Discover the Polygonal Lasso Tool for Duplication

Learn how to use the polygonal lasso tool in this tutorial Adobe Photoshop CS.
Magnetic Lasso Tool in Photoshop: In this Photoshop tutorial, we are going to explain to you the use of another selection tool, that is, the Magnetic Lasso Tool. The Magnetic Lasso Tool is one of three Lasso Tools in Photoshop. Magnetic Lasso Tool is an edge sensing tool, which automatically finds and clings to the edges of your object once you click and move your cursor around it. The Magnetic Lasso Tool makes this discrimination on the basis of color differences and brightness levels etc. between your object and its background.

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