Photoshop tools are the best are the best gift to every photo lovers as they let you change almost everything to get that amazing shot you’ve always wished. An image can have elements portrayed in the most spectacular of ways but with an awkward background or additional messy elements. Photoshop will solve these problems for you, all you need to do is learn these simple procedures, and you are good to go. Changing the background of your given image is very simple, and the steps below guide you on how to do it.
The initial step is switching to quick mask mode by clicking Q then W to select a quick selection tool. Move to the options bar, select subtract from and change the brush tip size by simply typing the pixel size or use the diameter slider.
The second step involves selecting an option to sample all layers or the auto-enhance that smoothen the edges of the boundary by customizing the edge refinement.
Next, select the brush tool and click on X to choose black color output now that you are in quick mask mode as you paint it will start covering the sky. Often switch back to the white to increase the black color that you might have missed out.
In the next step, exit quick mask then finish extraction by inverting the selection, background removal is now ready. Edit then cut on your subject to remove it from the image. Now you should bring your image to a new layer; press ctrl-J and copy the extraction to a new layer.
Opening your new background involves selecting the whole image by cutting and pasting on your new image. All you need to do now and work so hard on is matching the lighting dynamics with the new background and the new image. Here are the two photos one of before and the one after.
Background changing quite simple but may be very complicated, it is, therefore, important to understand how to adjust the elements of the background and foreground so as to come up with the best results possible.