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CreativePro Tip of the Week: Pasting into a Selection in Photoshop

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This CreativePro Tip of the Week on pasting into a selection in Photoshop was sent to CreativeProse email subscribers on January 11, 2017.  Sign up now and every week you?ll get a new tip, plus roundups of new articles, and exclusive deals sent right to your Inbox! Just scroll down to the bottom of this page, enter your email address, and click Submit! We?ll take care of the rest. Now, on with the tip! You can use Photoshop’s Paste Into command to paste one image into a specific area of a different image. Here’s how: Start by making a selection of the area where you want the pasted pixels to appear. Then copy the image you want to paste. And choose Edit > Paste Special > Paste Into (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+Alt+V (Windows) Command+Shift+Option+V (Mac). A new layer with a layer mask is added to the image. Note that the layer and the mask are not linked at this point, so you can immediately move the pasted pixels inside the mask by dragging with the Move tool.

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