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Copy paste in Adobe Photoshop Ep1033 Adobe Photoshop for Beginners with English subtitles   Complain

hello and welcome to this video tutorial

dorothea from tasty juice comm in this

tutorial we are going to look at one of

the most common tasks performed in

Photoshop copy and paste in the last

video we learned how to make selections

with the selection tools now it's time

to use these tools to build and create

in Photoshop as you create in Photoshop

and work with multiple documents you

will be performing this task a lot to

build your artwork to copy a paste is a

simple task but as a beginner it will

help to know how to perform this task

in this video I will also be

demonstrating a useful way to transfer

creative elements from one document to

another now the best way to learn is by

watching and doing so to help you I have

created this worksheet to follow along

with this video you will need to open

this document I have prepared especially

for this tutorial

this document can be found in the

essential practice folder in the project

folder now you can download this project

folder for free the download link is in

the description so with the project

folder open click essential practice

open the copy and paste folder and open

the copy and paste PSD then you should

have something that looks like this

along the way I will be mentioning some

useful shortcut keys which you can find

in the description and in the shortcut

key page in the project PDF which you

can also download in the description so

here we have this document open and if

we look in the layers panel we can see

we have a layer called bird layer and a

layer called blue base with bird so the

first thing we are going to do is copy

and paste the purple bird from the blue

base with bird layer so I'm going to

come up to the main menu and select the

rectangular marquee tool now with the

tool active I'm going to come over and

click and drag a selection over the

purple bird like so

upon release we will have this dashed

square selection around the purple bird

so in this instance we can see that the

dashed line covers not only the purple

bird but also the yellow and blue in

this instance

we only want to copy and paste the

purple bird so next I'm going to make

sure I have the blue base with bird

layer selected it's important I have the

layer selected before I copy with the

layer selected I can do one of two

things I can either come up to edit

scroll down and click copy or press the

keyboard shortcut command C pressing

command C will copy whatever is in the

current active selection area on the

layer I have selected in the layers

panel now after pressing command C the

selection will still exist in the

document area so once I'm happy I have

copied the area I'm going to paste now I

can again do one of two things I can

either come up to edit scroll down and

click paste or press the command

shortcut command B pressing command V

will paste whatever I copied previous so

I'll press command V to paste now at

first glance nothing has appeared to

have changed now if we look closely in a

layers panel we now have a new layer on

top of the blue base with bird layer we

can see this is called layer 1 now if I

press B on the keyboard to activate the

move tool then click and drag over to

the right you can see that I now have a

new layer with a copy of the purple bird

nice so that's the basic method to copy

and paste in Photoshop remember before

you copy you must have the right area

first created and the right layer

selected press command C to copy and

then command V to paste upon pasting you

will always create a new layer with the

new pasted creative on so that was the

most simplest way to copy and paste

let's try another exercise this time I'm

going to pay close attention to the bird

pair layer so I'll press V to activate

the move tool I'll select the bird pair

layer and click and drag in the canvas

area now we can see that this layer

includes both the blue bird and the

yellow bird these two birds are set on a

transparent layer so this time I want to

copy and paste the yellow bird I'm not

interested in copying the blue bird just

the

Yellow Bird so this time I'm going to

use the polygonal lasso tool so up in

the menu I'm going to select the

polygonal lasso tool I will know I have

this one selected as I can see the lasso

icon with points like so so this time

I'm going to carefully click and draw a

selection area around just the yellow

bird so I have made this rough selection

around the bird as I know this yellow

bird is currently sitting on a

transparent layer so when I copy all I

will copy is the yellow bird and nothing

else so here I have a selection around

the bird so I'll make sure I have the

bird pair layer selected in my layers

panel and our press command-c to copy

then press command V to paste upon

pressing command B I will now have a new

layer in my layers panel directly above

the previous and if I press V to

activate the move tool I can move this

new pasted creative over to the right

like so so what I did there was use the

lasso tool to make a detailed selection

around a specific part of my artwork and

then copied and pasted it just that and

here we had the yellow bird on its own

like so okay so let's try another

exercise so this time I'm going to use

the lasso tool again but this time draw

an area around the purple bird this time

I will press L on the keyboard L is the

keyboard shortcut to activate the lasso

