Be zapped The most basic tool is the Selection tool — the one with the Magic Wand, shown in Figure 4-1. The Magic Wand is a bit like a magic wand: It’ll find any objects that have a color close to the color you specify in the Tool Options bar. FIGURE 4-1: The selections tool creates and edits selections. The next tool is the Pencil tool, which when you click with it on a color in the image creates a clean selection around it. Click again to deselect a selection you’ve created. The Brush tool enables you to paint with a set of brushes to change the image’s colors. Brushes are not directly accessible through the Brush palette, as you might expect, but you can locate them by clicking the Brush icon on the toolbar. The Brush options bar is useful, enabling you to change the settings for the Brush. You can also apply a Brush to a selection. The Paint Bucket tool is the familiar paint bucket that you use to paint the areas of an image that you want to remove or replace. The Paint Bucket tool enables you to see all selected pixels on your monitor, making it easy to choose which areas to remove and which areas to keep. Use the “Watercolor” or “Airbrush” preset to create a soft brush (or simply click the Paint Bucket icon and choose a preset). The Eraser tool serves several purposes. The eraser resets selections by erasing them, and the eraser settings enable you to erase parts of an image without erasing the image. When you erase from the edge of an image, it resets the opacity to 100% (so you don’t lose any of the image data). You also can use an eraser to cut away the parts of an image to reveal areas beneath it. When you remove a portion of the image, you also remove the original background color. This technique is handy when you want to change an image’s background color. To erase, press and hold the Alt key and then click the Eraser tool to start erasing. Click again when you’re done erasing to finish.

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