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Eliminating background from my mannequin foto

How can i eliminate the background of the foto i took like that of a mannequin, tried cropping but to no avail, the floor where my mannequin stand still appears,and the background of my wall. want to extract the image of the foto only without its background.what software is appropriate? pls. help...thank u..

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I need to know how to get a 2 seperate pictures in one picture


hello,
try it in photoshop again,

1) Open the picture in Photoshop, Click on the LASSO tool or press "L",84c084e.jpg


2) Select the picture by clicking node by node, every edges of your picture, join the starting point and the endgin point to make the selection,
it will look like this,
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3) Now copy the selection (ctrl+C)
4) Then press Ctrl+N to make new canvas, make the dimensions of the canas accordingly

5) Now paste the selection into new canvas by pressing Ctrl+V,

6) Crop another picture using above steps and paste it into the new canvas,

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7) now the final step is Open any cool background image which you wan to put in the background of your pictures, Open it in photoshop, press Ctrl+A(select all command) and paste in the new canvas, make sure to drag the background layer in bottom of all layers, and transform if you want to change its size using ctrl+T,
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Tadah!!!!

I have made it in hurry, so sorry for the rough edges in picture :)
Enjoy!

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I want to learn the basic of photoshop cs2 .


There are also the "Dummies" books, and Adobe publishes an excellent guide called "Classroom in a Book" for Photoshop.

Check Amazon.com for great prices on books of this kind.

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there should be a box to allow you to enter figures for the margins in the setup print job bottom margin etc put a figure in here usually centimetre or millimetres adjust untill your perfect print test page
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Cropping


if ur background color has a contrast from bottle color, first select COLOR RANGE command and click on hte bottle of wie and select ok.

2)If u want to refine ur selection further, then SHIFT CLICK on the areas u want to select and ALT CLICK on the areas u don't want to select. using color range command.

3)u can also select it through magic wand and quick selection tools.

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RE: Crop


yes take the image you want to copy...go to select...all
then go to edit, copy click on the other image and go to edit. past. if you are wanting to take an image and change the background completely you can...

take the layer of the image you want to use, use the poligonal tool and select around the object, you can then copy it using the copy instuctions above, then you can past it into the other image.

for more step by step guides you can go to: http://www.good-tutorials.com/

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APRENDER A MANEJAR PHOTOSHOP SOLO PARA GUARDAR FOTOS


Bajar fotos? Te refieres a abrirlas en Photoshop y luego guardarlas formato photoshop?

Si esto buscas, solo tienes que abrir el programa y seleccionar open, luego buscas la foto y le das a open.
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Buscas la foto y le das un 'right-click' y le das a abrir con -- seleccionas photoshop.

Una vez tengas la foto en la aplicacon, para guardarla vas a l mismo menu y le das a guardar. Se te guardara formato photoshop.

Si quieres guardarla con otro formato entonces le das a save as y seleccionas el formato que quieras.

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Indesign Crop Mark and nudge


To crop or straighten images in Camera Raw
In the Camera Raw dialog box, select the Crop tool or Straighten tool .
(Optional) If you want the crop area constrained to specific proportions, click the Crop tool icon and choose a proportion from the pop‑up menu. Choosing Custom opens the Custom Crop dialog box, where you can specify the proportions or the dimensions of the crop. Click OK.
Do one of the following:
To crop the image, drag the Crop tool over the image.
To straighten the image, drag the Straighten tool in the preview image to establish what’s horizontal or vertical.
(Optional) To adjust the crop area, do one of the following:
To scale or rotate the crop area, drag just outside the bounding box handles.
To move the crop area, click in the bounding box and drag.
If you selected several images in the Camera Raw dialog box, they are all cropped to the same size, with the crop applied in the same position.
Note: To cancel the crop operation, press Esc with the Crop tool selected or click the Crop tool and choose Clear Crop from the pop‑up menu. To cancel the crop and close the Camera Raw dialog box without processing the camera raw image file, click the Cancel button or deselect the Crop tool and press Esc.
Click Open, Done, or Save to apply the crop and process the camera raw image file.

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