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Sun, Jan 26, 2020 2:52 PM

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Photoshop: Automatic background removing

Photoshop is still have not to upgrade his magical function. Yes did you checked https://www.remove.bg/ how this site removes smoothly whole background in a single click? 

Photoshop still does not have a feature like that we used previously some latest Photoshop but when we remove background takes much time to remove and also need to use one or more functions.

When it's a huge amount of snap of photos then it's very much time consuming really try to understand. 

If you release a feature like www.remove.bg single click background removes with smooth hair cut then we highly appreciate it.


Thanks 

Best regards

PSPEDIA

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2 y ago

Photoshop has "select subject". Then you can add mask from selection and that is it.

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2 y ago

The remove bg web site is a good alternative if you don’t have Photoshop; however, the options under Photoshop’s Select > Select and Mask... are more sophisticated.

Are you using an older version of Photoshop when Select and Mask had not yet been introduced?

While remove bg has impressive results, it has limitations when it comes to foreground objects with negative space (like a compact disc or a doughnut).

-Warren

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2 y ago

I wonder if this is really a feature request, or spam for the bg website.

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1 y ago

Photoshop CC 2020 does remove the background of unlocked layers with the click of a button at the bottom of the properties panel.

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1 y ago

Photoshop has a Select Subject button, Menu option (Select > Subject) and in the properties panel as Pierre mentioned there is a Remove Background button which removes the background. Hope that helps!