Photoshop has a quick selection tool, but it’s hidden. To access it, press “Ctrl+Q” (or “Command+Q”) to open the Quick Selection tool.
To access the quick selection tool, press and hold the Shift key and click on the object you want to select.
The Quick Selection tool is located in the Tools panel on the left side of Photoshop. It is a white arrow that has a plus sign next to it. When you click and drag the Quick Selection tool over an area of your image, Photoshop selects all the pixels in that area that are similar to the pixel you are selecting.
The quick selection tool is located in the Toolbox on the left side of Photoshop. It has a drop-down menu that includes several options, including Select Similar, which allows you to select similar objects by their pixel dimensions or color.