How do I adjust magic wand selection?
- Select the Magic Wand tool in the Tools panel.
- Click the portion of the image that you want to select; use the default Tolerance setting of 32.
- Enter a new Tolerance setting on the Options bar.
Regarding this, how do I make my magic wand tool more accurate?
Use the Magic Wand tool
- Select the Magic Wand tool.
- (Optional) Set Magic Wand tool options in the Tool Options bar:
- In the photo, click the color you want to select.
- To add to the selection, Shift+click unselected areas.
- Click Refine Edge to make further adjustments to your selection and make it more precise.
Furthermore, how do you change the color of your magic wand? Use the "Magic Wand" tool to select the color you wish to change. The next step is to open the replace color box. Go to Image > Adjustments > Replace Color. After the Replace Color box is open, you may have to select the color that you want to change in the image.
Secondly, how do you select more with the magic wand?
Do any of the following:
- To add to the selection, Shift-click any unselected areas.A.
- To subtract any areas from the selection, hold down Alt/Option and click them.
- To select additional, noncontiguous areas of a similar color or shade based on the current Tolerance value, right-click in the document and choose Similar.
How do I get rid of magic wand lines?
Go to "Select" > "Deselect" or hit "Ctrl" + "D" after you are through using the selection.