV
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 05:48    Post subject:

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Sorry! It wasn't him. Damn! I know I saw one somewhere..oh well!
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X
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 06:06    Post subject:

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I am pretty sure you can just edit your post Wink
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PeterV
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PostPosted: 25 Jun, 06:08    Post subject:

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Your right! I wasn't thinking.

Wow! I didn't realize I had 4 back to back. Me bad!
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Unicorn99
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PostPosted: 21 Feb, 10:15    Post subject: Re: Tutorial: Extracting images (Transparent Images)

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where do you go to make these I have no idea and this is what I really wanted to make on here:: Question
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