The new Object Selection tool, which is exclusive to Photoshop 2022, is one of the most impressive additions to the software. The majority of the effort in choosing the subject in your images is done by you by the Object Selection tool, which makes use of Adobe technology.
Open your photo in Photoshop and select the Object Selection tool in the toolbar on the left (in the same menu as Quick Selection Tool).
Now, hover your cursor over your subject and wait for it to turn blue. (Move your cursor in tiny circles if it doesn’t immediately turn blue.) In an instant, your subject is ready to be selected. Press the shift key while choosing all of the elements you want to keep in the picture and erasing the background material from this point. You can use this shortcut to automatically select each object (showing you the marching ants around each entity). Next, reverse the selection by selecting Select > Inverse (meaning that your background is now selected instead of your objects). You may need to unlock your image so that it is no longer regarded as the backdrop, depending on what you want the background to be (in my case, I want it to be translucent).
Then, to unlock the layer of your image, click the lock on its right-hand side. If there are no other layers, the layer name will become "Layer 0". By selecting the Eraser Tool and making sure your brush is large, you may erase the backdrop. You don’t have to worry about Photoshop losing the selections. If you ever need to reselect your objects, select the Object Selection tool and hover over your objects again.
You can learn how to edit the resulting mask created by the Object Selection tool (if it didn’t get everything in the initial selection).
Best to use: when you want to save time and have Photoshop automatically recognize the route, and when the subject is mostly highly contrasted from the background and has intricate edges. The Magnetic Lasso tool might be a fantastic beginning point for getting you where you need to be quickly so you can spend your time fine-tuning the details if the Pen tool is too time-consuming or you don't want to take the time to sketch out your topic.
If you feel you need to make adjustments to the selection, you can backtrack a couple of steps and redo them to get better results, or use a combination of other techniques listed in this article to get you closer to your desired result.
For more detailed info about how the Magnetic Lasso tool works