I’m a newbie with Adobe Photoshop 7.0; I found these instructions on the net. I did the following. But what I’m lost on is how do you take the picture that you removed the background from, and put it on a new image???
Removing a picture from its background.
Open your image, and double click on the "background" name in your layers pallette. This will turn it into a layer.
Open the extract tool: Image>Extract or Option/Alt+Cmd/Ctrl+X
1. Take the marker tool and trace around the image you want to extract. Keep the marker 1/2 way on the image and 1/2 on the background. For solid areas use a small brush, for softer areas like the loose hair, use a larger brush. Tip: to adjust the brush size use the [and] keys.
2. Now take the bucket tool and fill the area you want to keep.
In the history pallette, click next to the image before the extract state.
Select the history brush.
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