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Please could I ask a question I am using the picture attached to cut out one of the people in this image I have used the selection Brush tool but as you can see I have refined the image and you can see part of the fence where the brush went away from the person I can't seem to move it back so the fence is not shown just the person to be removed looking forward to any help with this many Thanks


I have attached original image and the one I screen copied to show how far I managed to get 





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This video tutorial may help. Check out beginning at around the 2:25 mark he uses the modifier key to remove some of the selection & try again.

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Hi Daveg14,



Here is a screenshot, in the context toolbar (where the arrow is pointing to) you can choose to add or subtract from your selection when the selection brush tool is in use. Or hold down the alt/option key to remove from the selection.







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