Extract a person or object from an image: Sometimes you see a specific element inside a photo you saw while surfing the Internet or taking. You want to extract this element from the idea to delete it, replace it with something else, or use it in another embodiment. Regardless of the reason, you can magically separate people and objects from the background in any image using Photoshop, tools scattered on the Internet, or even through your phone via the Google Photos application or Samsung Gallery, but did you know that Windows has an agency dedicated to this task in the first place? Whether you are using Windows 11 or a recent version of Windows 10 on your device, you can separate the image from the background without software.
Paint 3D is a Microsoft application that comes pre-installed on Windows 11 and, recently, Windows 10 that helps users design 3D images – as the name suggests! The application provides impressive features that will benefit the average user, not just designers, such as the Magic Select tool, which we will explain today. The function of this tool is to very accurately select the objects inside any image and then separate them from the background, either to delete it or place it on another embodiment. The tool is entirely free and works just as efficiently as similar professional tools that perform this role.
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All you have to do is right-click on the image that contains the object or person you want to separate from the background and choose from the menu “Edit With Paint 3D” or point the mouse pointer towards the Open with the option, then press Paint 3D to display the image within the application. You can also open the application from the Start menu, click on Open, then Browse files, select from the window showing you the image, then click Open.
After adding the image to the Paint 3D application and viewing it, press the Magic select option in the toolbar above, after which you will be asked to select the part of the image that contains the object to be isolated from the background so drag the four corners to place a rectangle or square around the region or element to be recognized [As shown in the image above] Then, after completion, click the Next button to move to the next step
Now you will notice that the Paint 3D application automatically highlights the object you want to remove or extract from the scene in a blue halo. Still, suppose there are errors or a missing part in the element that is not selected. In that case, it can be identified by drawing a simple line or a circle towards this missing part to be chosen, or if you find a domain that was selected by mistake and did not want it, then click on Remove from the side menu, then select this part that you want to exclude from the element that will be extracted from the image. And after you have finished selecting the object entirely, put a checkmark (✔) next to the Autofill background to blur the part of the image that this object occupied after removing it. Finally, press the Done button below.
You will then see that Paint 3D has extracted the object from the image like Magic! You can move it around and remove it from the picture. So what next? If you desire to isolate the thing from the image and delete it, press the Delete button on the keyboard. This element will be removed from the picture. Since you have activated the Autofill background option, the empty part will be filled with details close to the inside of the image so that no difference makes whoever sees the image know that it is. There was an item removed. You can save the image and share it without problems.
But if you desire to extract the object from the image and use it inside another embodiment, after removing the thing, press the Copy button from the side menu, then press the “Menu” icon in the upper left corner to display the options menu, from which you press Open, then Browse files, and select The image to which you want to transfer the extracted object.
After viewing the image, click on the Paste icon at the top. A paste will be made for the object extracted from the previous embodiment, so you can move it, control its dimensions as you wish, and place it anywhere you want on the image, and after completion, you can save the image. But if you keep the object independently in a transparent picture in PNG format, you will press New from the options menu (Menu) to create a new blank image. After Paste the extracted object, press the Options menu again and choose Save as.
On the next page, select the PNG image format from the Save as type list, then dimensions, activate the Transparency option, and save the image by pressing Save. Thus, I could extract a person or object from the image and add it to another embodiment or save it independently without using external programs.
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