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To separate an image from its background in Photoshop, start by outlining the image you want using the lasso or pen tool. Next, click on Edit, then Fill to open the Fill Window and select Content Aware to remove the image and fill in the background behind it.
While editing an image, choose Select > Subject. While using the Object Selection tool, click Select Subject in the options bar. While using the Quick Selection or Magic Wand tools, click Select Subject in the options bar.
Click on the contents of the layer you want to auto-select, and then release the Ctrl / Command key to turn Auto-Select back off. To auto-select multiple layers, press and hold Ctrl (Win) / Command (Mac) to temporarily turn Auto-Select on, and then add the Shift key.
Click each corner of the piece that you want to separate and then double-click to select the area that you have outlined. Click "Layers" in the menu bar and click "New" to open a new cascading menu. Click "Layer" to split off the selected part of the image as a new piece.
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