Bob Hawkins Posted December 9, 2010 Share Posted December 9, 2010 I have isolated a person in a photograph using a combination of Magic Wand and Eraser. I notice, when I open the resulting .png file in another application, such as Paint, where the background is black, that there are numerous tiny bits that I have missed. This is mainly due to the confusing nature of the grey/white chequerboard, even when I am at 800% zoom, say. Is there any method that I can employ to ensure no such bits are left behind? I notice, too, when using the eraser, that it might take two or three clicks to obtain a completely white square. I do not understand what this is about. Is this supposed to happen? Even more problematical is knowing when part of a greyish background over a grey chequerboard square has been completely erased. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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