Background Remove in Photoshop

background remove using photoshop
10Feb, 2020

Background remove with pen tool

Background Remove with Pen tool: Pen tool(P) is the most useful tool in Photoshop. The Photoshop pen tool allows us to draw paths in a detailed way and with complete possibilities, making both straight and curved. In addition, the pen has the peculiarity that allows us to alter a path once made or, if we are wrong, go back with the edit-undo command. It is a very useful tool for doing various things with Photoshop, not only paths or complex silhouettes but also uses advanced selections. To start operating with the Photoshop pen tool we can select it and click on any part of the image.

With this, we will place the first point of the path. Then we can click on any other part of the image and we will place a second point, creating a path that goes from the first to the second point placed. We can continue putting anchor points and the path will be drawn, based on straight lines, between the different anchor points that we have been putting. If the path is complete. Then you select the path{Ctrl+Enter}. Then press (Ctrl+J) creates a new layer from the selection area’s layer. You could see that removed the background area from a new layer.

Background remove with rectangular marquee tool

First open photoshop software in your pc. Then select the “Rectangular Marquee(M)” tool on the left side menu. Click the left mouse button on the canvas, then drag the mouse to create a rectangle. A rectangle with stripes shows your selection. Release the button when the rectangle has the correct size and shape and press {Ctrl+J} from the background layer. Then you can see open a new layer from the background layer and you also see that removed background area this layer.

Background remove with  Elliptical marquee tool

Select the Elliptical marquee tool from the side menubar. Place the cursor at the point of the image where the corner of the imaginary rectangle should appear with an inscribed ellipse, and press the left mouse button. With the left button pressed, move the cursor diagonally to the opposite corner and release the button. To select a circular area, you must make the selection by pressing the key{Shift}. Then press (Ctrl+J) create a new layer from the Selected layer. You could see that removed the background area from a new layer.

Background remove with  Lasso tool

Select the Lasso tool{L}. Lasso tool used to make a selection area with any mouse movement. To start it, we activate it from the Photoshop button and then click anywhere on the image. If finished drawing the selection area then release the button. Then press (Ctrl+J) creates a new layer from the Selected layer. You could see that removed the background area from a new layer.

Background remove with Polygonal   Lasso tool

Select the Polygonal Lasso tool by the floating menu. Place the cursor at any point near the object and press the left button – it will be the first fixation point. Continue putting the fixing points in this way until the entire object is contoured, and close the contour. With this, we will get a selection consisting of lines between the marked points, which form a polygon. Then press (Ctrl+J) creates a new layer from the Selected layer. You could see that removed the background area from a new layer.

Background remove with Magnetic Lasso tool

First Select the Magnetic Lasso tool. Place the cursor on the edge of the object to be selected. Press the left button and start dragging the cursor along with the object. Pay attention to the fixing points that appear when you contour the object or when you click. If a fixing point is not correct, you can remove it by pressing the ( Delete) key and continue the object of the preceding point. Then press (Ctrl+J) create a new layer from the Selected layer. You could see that removed the background area from a new layer.

Background remove with Quick Selection  tool

The use of quick selection is very simple. Its keyboard shortcut is the letter  W. As if it were a brush, click and drag the area you want to be selected. The selection will progress, covering what the program considers to have a similar hue and texture. Of course, it will not always be right, so you must add and subtract selection to hurry it as much as possible. Remember that to add selection you will simply have to press and drag in the different areas that remain to be selected, and to subtract selection you must do the same but with the (‘Alt’) key pressed. Then press (Ctrl+J) creates a new layer from the selection area’s layer. You could see that removed the background area from a new layer.

Background remove with Magic wand  tool

Select the Magic Wand tool from the Toolbar. Place the cursor on the pixel and press the left button. As a result, an outline will appear around the pixel. It is possible to add, subtract and intersect selections. To add an area to the existing selection, press {Shift} the key before using the selection tool and having it pressed to make a new selection. To subtract an area from the existing selection, press the key {Alt} before using the selection tool. If would be complete the selection area. Then press (Ctrl+Shift+I) creates a new layer from the Selected layer. You could see that removed the background area from a new layer.

Background remove with background eraser   tool

Select the Background Eraser tool {E}. In the Layers palette, select the layer that contains the areas you want to delete. In the options bar, choose a mode setting. The brush and pencil define the eraser to act like these tools. For Brush or Pencil modes, select a preset brush and set the Opacity and Flow in the options bar. To delete returning to a saved state or snapshot of the image, click in the left column of the status or snapshot in the History panel and then select Delete to history in the options bar. Drag across the area you want to delete.