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Step by step:
0:22 – 0:32 : What you need in order to do Refine Edge. A High quality photo, and Photoshop CC.

0:49 – 1:05 : Duplicating the main layer and turning off the visibility.

1:06 – 1:38 : Selecting a photo for Refine Edge and the methods of Selection.

1:39 – 1:57 : The Quick Selection tool and removing/adding the selection. (To subtract, hold down the Alt button while using your brush. To add, hold down the shift button.)

1:58 – 2:07 : Where to find the “Select and Mask” (Refine Edge Button)

2:08 – 2:21 : The Refine Edge tools and view modes.

2:21 – 2:38 : Smart Radius and how to use it

2:39 – 2:58 : The Refine Edge brush and how to use it

2:59 – 3:19 : The Black & White View Mode, adjusting the Smooth, Feather, and Contrast options, and how it affects your image

3:20 – 3:43 : Using the Decontaminate Colors option and the finished product.

Keyboard shortcuts for Photoshop:
Marquee Tool (M)
Lasso Tool/Polygonal Tool (L or Shift + L)
Quick Selection/Magic Wand Tool (W or Shift W)
Pen Tool (P)


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