tool now because we use the polygonal

lasso tool last by pressing L this will

act a bit this tool and not the other

lasso tools so I'll press L to activate

the polygonal lasso tool then carefully

draw an area around the purple bird like

so once joined back at the start

I can see a dashed line around the

outside of my purple bird so unlike

previous this time I have made a much

more accurate trace around what I wish

to copy this time I'm going to copy and

paste just the bird

so with my selection area active I'm

going to click on the blue base with

bird layer then press command C to copy

and command V to paste upon paste we

will create a new layer in the layers

panel with the pasted artwork so now I

have the purple bird on a transparent

layer cut out from the layer with the

blue background and I'll move this over

to the right so in this instance we made

a very particular selection to copy and

paste nice so that's the basics to

copying and pasting in Photoshop be sure

to practice those techniques to get a

good grip of them as you will find

yourself using these a lot in future now

these techniques I have demonstrated

work well when you're inside the same

document so what if you were working

with multiple documents and you needed

to take creative elements from one

document to another well let's take a

look at this so for this exercise I'm

going to create a new document now I can

do one of two things I can come up to

file in the top menu and click new

document or I can use the keyboard

shortcut command n on this occasion I

will use the keyboard shortcut command n

upon pressing command n up will pop a

menu for now I'll just click on the

preset tab I'll choose International

Paper and select a4 and click OK upon

click a new document will be created and

here we can see a blank canvas so if we

look on the top of the Photoshop

document we can see we have these two

tabs here so these are here so I can

jump back and forth into other documents

that are currently open in Photoshop so

I'm going to come back into my original

document and on this occasion I want to

copy and paste the big blue bird into

the new document so just like earlier

I'm going to press L to activate the

polygonal lasso tool I'll quickly make a

selection around the Blue Bird now I

have made a rough area around the bird

as I know this blue bird is currently

sitting on a transparent layer

so when I copy it all our copy is the

Bluebird and I think else so next I'll

make sure I have the correct layer

selected in the layers panel the food

pair layer next I'll press command-c to

copy with the bird area copied I'll

click on the tab of my new document with

the new document open I'll simply press

command V to paste upon pressing command

V I will paste in the blood and create a

new layer in the layers panel by

pressing B I can activate the move tool

and move it around like so easy so

that's one way to paste and create it

from one document to the next so next

I'm going to demonstrate another useful

way to get creative elements from one

document to another so I'll come back

into my original document notice I still

have the selection active I'll just

press command D to deselect that so this

time I want to get this yellow bird this

purple bird and this purple bird set on

the Blue Square background into my new

document currently these are three

elements existing on their own layers so

how can we get these specific layers

across into the new document or we can

do this really easy so first I need to

select the layers in the layers panel so

I'll come over into the layers panel

I'll press and hold command on the

keyboard or control for PC users I'll

first select the purple bird layer set

on the blue background then I'll click

on the purple bird set on a transparent

background and then I'll select the

yellow bow by pressing and holding

command on the keyboard this will enable

me to select multiple individual layers

so with these layers selected in the

layers panel I'll press V to activate

the move tool on the canvas area we will

know we have these selected if I gently

click and drag around slightly we can

see we have these layer selected so with

them selected and the move tool active

I'm carefully going to click in the

canvas area

drag up to the tabs at the top like so

now with my mouse held down I'm going to

drag into the new tab next to my current

document now as I move my mouse cursor

into the new tab you will notice the new

document become visible but the mouse

still held down I'm going to move the

mouse cursor into the new document area

with the mouse in the new document area

I will release click upon release the

creative elements will now appear in the

new document and notice in the layers

panel the layers have been carried

across as well so now I can click on a

particular layer for example this purple

bird and simply move that around into a

new place freely so that's another way

of copying from one document to another

now this is one of the most useful tips

I actually use this technique a lot when

transferring creative from one document

to the next so be sure to practice with

this one so that is an introduction to

copying and pasting and transfer and

creative from one document to another in

Adobe Photoshop in the next video we are

going to start to manipulate creative

elements in our canvas area in the next

video we are going to learn how to use

the transform tools in Photoshop see

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