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Tips and Tricks: Cutting Background Out in Photoshop

October 21, 2014
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We’ve all needed to remove an image from its background for one reason or another. Do it well, and the effect can be stunning. Get it wrong, and your design looks amateurish and just plain bad.

Spoon Graphics’ article, The Ultimate Guide to Cutting Things Out in Photoshop, contains a wealth of tips and techniques for removing the background from an image while working in Photoshop. From Quick & Dirty to Pro Tips, you’re bound to learn something.

Photoshop Elements users may find How to Remove Backgrounds in Photoshop Elements useful.

If you prefer Paintshop Pro, this Removing the Background tutorial will help.

There’s How to Erase a Background in Corel Draw (video) for those using that graphics editing software.

And finally, How to Remove a Background From an Image in Gimp.

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