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when you have your document opened, look every layer to find little yellow triangle(s), witch means that there is a problem with this(those) layer(s), it can be (more often) the text layers that have fonts that you don't have installed, or a reference file that has been moved from original path.
hope you'll solve that !
If you are a Professional user and can afford it I would use the Primatte Chromokey from Digital Anarchy it excels at removing just about any background even from flyway strands of hair.
Try the demo version first then decide v3.0 now costs $299 (£198)
If you can't afford it and you have only a two-tone background use either Photoshop's own extract filter on CS2 version that does a good job about 70% removal, you will need to use paths and selections to remove the rest.
OR this method below really does work.
1. Open your image 2. Double Click your background layer. 3. Press Ctrl+Shift+N to make new layer. 4. Fill the new layer with any color you like. 5. Move your 'layer 0' up, so now 'layer 0' is on the top layer 6. Make selection with pen. 7. Press Ctrl+Enter to make selection. 8. Click ad mask layer icon. 9. Ctrl+J to duplicate the layer 10. Click the mask icon. 11. Ctrl+i to invert the mask selection. 12. Click your mask icon on the layer palette. 13. Brush with black. 14. Click your 'layer 0' mask icon. 15. Brush with white to reveal the image. 16. Use shift to Select the two layer. 17. Ctrl+G to group it
Other Masking Plugins for Photoshop
You can also create a fairly decent removal using Extensis Mask Pro it has a great interface and makes short work of any complex masking situation its easier to use than the Primatte Chromokey and is just as good if not better than Procreate Knockout
U can do it in adobe photoshop cs3.just marqee select the woman in the foreground.
2)then do 'select inverse'.
3)get the selection into a new layer if u want to.
4)set the foreground color for black or any other color.
6)press alt+backspace on ur keyboard.