Object Selection in Photoshop


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This course is dedicated to anyone who wants make money as a graphic designer or pick up graphioc designing as a hobby. This course teaches you the basics and secrets of object selection  which is a great foundation for graphic designing, specifically to make money. 

My name is Bob Banda and I will teach you how to make money via graphic designing. 

What you’ll learn

  • The tools available in Photoshop for object selection 
  • Get ready to start making your own flyers, t-shirts, logos and so on. 

What is the target audience?

  • First time experience with Photoshop 
  • Beginner and Intermediate Graphic Designers 

What you will need?

  • A Laptop/Computer 
  • Photoshop CC 


Learning graphic designing as a beginner can be very intimidating. There are a lot of tutorials, documentation and advice already out but how do you start and proceed with learning graphic design using Photoshop is unclear.  You get pulled into many different directions and end up confused and overwhelmed.


Quick Selection

Quick Selection

The first lesson is Quick Selection, that teaches you how to use the Quick Selection Tool in Photoshop. All the images used in the lesson are in the course material section. 

The Pen Tool

Introduction To The Pen Tool

Here's an introduction to another popular object selection tool, the Pen Tool. 

How to Use the Pen Tool

Now that you have had an introduction of the Pen Tool, here is how you can use it. 

Selection Secrets

Selection Secrets

Learn some selection secrets to help make object selection easier and more effective. 

Selection Practice

Selection Practice

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