Question: How do I save a selected object in Photoshop?

How do I save a specific part of a Photoshop file?

4 Answers

  1. Make your selection.
  2. Edit -> Copy Merged.
  3. File -> New (Photoshop should automatically suggest a new canvas size to match the selection size)
  4. Edit -> Paste.
  5. File -> Save As (PNG)
  6. Rinse and repeat… ( keyboard shortcuts are handy here)

How do I save a selection as a JPEG in Photoshop?

Using Save As

  1. With the image open in Photoshop, select File > Save As.
  2. A dialog box will appear. Type the desired file name, then choose a location for the file. …
  3. Click the Format menu, then choose the desired file format. …
  4. Click Save.
  5. Some file formats, such as JPEG and TIFF, will give you additional options when saving.

How do I save a path in Photoshop?

Here’s a favorite shortcut: To quickly load the path as a selection, select the path and then press Ctrl+Enter (Command+Return on the Mac). You can also Ctrl-click (Command-click on the Mac) your path name in the Paths panel to do the same.

How do I export a selection?

Select the object you want to save/export and then hit Command-Option-Shift-3 (Mac) or Ctrl-Alt-Shift-3 (Win). This will hide everything which is not selected. Save/Export, then hit Command-Option-3 (Mac) or Ctrl-Alt-3 (Win) to show everything again. Select a new objects and repeat.

How do I use saved selection?

In the Save Selection dialog box, go to the Name field and give this selection a name. Click OK to close the Save Selection dialog box. If you don’t need the selection at the moment, press Command+D (MacOS) or Control+D (Windows) to deselect. You can bring this selection back into view at any time.

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