The Copy Subject tool in macOS lets you lift the subject from the background of a photo or remove the background and leave the subject. You can use this to do a variety of things like make social media profile pictures, Contacts images, iMovie overlays, better presentation backgrounds and more.
Gary - Really appreciate this. I "sort of" knew about Copy Subject but had never tried it out. Now you've motivated me to play around with it. Very useful - thank you.
A careful and precise, concise all-encompassing presentation of topics is rarely found on the Internet. You always succeed brilliantly in this with every topic. And so, once again, I was able to try something generally useful that I might not have stumbled upon otherwise. Many thanks for that!
I copied a page using Firefox "screenshot" then "save full page"
i pasted into Notes and got a perfect copy. Much better quality than print to pdf. Thanks Gary
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I went through and tried this on many photos in my Photo app on my MacBook Pro which is running Ventura 13.1 and I never got that "Copy Subject" when I right-clicked. Any idea why it is missing from my menu? Thanks!
Figured it out! I was using the thumbnail and not the full photo. Oh my! It's been a long day! Thank you for this wonderful tip.