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Lasso tools
a.Symbol and description of the tools

Polygonal Lasso Tool: Draws polygonal, angular selections. Very useful for selecting shapes with straight edges. Magnetic Lasso Tool:
An edge selection tool that detects an image's edges and automatically selects the pixels around them. Selections are freehand, but
with assistance from Photoshop.

b. Picture before edit

c. Proses edit

d. Picture after edit

2.Polygonal Lasso Tool


a.Symbol and description of the tools

Polygonal Lasso Tool, another of its basic selections tools, is a bit like a cross between the Rectangular Marquee Tool and
the standard Lasso Tool, both of which we looked at in previous tutorials. It allows us to easily draw freeform selection outlines
based on straight-sided polygonal shapes. But while the Rectangular Marquee Tool limits us to drawing 4-sided polygons
(rectangles or squares), the Polygonal Lasso Tool lets us draw as many sides as we need, with as much freedom as the Lasso
Tool gives us to move in any direction we need.
b.Picture before edit

c.Proses edit

d. After edit

3.Crop Tool
a.Symbol and description of the tools

Cropping is the process of removing portions of a photo to create focus or


strengthen the composition. Use the Crop tool to crop and straighten
photos in Photoshop. The Crop tool is non-destructive, and you can choose
to retain the cropped pixels to optimize the crop boundaries later. The
Crop tool also provides intuitive methods to straighten a photo while
cropping.
b.Picture before edit

c.Proses edit

d. After edit

4.Heading Brush Tool


a.Symbol and description of the tools

The Healing Brush tool allows you to fix image imperfections such as scratches,
blemishes, etc. By sampling the surrounding area or using a predefined pattern you can
blend the imperfections into the rest of the image.

b.Picture before edit

c.Proses edit

d.After Edit

5.Spot Healing Brush Tool


a.Symbol and description of the tools

The spot healing brush is the default healing tool in Photoshop and can
be used to clone areas from an image and blend the pixels from the
sampled area seamlessly with the target area. The basic principle is that

the texture from the sample area is blended with the color and luminosity
surrounding wherever you paint.
b.Picture before edit

c.Proses edit

d.After edit

6.Patch tool
a.Symbol and description of the tools

When the patch tool is selected, it initially operates in a lasso selection mode that can be
used to define the area to patchfrom or patch to. For example, you can hold down the
Option/Alt key to temporarily convert the patch tool to become a polygonal lasso tool with
which to draw straight line selection edges.

b.Picture before edit