Photoshop CS6/CC How To Remove A Background (Quick Selection Tool Tutorial)



Quick tutorial on how to remove and delete a background with the quick select tool in Adobe Photoshop. This voice tutorial will guide you through and show you how to use the quick select tool with some of the shortcut keys you should learn. Quick select tool is in Photoshop CS5, CS6 and CC. This video works with all of them.

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44 thoughts on “Photoshop CS6/CC How To Remove A Background (Quick Selection Tool Tutorial)

  1. I just need to know how you could save an image of JUST the person. Every time I save in this scenario and I paste the photo somewhere else there’s still a white square behind the object.

  2. I have a question. After editing and everyone. There was a part that I have cut in too deep. How can I make the erase be invertible? Like not erasing the picture, but the background. In a sense, restoring the picturing back. Idk if I explained that good, but how can I do this!?

  3. can someone please help me ?
    I need te opposite of this.
    I need the guy to be transparent and not the space around him.

  4. when i press delete a stupid thing pops up saying "fill"
    when i press okey the backround turns white instead of transparent

  5. I have an issue where the quick selection tool has some sort of opacity to it, leaving a faded background. Any way to fix it?

  6. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have watched so many videos to know how to do this, and I wanted to say, thank you for making it easy for me to understand. I got it!

  7. I did this and when I went to see how it looks on a shirt the checkered pattern was still white… Help please? T_T

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