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Remove the colored halo around your selections with the Defringe command.

A surefire sign of a sloppily composited image is a selection with a fringe. Sometimes, when making a selection you pick up some of the background pixels. These pixels are referred to as a fringe or halo. Luckily, the Defringe command replaces the color of the fringe pixels with the colors of neighboring pixels that don’t contain the background color.

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