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Splitting image

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Apr 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023

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What is the quickest way to split this image into 4 parts.

In the end i want 4 separate images.

CL107.png

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Community Expert , Apr 01, 2023 Apr 01, 2023

@Summayah5FC7 unlock the background layer and double click on the layer to bring up the layer style options, use the blend if slider to remove the white background, then use the rectangle marquee tool to select each object, hit ctrl + j to copy it to it's own layer.

2023-04-01 09_36_48-CL107.png @ 24.8% (Layer 0, RGB_8#) _.png

2023-04-01 09_44_45-CL107.png @ 24.8% (Layer 4, RGB_8#) _.png

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@Summayah5FC7 unlock the background layer and double click on the layer to bring up the layer style options, use the blend if slider to remove the white background, then use the rectangle marquee tool to select each object, hit ctrl + j to copy it to it's own layer.

2023-04-01 09_36_48-CL107.png @ 24.8% (Layer 0, RGB_8#) _.png

2023-04-01 09_44_45-CL107.png @ 24.8% (Layer 4, RGB_8#) _.png

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