PHOTOSHOP CLIPPING PATHS
Digital photo cut-out
The best way to explain the clipping path process is to compare it to a traditional cutout. When you want the subject of a magazine on a different background, you can use a pair of scissors. Clipping path is very similar to this process.
Also known as a “closed vector path,” the Photoshop clipping path technique takes a “deep etch” of the image that allows you to completely remove the subject. Using Photoshop, lines are applied to the subject image so that everything within the boundaries is removed from the overall image. Why has this done to your images? Well, sometimes a background can make an image too busy, and when this happens, it detracts and takes the focus away from the main subject of the image, which can be a problem.
Type of image or need
Example – before
Example – after
To remove background from a product image or any object. make great looking soft shadow.
To clipping path for remove the background. now furniture looks great. isn’t it?
Are Clipping Path Techniques Always Advisable?
Clipping patch technology through Photoshop isn’t always the best course of action. When there are hard-to-define edges on an image then you can use other techniques instead. This includes situations when the edges of an image are fuzzy, when there’s hair involved, or when there’s transparency around the edge of the image.
Why Consider NYCClip?
When you need a sharply defined image, it’s in your best interest to hire professionals. At NYCClip, we have skilled staff that knows exactly how to utilize techniques that can ensure that your image processing jobs are done with a high degree of skill and quality.
How We Execute Clipping Path Techniques
We have many skilled graphical designers on-staff that have years of experience using software like Photoshop to produce top-notch images. Staffers utilize the pen tool skillfully to create a perfectly aligned deep etch and understand other tools such as the magic wand when creating paths.
Not only can our team execute thousands of jobs for larger-scale clients, but we also have no problem performing tasks for people that just need a few images clipped.