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  1. #1
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    isolating object from a .jpg


    I'm not a adobe photoshop or illustrator user and don't have plans to become a professional level user. I do have access to an illustrator version, CS5.

    I simply need to isolate some objects in a few .jpg pictures and eliminate the backgrounds. Rock, flower, tree, cloud(well defined) etc.

    I took the pictures. They are pretty clear. 1-2 megabytes each.
    Can someone walk me through how to isolate the object then change the background, around the objects, to a single color?

    Please send me in the correct direction if this is not the place for this kind of inquiry.



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    Junior Member masonjohn's Avatar
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    Hello !

    This isn't where Illustrator is sent to a corner by itself for a time out! Isolation mode is one of the coolest features of Illustrator. It's been around since Illustrator CS2, but it's been tweaked a bit in each new version.

    Simply put, isolation mode lets you "isolate" an object, group, or layer so that you can work on the object, group or layer without fear of accidentally changing the surrounding artwork. It's a great alternative to constantly un-grouping items or repeatedly locking and unlocking objects or layers. many Thanks

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