On 01/21/2013 03:49 PM, RogueRanger wrote:
Select the lasso (actually, any) selection tool in GIMP, check the "feather" and
possibly "antialiasing" checkbox(es), then make your selection. You can adjust
the amount of feathering; the feathering will approximately bridge the selection
line, so the selection will include roughly r/2 pixels outside the line and r/2
inside, where "r" is the feathering "Radius". The number "r" can be as small or
as large as you like, in tenths of a pixel.
When I make these, taking stock photographs and using the lasso selection tool
in CS4, I have an option by right clicking on my selection and choosing
'feather' which softens the edges of the selection and makes it look less like a
simple cut out. Does anyone know how to achieve the same result with Gimp?
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