Delete the background quickly
Use the Quick Selection tool to quickly select the elements that you want to save in the image. The tool looks like a brush with a small dotted ball at the end. This should be the fourth tool on top of the toolbar.
The Quick Selection tool automatically finds the borders near which you click, adding them to the selection:
Click near the borders of the elements that you want to save. Click and scroll through the image, and the details that you want to save that are not the background will be highlighted. Continue until everything you need to save is included in the selection. Continue reading
What will we create
We will create a Photoshop operation that changes the length of our images to 1000 pixels, and then apply this operation to multiple images at the same time. Photoshop automation features such as operations and batch processing have been available for a long time, so you can complete the lesson in Photoshop CS3 and newer versions:
Images for Processing Distressed Paint Overlays for Your Graphics
First, create a new document with a size of 2000 by 1500 pixels. This will give us a workspace for creating an operation for batch processing photos in Photoshop. Continue reading