Bring Back Refine Edge in Photoshop CC 2017

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In Photoshop CC 2017, Adobe made a choice to abandon Refine Edge in favor of the all-new Select and Mask workspace. Well, you can still get Refine Edge back if you know the secret, and in this tutorial you’ll learn how to do just that!

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Artem Mokan

June 29, 2020

Thanks man)

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Alil Himam

June 29, 2020

God… Thnx man! 😂Why they hide that!

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ROHIT JHA

June 29, 2020

Thanks guru !!!

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Jess Conroy Photography

June 29, 2020

i click shift when i click select and mask but refine edge dont come up at all

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I VisiBomb I

June 29, 2020

11,111 view, wooh!

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Packing Less

June 29, 2020

Thank you from 2020

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Biscupite

June 29, 2020

you're a genious xD

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Abdulkadir Simba

June 29, 2020

thanks alot

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Robert

June 29, 2020

if you dont have refine edge then you dont have photoshop 😁

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Jennifer James-Long

June 29, 2020

THANK YOU!! You saved my work flow! And I've never seen that Overlay blend mode used like that before. Awesome!

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Md Shoyaib Hossen

June 29, 2020

Sad is it is not viral yet. After all the solution is in this tiny hole.

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FC Tracey

June 29, 2020

You made my life so much easier!! Much appreciated!!! #youtubeMVP

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Akparibo Zephaniah

June 29, 2020

You funny asf man! I love the video

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U Need it Peace

June 29, 2020

I just laughed out loudly the way you brought out the refined edge tool

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Brian Wade

June 29, 2020

I have spent hours with select & mask & presto six mins. with you & all my frustrations disappeared Thank You.

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HowlBeast

June 29, 2020

add key commands on clip.. cant keep up.. not a photoshop user

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fank Zaenurakhman

June 29, 2020

Thanks

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Lianda Ludwig

June 29, 2020

If the selection is on a white background then the only way to not show the white background is to use "multiply" when placing it on another background? I want the selection on a transparent background instead of white. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

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Scott McClenahan

June 29, 2020

No longer works 🙁

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John Robinson

June 29, 2020

Brilliant thank you very much

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Jordan Almaraz

June 29, 2020

Thanks!!! But apparently i am still having issues! I am never satisfied with my photos when i try to cut out a background!

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Rick Matthews

June 29, 2020

Great tip thank you…

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Kevin Holland

June 29, 2020

The overlay tip is clutch. I cutout lots of plush dolls and soft sweaters so that's going to make a high difference in my work. Thanks!

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Zain Abdullah

June 29, 2020

thanks

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stancinovici

June 29, 2020

Thanks man. TIp: you a semi-soft brush when painting in the overlay mode.

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Tarun Juluru

June 29, 2020

Ohh! Thanks for sharing, Sir.
it suddenly blew my mind.
And I think it's a better way to refine edges.

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