Launch Adobe Photoshop, load the desired file, and click on the toolbar, one of the icons relating to the selection tools the selected image area - there are three and each contains a few different variations of the instrument. To switch varieties of each tool, click its icon with the left mouse button and wait for a drop-down list, and then click the desired option.
Select the image area using the selected tool, and then copy it to the clipboard. If the selected area contains an image that consists of several layers, open a menu in Adobe Photoshop in Editing" and select "Copy combined data. You can do without the menu - this command is assigned to "hot keys" Shift + Ctrl + C. If you are only interested in the part of the image that is hosted on one of the layers of a multilayer document, make sure that the layers palette is highlighted is the one that you need and select in the menu "Edit" the item "Copy" or use Ctrl + C. Also it is necessary to act, and if within a document there is only one layer.
Create a new document. To invoke the corresponding dialog can be opened in menu "File" and select "Create", and you can just press Ctrl + N. In the Launchpad dialog will already be marked with the height and width that match you copied to the clipboard region, so just click "OK"button.
Paste the copied area in the generated document. This can be done by selecting visible in the section "the Edit" Paste command, you can press Ctrl + V.
Save the new document containing the image of the selected region of the original image. This can be done in the menu "File" select "Save" or "Save as". Hot keys that correspond to these commands - Ctrl + S and Ctrl + Shift + S. If you want before saving to choose the optimal ratio of quality and size of the generated file, then select "Save for Web & devices (Alt + Ctrl + Shift + S).
Advice 2 : How to copy to a new layer
Ways to copy the entire layer or any selected part of it in Adobe Photoshop a lot. You should choose based on the specific tasks and your own preferences.
You will need
- Graphic editor Adobe Photoshop
Select the image on the active layer, which need to copy to a new layer. This can be done using any of the selection tools - Rectangular (oval) area in any of the three types of "Lasso", "Magic wand" or "Quick selection". These tools are divided into three groups, and active in each group is always only one, and can be selected by pressing the corresponding hot key: a rectangular or oval selection - shortcut M lasso tool - L key, magic wand or quick selection - by pressing W. Also, if you can select all the image, you can use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + A.
Copy in RAM selection. The easiest way to do a CTRL + C, but you can open the menu Edit and select copy.
Paste the copied region into the document. To create a new layer is not necessary, the editor will do it myself. Inserts assigned hot keys CTRL + V.
The function insert the image copied in RAM of the computer can be used not only inside the graphic editor. Exactly the same will be inserted in the specially developed layer and the image copied in any other program. For example, you can make the window of any program (for example, open in a browser page), pressing ALT + Print Screen and then switch into the open document in Photoshop and paste this image into a new layerby pressing CTRL + V.
If you want to create on a new layer, clone, including all applied effects to it, then drag it with the mouse on the icon "Create new layer" in the layers palette. Drag can be replaced by pressing CTRL + J.
You can drag and drop layers between open documents in the other. Open two pictures and put them together. If you pictures are placed on the tabs, open menu, section "Window", go to "Organize" and select "Mosaic". Then simply drag the desired layer from the layers palette of one document into the other window. This way you will create a copy on a new layer.
Another way to copy layer command duplicate Layer > Duplicate. From a previous command the redundancy is characterized by the fact that when you duplicate, you can send a copy of the layer in any other file, open in Photoshop.
How to duplicate layers in Photoshop? Answer: in order to duplicate the layers needed in the layers palette to get to the desired layer and press Ctrl+J.