How to Create a Clipping Path in Photoshop 2022 [Video Tutorial]
Adobe Photoshop makes it possible to isolate certain parts of an image without changing the layer. This allows you to tweak the photo at any point in the creative process. And if you ever want to undo the edits, it only takes a few seconds. Read the whole article to learn how to Create a Clipping Path in Photoshop.
Creating a Clipping Path with the Paths Panel
- First, launch Photoshop and load the image you’d like to edit. Select the Pen Tool from the main toolbar and start selecting the path around the object that needs to be isolated. Once you’ve drawn a complete path around the object, go down to the Layers palette and select the Paths panel, which has its tab. Click on the triangle-shaped icon located at the top right corner of the panel, and then choose “Save Path.”
- Next, select “Clipping Path” from the same drop-down menu. A new dialog box will appear with a variety of clipping path settings. Make sure your path is selected, and then click OK.
- Now, let’s save the clipping path to our current Photoshop project. Go to the main File menu, select “Save As,” and then choose “Photoshop EPS” as the EPS Options setting.
How to Create a Clipping Path in Photoshop
Power of the Pen:
Trace the Image:
Adjust the Clipping Path Settings:
Save Your Path:
Creating a Clipping Path with Layer Mask
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