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How to cut the hair likes normal to other layer?

I want to transfer the photo to other background but I can't cut it well because of the hair. It looks like a helmet. Could you help me, please?

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Dear, it is very difficult to cut the hairs as it demands a good practice. But you can use the Adobe photoshop for this, zoom it and use the crop tool to perform this actions, but again, you need an expert or a person with grip over this functions.

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Posted on May 26, 2009

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Hair cutting


hi,
i think you are asking how to separate a person from the ground in a photo, without loosing any hair...
well, first of all, the background has to be unified (green, blue, black, wihte, and then use diferent techniques that you can find in youtube, it is not possible to explain by words and too long !!!

Jul 28, 2013 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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Remove complicated backgrounds from images using Adobe Photoshop


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.

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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

on Mar 08, 2010 | Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC

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Why can I not erase background in my photo?


You can... Create a new white layer. Move the original photo layer to the top. just use eraser, or a combination of select area + delete.

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How can i make my pics look good


Step 1
In this tutorial I used a random picture I picked up from sxc.hu.You can use the same image or another one, it is up to you. Open it in Photoshop
1.jpg
Step 2
Now in the layer pallet grab the background image and drag it to the Create a new layer button. Once you have done this press P which is your Pen Tool and make sure you have set the pen to paths at the top of the page. Now draw a rough outline of the people like the picture below and once finished click your right mouse button and goto Make Selection and click ok.
2.jpg
Now press Ctrl and C and once you have done that press Ctrl and V. You have created a new layor of that image. Name this layer (People).
Step 3
Now click on the layer called Background copy and goto Layer/New Adjustment layer/Brightness and Contrast and set it to Brightness +29 and Contrast +39. Now goto Layer/New Adjustment layer/Black And White and click ok on the menu. Now drag these 2 layers above all other layers. You should have something like the image below.
3.jpg
Step 4
Click on the (People) layer and press P which is the Pen Tool and draw very carefully round the male in the middle and dont forget to get his shadow also. Once you have done this right click on your mouse and goto Make Selection. Now press Ctrl and C and then press delete on your keypad and Then Press Ctrl and V. Now call the new layer (Man) and drag it to the top of all layers.
4.jpg
Final Step
Ok final step. Now click on the Peoples layer and goto Filter/Blur/Motion Blur and set it to Angle 17 and Distance 25px. And all is done.
final.jpg

Read more: http://www.webdesign.org/photoshop/photo-editing/how-to-make-a-normal-photo-look-good.16490.html#ixzz0Z7fa8wIe

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How to cut clear hair in photoshop


Sounds like you want to make a hair mask. If your subject is on a simple back ground, go into your color channels and duplicate the one that is the darkest for the hair. Apply levels to darken even more and then fill in other non hair areas of the head and body with black. Get in close and remove any artifacting around the edges of the hair so it is clearly black and white, no grey or at least try not to have any grey.
Inverse the tones so the hair becomes white and the background black. Make a selection and use it to lift your subject off the background. If you have any fuzzy areas, you can lock the layer and clone hair into them and/or remove them with the eraser or use layer mask.

Jun 15, 2009 | Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC

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Cut image and transfer to transparent background using gimp


Hi Jody,

Gimp can be frustrating, but it's one of the most amazing and powerful free applications out there. You're right...what you're trying to do is very simple, but you need to know a few tricks to get it to work well.

First, you need to use .PNG as .JPG files don't support transparency. When you try to save a file in .JPG that has a transparency, or alpha, channel, you should be prompted to "export" the image by flattening all layers, which essentially replaces all the transparent areas with the current background color (usually white).

Second, there's a tool that's been added to the most recent versions of the Gimp that does exactly what you want to do. It's called the "Foreground Select Tool" and is really simple to use once you get the hang of it. This tool was added in Gimp 2.4, so you'll need at least that version or higher to use it. This tool uses a two-step process: first you draw a rough circle around the object you want to cut out (your daughter), then you "paint" over the foreground object so the tool can sample all the colors you're wanting to extract. This sounds strange until you do it...once you understand, it's really pretty simple. You can read the docs for this tool here. There's also a YouTube video that shows the basic process. Apparently no sound on that video, but at least you can see what to do.

Not sure what was happening when you tried to use the scissors. There are so many variables, it's hard to tell. You probably didn't need the extra step of adding a transparent layer...when you had your selection copied to the clipboard, you could have used "paste into" or "paste as new layer" or "paste as new image" to get what you want.

Let me know if this doesn't answser your question.

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Need to change backgroud color of photo


This really depends on what the background looks like. In all of these cases, however, a good tip is to copy the background layer so that you have a duplicate layer to work upon. This way you can always mask off some of the top layer if you go too far, or mess up too badly, without losing all your work.

That being said, the first step is to select the background. You might try to start with the magic wand if the background is easy to tell from the foreground. Make sure to check/uncheck "Contiguous" if all of the background pieces are or are touching. Also adjust the sensivity of the majik wand (it goes from 0 to 255. 255 is going to select everything, so I'd start with a tolerance of maybe 50 and go from there.)

If the background tends to merge seamlessly, you can try to select the background with the Lasso tool. Just start draggine the lasso tool along the background that you will want to change. You can take it in small chunks as long as you hold down the "shift" key when you start your next selection.

Once you have the background of the photo selected, a good idea is often to make the selection just a little bit blurry so that when you change the color the borders won't be too abrubt which tends to look a bit jarring and unreal.

A good way to do this is "feathering" the selection by 5 or 10 pixels (depending on the size and resolution of your photo).

To do this SELECT>FEATHER and choose between 5 or 10 as your feather radius.

Then on to the final step, changing the color of the background.

I'd tend to use IMAGE>ADJUST>HUE/SATURATION.

Once you have the Hue/Saturation dialog box up, click on the "colorize" button and make sure the "preview" button is also checked.

I usually start by increasing the "saturation" slider, this allows more color into the selection, and enables you to see the effects of the top slider, "Hue"

Slide the "Hue" slider until you get the approximate color you want the background of the photo to be. You can then use the middle slider to add more or less of that hue, and the bottom slider to adjust the lightness and darkeness.

Hope this helped,

Philip






Apr 28, 2008 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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Gifs with white backgrounds


1. open in Photoshop
2. Windows --> layer. Then double click the layer there, click OK the dialog box so that the "background" become "layer"
3. Select the white background. You can use magicwand tool, or if the object you want to keep is not white, you can use "select color--> white"
4. Edit --> clear.
5. safe as gif

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Hi , in cutting hair need to same color of background erase the unwanted curl and trim it by erase hair, click the color back groundand and erase.

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