Selecting and transferring objects from one image to another is the main element when creating photo collages. With its help, you can easily replace the background of a photo or make an interesting installation.
Select the image from which you want to cut the object and open it in Adobe Photoshop using the File - Open command.
Zoom in on the image if it's too small with a magnifying glass. Adjust picture settings - color balance, brightness and contrast. Then select the Pen tool.
You will see three squares on the top status bar. Select the middle square with a feather.
Now draw a dot on the border line between your subject and the background. Carefully begin tracing the entire object with dots. The resulting line is movable - hold down the mouse button and drag it - this will make it easier for you to trace the object. To make the picture stand out as accurately as possible, zoom in on the image. Try to move exactly along the border of the object. Do not forget to also circle the inner zones - in this case, these are the zones between the left pigeon's foot and the right pigeon's body, as well as the background triangle between their heads. When you have traversed the entire object, place the pen at the starting point.
A solid gray line appears around the object. Now right-click on the image and select Make selection from the drop-down menu.
A flickering dotted border appears around the image. Now open another image to which you want to transfer the object, or create a new document (File - New …). Then drag the selected object onto another document with the mouse.
Adjust the size of the object if necessary.