Showing posts with label Clipping Path Services. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Clipping Path Services. Show all posts

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Image Background Removal Services

Background Removing Services
Image background removal services have proved to be quite useful in present times. There are times when you wish to get rid of the background from a particular image in order to increase the visual appeal or aesthetic value. The major obstacle usually faced when you are trying to separate the image and background is that at many times there is a very blurred line of pixels that cause the main image to be separated from its background and it becomes quite difficult to conclude whether a pixel belongs to the background or foreground. This sort of problem may prove to be frustrating and create agitation at times. This is where the skilled workforce of our company an assist you. Each employee at our enterprise is trained in handling such challenges with ease and undertakes each task in a smooth manner. Our company offers photo background removal services to give a spotless and professional look to your images and allow the key subject in the photo to appear prominent and pop up on a solid desirable background. Full knowledge of various clipping tools is possessed by the employees, so they are fully aware of how to remove the background from an image in the best way possible. In accordance to the requirement of the client, they apply the best and most suited tool to bring out the best possible results. The employee’s experience allows them to analyze photo editing requirements very quickly and make a good judgment on blurred/unclear photos. The removal of the background is a very time consuming and difficult task that requires an ample amount of attention. It is therefore recommended to avail our services for the best results. Removal of the background has become very useful in the frequently changing global scenario. We provide high standard services and that too at reasonable prices. Some of the tools/techniques our professionals are familiar with include:
  • Removing the background with the help of the magnetic lasso tool
  • Using the background eraser tool to remove the background from an image
  • Removing the background with the help of the pen tool
  • Using Channel mask to remove the background of a particular image

Saturday, 26 April 2014

What is Clipping Path in Photoshop?

Clipping path is one of the most dreaded task designers try to avoid. But really they aren't that bad once you get the hang of it and get them over with. If you’re not familiar with Photoshop and you’re wondering what this clipping path is all about, here is explanation. It’s a vector line description embedded into your image file that tells the software where to “clip” the photo. It’s normally used to knock the background out of an image, but really it can be whatever you want – shapes, words etc.

The path usually travels along the edges of an image file and can be activated and turned into a standard selection for soft-edge feathering, filtering and all that other great Photoshop stuff. A sample image from the package with pre-built clipping path is shown below.

Clipping Paths are the vector lines that are used to outline a separation between an object and the background of an image. These paths are used in two ways: to select an object from the image, and to hide the background. Every graphic work requires Clipping Paths for the purpose of editing.

Clipping Path stands as a way of isolating an object from the background of the image. Imagine a clay shaper that is pressed into the clay to obtain shapes. Similarly, Clipping Paths are used to cut out objects from the background of an image. These objects are later provided a different background. It seems to be an easy task but needs to be precisely done with a dash of expertise.

Clipping Paths can be used to clip out favorite parts of an image. These parts can then be given an altogether different and interesting background. Clipping Paths are the vector masking techniques that are used in image manipulation software like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, and Corel Draw. It creates a virtual outline around the image that later has to be isolated and extracted from the rest of the pixels that are unwanted or temporarily neglected.