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2.2. Adding or subtracting selections

When drawing a selection, you can add a part of the image or subtract a part of the selection by holding the Shift or the Ctrl keyboard keys down:

Figure 7.8. Enlarging a rectangular selection with the Lasso

Enlarging a rectangular selection with the Lasso

A rectangular has been drawn. Then the Lasso is selected and a free hand selection is drawn, holding the Shift key down, including a part of the rectangular selection. As soon as you release the mouse button, both selections are added.

[Note] Note

To correct selection defects precisely, use the Quick Mask.


 
 
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