Jessica Campbell
Digital Multimedia Teacher

Making Selections in Photoshop

Technical Tutorial Published 1/22/17 Last updated on 2/28/20

In this video tutorial, students will be introduced to the different types of selection tools in Photoshop and understand how best to use each one. A brief article is included in case you feel like doing a little reading, and then the video tutorial has students practice the tools by selecting various toys and "cleaning up" by placing them inside a toybox.

  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

Age Levels
1+ Day
ISTE Standards
Students: Computational Trainer, Students: Knowledge Constructor
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Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 9/9/19 10:50:43 AM Permalink

Excellent Resource one of the key things students should be good at photoshop as well professional thanks for sharing​

William Cortez

Posted on 5/29/19 4:26:15 PM Permalink

​This resource is marvelous. Thanks for sharing.

Tony Martinez-Malo

Posted on 4/12/18 8:47:44 PM Permalink

​These resources are fantastic!

Rob Kapfhammer

Posted on 5/2/17 1:55:04 AM Permalink

​Great tutorial, Jessica! I learned a lot!

Denise Webb

Posted on 3/9/17 10:52:37 PM Permalink

​Awesome resource! Thanks so much, Jessica. I can't wait to try this one with my high school students, who are preparing for their ACA exam:-)

Barbara Hibbard

Posted on 1/23/17 6:40:26 PM Permalink

​Could you please provide a link to the Video Tutorial? I am able to download the .PDF, the PowerPoint, the Notes Document, and Zipped of one image and a PhotoShop File, but cannot find the mentioned VideoTutorial.

Thank you.

Jessica Campbell

Posted on 2/3/17 2:47:29 AM Permalink

​Sorry about that! I had some trouble getting the video onto YouTube... it was too long to upload here directly. I've updated the post above, or you can click: