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1.

LASSO TOOLS
a. Symbol and description of the tools.

Lasso tool is used to make a selection in the free form. Lasso tool
rarely are used to make a selection because the proceed will not be
neat. Especially when using the mouse. To get as many ngorous
results requires care and patience.
b. Picture before edit

c. Proses edit.

d. Picture after edit.

2. Polygonal Lasso tool.


A. symbol and description of the tools.

Polygonal lasso tool is abit like a cross between the rectangular Marquee
tool and the standard lasso tool. It allows us to easily draw freeform
selection outlines based on straight-sided polygonal shapes.
B. Picture before edit.

C. Process edit.

D. Picture after edit.

3. Crop tool.
a. Symbol and description of the tools.

The crop tool allows you to select an area of an image and discard everything
outside the area.
b. Picture before edit.

c. Edit process.

d. Picture

after edit.

4. Healing brush Tool.


A. Symbol and description of the tools

The Healing Brush tool allows you to fix image imperfections such as scratches, blemishes, etc. By sampling
the surrounding area or using a predefined pattern you can blend the imperfections into the rest of the image.
B. Picture before edit.

C. Edit process.

D. picture after edit

5. Spot Healing Brush Tool.


a. Symbol and description of the tools.

The spot healing brush is the default healing tool in photoshop and can be used to
clone areas from an image and blend the pixels from the sampled area seamlessly
with the target area.the basic principle is that the texture from the sample area is
blended with the color and luminosity surrounding wherever you paint.
b. Picture before edit.

c. Edit process.

d. picture after edit.

6.
a.

PACTH TOOL
Symbol and description of the tools

It offers a quick one-stop solution for repairing large areas of an image. However,patch tool work
doesnt always produce the results that most users expect.

b. Picture before edit.

c. Edit process.

d. Picture after edit.

7. CLONE STAMP TOOL

a.

Symbol and description of the tools

The clone stamp tool acts like a brush so you can change the size, allowing cloning from just one pixel wide to
hundreds.
b.

Picture before edit.

c. Edit process.

d. Picture after edit.

8.
a.

Background Eraser tool


Symbol and description of the tools

The Background Eraser Tool is especially useful with photos that contain lots of fine
detail along the edges between your subject and its background, like, for example, if you
want to erase the sky in an image without erasing the trees below it.
b. Picture before edit

c. Edit process.

d. Picture after edit.

9.

Magic Eraser tool

a. Symbol and description of the tool

To use the Magic Eraser tool you simply click on the background somewhere and it will
vanish. If you only have one layer open, when you click to remove the background the pixels
will be turned into a transparency, in other words there will be nothing there so you'll just see
a chequered pattern.
b. Picture before edit.

c. Edit process.

d. Picture after edit.

10.Blur Tool
a. Symbol and description of the tool

In the Toolbox, select the Blur

Choose brush size and style.

Set the tool's strength.

Drag on the image.

In the Options bar, you can also specify the effect's "Mode".

b. Picture before edit.

c.

Edit process

d. Picture after edit.

Tool.