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    Question Removing image background

    How to remove any image background? I've captured a photo with my gf & now just want to remove her.
    How to do? Thanks in advance!

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    There's a lot of ways you can do this. The best way to learn how is to go to youtube and search how to remove image backgrounds in Photoshop, Gimp or the image program you use.
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    using Magic Eraser Tool
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    You can find your answer on here -

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    Hi

    I use the pen tool to trace the object, then make a selection from this shape, and use the selection to 'cut' and 'paste'

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    Depending on the photo and how you want it to look afterwards. Try to think if you want people to figure out that there was something there or just blur or stuff like that.

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    You might find this useful.


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    Step 1: Open your Image. Start by grabbing an image that you want to remove the background from. ...
    Step 2: Select Background Eraser. ...
    Step 3: Tune Your Tool Settings. ...
    Step 4: Begin Erasing. ...
    Step 5: Choosing Effective Limit and Sampling Settings. ...
    Step 6: Quick Mask or Pen Tool.

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    1.Unlock your photo layer and create a duplicate of your photo layer
    2.Create a new layer with a solid background color of your choice
    3.Use the Quick Selection Tool from the Tools Palette to loosely select the parts of the foreground objects you want to keep
    4.Fill in selection using the Lasso Tool
    5.Click on the Refine Edge… button on the top toolbar
    6.Check the Smart Radius checkbox under Edge Detection
    7.Make sure the Refine Radius Tool is active (click and hold-down your mouse button on the icon next Edge Detection to check)
    8.Using the Refine Edge Tool, paint around the edges of the foreground objects you want to keep.
    9.Touch-up your selection with the Erase Refinements Tool if necessary and click OK
    10.Inverse your selection: Command + Shift + i or go to Select > Inverse
    11.Press Delete

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    I tend to use the Content Aware tool. This helps massively in taking the surrounding pixels and replacing your selected area. You've got to get the settings right to do make a good job of it but most of the time it works fine for me. YouTube have some great tutorials!


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