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Adobe® Photoshop® CS2 Studio Techniques by Ben Willmore

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Zoom In and Fine Tune

Now it's time to use the Zoom tool to check things up close. Just remember that any area that's covered with the blue fill will not be deleted. So, scroll around your image and look for remnants of the old background (Figure 14.37). If you find any, then turn on the Show Fill check box and see if they become covered with blue. If they are, grab the Highlighter tool and cover up those areas.

Figure 14.37. Replacing the checkerboard with a solid color will often reveal problem areas.

If the area is not covered with blue fill, then you most likely have an area with way too much highlighting (Figure 14.38). When that happens, ...

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