Photo editing expert Chad Troftgruben teaches the viewer how to effectively use the quick selection tool in Adobe Photoshop. In Chad's opinion, the quick selection tool is quite similar to the magic wand tool in the same software, except for one major difference: one can select a particular object, even in a complex picture, simply by holding down the left key of the mouse and moving the pointer over the object. Chad also points out that the quick selection tool saves a lot of time and is very easy to use because it doesn't require the user to be very accurate. Also, any over-selection can be easily rectified by selecting the erase option in the tool.
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