Note that similar actions can be done on GIMP, Printshop Pro and some other Photoshop like programs 😀
HOW TO REMOVE A BACKGROUND IN PHOTOSHOP
Sometimes, you find the perfect image for your needs, but it’s part of another picture.
You don’t want to use the entire picture. A simple crop won’t suffice. You’d really love to extract just that image from the background.
Similarly, if you shop for a stock image at ShutterStock or iStockPhoto, sometimes you can purchase a whole set of similar objects in a single picture, instead of buying each one individually. When the images are packed tightly, sometimes a simple rectangular crop won’t work to extract just one image. What you need to know is how to remove one object from the background.
There are several ways that you might remove an image from its background (or remove the background from an image) using Adobe PhotoShop.
I will discuss two different ways to approach this, and discuss both simple and complex cases.
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