Feathering is Photoshop’s term for “soft edges.” Creating a soft edge around a selection is a nice way to blend images, highlight an object within an image, or adjust harsh edges for web graphics. This document explains two ways of feathering an image in Photoshop.
What does the Feather command do?
The Feather selection command will feather the active selection by a given number of pixels. Feathering creates a fuzzy border around a selection that quickly fades to fully transparent.
What is the shortcut key of feather?
Use function keys
|Fill||Shift + F5||Shift + F5|
|Feather Selection||Shift + F6||Shift + F6|
|Inverse Selection||Shift + F7||Shift + F7|
How do I feather a shape in Photoshop?
Feathering a Selection
- Using a selection tool, make your selection. …
- From the Select menu, select Modify » Feather… …
- In the Feather Radius text box, type your desired feather pixel value. …
- Click OK.
- You can now copy and paste your selection to a new image or an existing image.
What is the use of Ctrl in Photoshop?
Using Ctrl + Click on a layer without a mask will select the non-transparent pixels in that layer. Ctrl + J (New Layer Via Copy) — Can be used to duplicate the active layer into a new layer. If a selection is made, this command will only copy the selected area into the new layer.
How do you use crop tool?
You can use the Crop tool to resize the image canvas.
- From the toolbar, select the Crop Tool . Crop borders display on the edges of the image.
- Drag the crop handles outwards to enlarge the canvas. Use the Alt/Option modifier key to enlarge from all sides.
- Press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac OS) to confirm the action.