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Extract image using Elements 5
Do you have a release date yet for your new book The Hidden Power of Photoshop
Elements 5 ? and also the Hidden Power 100 tool set ?
At the moment I am using Elements 5 and have been watching a Photoshop tutorial for Extracting a person with Whispy fly away hair from one background and placing them on a different background.
Elements doesn't appear to have the same functionality in this area.
For example the Background Eraser tool doesn't have the Protect Foreground
colour function like Photoshop does.
Is there a Workaround for this problem ?
Please could you tell me the best way to extract the person using Elements 5 ?
Thanks for your help
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