Just a quick question....
Y'know when you see something (a physical item not a graphic design) on a webpage and the surrounding background is just white? Well that's what I want to do.
I got Macromedia Fireworks MX 2004 and I could whiten out the background but as it's a curved object I don't really think I could get it spot on without it looking "homemade".
Is there any technique that's used to perfectly whiten out the background of an item.
Or should I use a professional photographer who might have the right materials to get that "all whitened out" background?
Any advice is much appreciated!
depending on what it is:
Photoshop: extraction filter
most graphic programs: lasoo tool, magnetic lasoo tool,
i do it all the time and if you know what your doing/spend enough time you can make some very realistic cutouts on new backgrounds
I usually use the Magic Wand tool to get rid of most of the white. Then, magnify it to about 800% and erase the white pixels around it. If the edges get too choppy looking, I smooth them with the Blur tool.
Thanks for replys guys!
I'll try magnifying it up 1st and see how that goes!
Why didn't I think of that?....
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