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Old 06-11-2008, 09:34
Alex Ross
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Default Photoshop Clipping Path


I am designing a catalog however the photos have a background, for
example the pictures are of shoes but i can see the table the shoe is
sitting on and the background behind the shoe, is there a way to cut
the shoes out in Photoshop so the background is removed?

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Old 06-11-2008, 09:46
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Um, there are MANY ways to do that in Photoshop, but since you asked likely the fastest an easiest would be the Quick Mask mode - just press Q, draw over whatever needs to stay with black ink and when you are done press Q again - it'll turn into a selection and should you press Delete everything outside it will get deleted.

Or you can just draw a path using the Pen tool (P) then Ctrl-click on it in the Paths menu (near Layer menu), invert the selection and delete.

If something is unclear I'd suggest consulting Photoshop help/manual on Quick Mask or the Pen tool.
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