When you need to draw attention to a certain area of an image in Photoshop, you can create an outline around that area. To do this, you’ll use the Pen tool to create a path around the object. Once you have the path, you can stroke it with a color or pattern of your choice.
There are a few different ways that you can stroke a path in Photoshop. The first way is to go to the “Edit” menu and choose “Stroke.” This will open up a dialog box where you can specify the width of the stroke, the color, and whether you want the stroke to be applied inside or outside of the path.
Another way to stroke a path is to right-click on the path and choose “Stroke Path.” This will also open up a dialog box where you can specify the width, color, and position of the stroke.
Once you’ve specified the width and color of the stroke, click “OK” and Photoshop will apply the stroke to the path.
The easiest way to create an outline around an object in Photoshop is to use the Pen tool. With the Pen tool selected, click around the object to create a path.