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CHANGE BACKGROUND HOW CAN I CHANGE THE BACKGROUND NOT LEAVING GLOWING EDGES IN THE MAIN SUBJECT

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How do I insert a digital background picture in Photoshop CS5?


Photoshop CS5 is a good tool for change background image. 4 Easy Phrases to Modification Background of Image Using Photoshop CS5.
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How to cut background from th eimage and paste to other selected background?


If the background is a solid color try to use the magnetic lasso, it does wonders, if the object you are trying to select is a square or circle (doesn't have jagged edges) you can use the marquee tool (the dotted rectangle or square). You can also erase the background out.
Before you do anything, I recommend making a mask, so that you don't actually damage the image itself, or you can make a duplicate layer and hide it so that the image is not damaged. Because there are only so many undo's.
A great website to consider is Lynda they offer great advice on billions of things!

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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.
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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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Black Background Around Layer Window


The expanded area outside your document is called the "workspace". You can change this to any color you want by following these steps:

1) Select the color you want, this will make the selected color into your Foreground color swatch.

2) In the tool palette select the Paint Bucket tool (this tool shares the same space in the tool palette as the gradient tool).

3) Make sure your window is large enough for you to see the workspace.

4) Hold down the Shift key and at the same time click the paint bucket in the workspace.

This will change the color of the workspace to the color you chose as your foreground color in step 1.

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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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Filters > Glowing Edges

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I think Magic Wand tool (W is the shortcut) can sort out your problem. :)

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If you happen to have Photoshop: http://www.picturecorrect.com/photoshoptips/backgroundchange.htm
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