The Eraser tool has a cool friend, the Magic Eraser tool. It erases pixels of a similar color, replacing them with transparency. (If you’re working on a background layer, it’s converted to a regular layer and the pixels are replaced with transparency.) Select the tool, click on the color you want to erase, and voilà!
How do I remove pixels in Photoshop?
Erase with the Eraser tool
Select the Eraser tool . Set the background color you want to apply if you are erasing in the background or a layer with locked transparency. In the options bar, choose a Mode setting. Brush and Pencil set the eraser to act like those tools.
How do you select everything on a layer?
Ctrl-clicking or Command-clicking the layer thumbnail selects the nontransparent areas of the layer.
- To select all layers, choose Select > All Layers.
- To select all layers of a similar type (for example all type layers), select one of the layers, and choose Select > Similar Layers.
How can you remove an unwanted layer in Photoshop?
First, open any layered Photoshop file and hide a few layers if you don’t have any hidden already. Then, in the Layers Palette, click on the little arrow in the upper right and select “Delete Hidden Layers.” That’s it!
How can you instantly hide or show all panels?
To hide or show all panels except the Tools panel and Control panel, press Shift+Tab.
How do I remove all but one color in Photoshop?
Pull down the “Image” menu, click “Adjustments” and select “Hue/Saturation.” Slide the “Saturation” bar all the way to the left, removing all the color from the picture except the selected areas. Click the “OK” button.