On 01/20/2014 03:14 AM, Owen wrote:
What I always do for this is to use the free select (lasso) tool, with settings
"Antialiasing" and "Feather edges" both selected, and a radius of 2 or 3 pixels.
Then I expand the image to 400%, select carefully around the edges, invert the
selection (shortcut Ctrl i), cut (shortcut Ctrl-x), and this produces the
3. Cut the shoes out and paste as new layer on preferred floor
There is a "scissors" tool that is supposed to identify background edges, but I
don't think it works very well.
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