Photoshop Image Neck Joint Service

Photoshop Image Neck Joint Service

Image Neck Joint Service

Photoshop neck joint service online based fashion house is appeared day by day, for this reason, it’s attracted the consumer’s through display products online. You know that basically the neck joint service used for garments product and it’s a combine image parts like body part and neck part.
Since, we are working a long time on this field so involved with many online shops, garments factory and buying houses of all over the world. Different type of images needed this service like the shirt, t-shirts, women skirt, lady t-shirts, sweater, party dress, polo shirts, girl jackets, children cloth and many other clothing items.

What is Neck Joint?

Image neck joint/photo neck joint is a common photo editing service. We are living in a period where invisible models are bought into reality. This is viable to bring an invisible model to visibility or image neck joint/ghost mannequin through different photo editing software as like adobe Photoshop. The image neck joint is the technique is obviously an innovative concept to make invisible apparels or garments product to visible.

We work with

1. Online shop
2. Garments retailers
3. Fashion photographers
4. News and magazine sites
5. Clothing photographer
6. Advertising agency etc.

Why with us

We are expert on this field and working a long time ago and special neck joint team they are doing such type job strictly. Our clients are also satisfied with our work quality and performance. We work very technically and updated software and always we keep eye on color, size and others thing totally they are active and anyhow make your garments product nicer So that customers are attracted by your product.

Remember that, we are committed to giving you the best quality Neck joint Service that will definitely attract your customers don’t worry about it and we must give you high-end quality.

How to Remove Background in Photoshop

How to Remove Background in Photoshop

Background Removing

Do you want to cut out the background from your image? This type of job is background remove or remove image background. There have many ways to do this work but all of these ways are not easy. If you want to do this job yourself you can follow this article.

The easiest way for background removing from an image using by Adobe Photoshop is to select the quick selection tool. The quick selection tool can save your time. To start your task after opening your image in Photoshop you go to the toolbar on the left side and find your expected tool the quick selection tool. It looks like a paint-brush with round rectangle with many dots. Select the tool (You can also use shortcut keys “W” to select).

After select, the tool drag on your image and here will make a selection area. Select your wanted full area (Note You can use {,[ or ],} brackets from your keyboard to control the tool size and use shift and alt key for select and deselect areas . Here will show + and – sign). Particularly when you will select a narrow area you need to keep the tool size small.

Press  “}]” to large size and press “{[” to small size

If there are malty areas of the background you can also remove these individually. Make sure the selection of background area and press ctrl and delete key on the keyboard, as a result, will show the background removed. Use this path you can remove your image background completely and it’s will less time consuming from other ways.

If you don’t want to face this complexity or you have a complex background removing project and you want to save time Just contact us with your information such as file size hight, wide, resolution, file format etc.  You will get professional background removed images to your required timeframe.

Masking vs. Clipping: When to Use Each

Masking vs. Clipping: When to Use Each

What is Clipping:

Clipping is generally applied when the subject of an image has sharp and/or smooth edges for keep them stay straight. Clipping makes the part visible of the image behind any shape and hides everything outside the boundaries of the shape. Clipping involves the laying in to a vector shape like a circle or a triangle on an image or a digital object. By applying clipping path the parts of the element are visible or invisible and clipping uses the geometry of the shape as a result certain visual elements cannot be applied. We can animate all visual elements change their attributes and apply transforms on them as we target the elements which has passed the “clip path” process. Clipping do not allow the pointer events on the parts clipped away; it allows the events only on the parts that we visually see. When we need hide or show something realistically we need to obscure or prominent the moves. To serve this purpose we make clipping path.

When to Use Clipping and Masking:

Clipping and masking both are applied for obscuring the areas where SVG or HTML element can be imposed for visualization purpose. These techniques are essential to show and hide the certain thing of a content which we can apply to unique layouts, for realistic animation.
With a little difference Masking and Clipping offer the similar CSS property but not same. When to use each of them depends on the purpose. Every browser is not compatible for either Clipped or Masked outputs only recently Firefox is the only browser that fully supports all the mask features.

Masking uses an image or a Masked element in SVG where Clipping the uses the SVG path or a CSS shape.
Masking usually modifies the appearance of the element which is it masked with a linear gradient; including bitmap images even those don’t have an alpha channel such as transparency. The method of masking is modifying the pixels of an image, changing values for making them transparent.

Clipping usually cuts the element and this includes the collision surface. In the masked image the collision area also has the masked parts but in a clipped image the collision area is only the visible of an element.

Photoshop Clipping Paths – The Best and Worst Ways to Create Image Cutouts

Photoshop Clipping Paths – The Best and Worst Ways to Create Image Cutouts

As with so many things in graphic design there several ways to achieve good quality image cutouts in Adobe Photoshop CC. The best way to describe an image cutout is visually, so below you’ll see two versions of the same image. On the left is a flat, unmasked image; and on the right is an image cutout:

If you’re designing something that requires an image cutout of some sort, there are several ways of achieving the desired result, depending on the type of image you’re working with and the background onto which it’ll be placed. The most common method is to use Photoshop clipping paths to cut out the image.

This tutorial explains how to use a vector path to mask off areas of a picture so it can be placed within InDesign or Quark XPress as an EPS file. Only an EPS (encapsulated postscript) image file can contain vector data. A path created in Photoshop is very much like an Adobe Illustrator path – it’s a vector graphic which defines the edges of an image using Bézier Curves.

In Photoshop you can create a vector shape using paths, tracing over the top of a photograph. You can then tell Photoshop to save the file so that only the part of the image contained within the path will appear in your layout program (InDesign or Quark). These vector paths are called clipping paths. So what are the worst and best ways to create them?

The WORST way to create Photoshop clipping paths: The Magic Wand Tool…

If anyone ever tells you that the Magic Wand Tool is the thing to use when creating a clipping path in Photoshop, please don’t listen. Just walk away. It’s a great shortcut, but like most quick fixes, the results are often terrible, and it takes twice as long to fix it as it does to do it properly.

The Magic Wand Tool selects large areas of similarly colored pixels and creates a selection area. If you SHIFT-CLICK on another area of color it will add the selection to the existing area.

This works best when you have a large area of the same color to select. You can alter the broadness of the color selection by increasing or decreasing the value in the Tolerance field of the Options Palette (visible when the Magic Wand Tool is selected. A higher value for a broader selection of pixel color values, a lower for a tighter selection). The default value is 32.

For example, the image used in this tutorial would be a good Magic Wand candidate because there’s a large area of blue sky to select. To create a (poor quality) clipping path, click on the blue area above the sculpture with the Magic Wand Tool. Then, while holding down the Shift key (to add to your existing selection), click on the blue area bottom left of the image. You’ll end up with the image shown below (left). All areas of blue are selected. Go to Select/Inverse in order to select the sculpture instead of the sky.

To create a vector path, go to the Paths Palette, click the little submenu arrow top right and select Make Work Path… It will ask you what Tolerance to enter. The higher the figure, the more points will appear on the path, and the closer (but more raggedly) it will hug the image. The lower the number, the fewer points will appear on the path, and the smoother (but less accurate) the path will be. For now, enter a value of 2.0.

Once the work path has been made, select Save Path… from the same submenu. Then click the submenu once more and select Clipping Path… You will be asked for a ‘Flatness’ value. Leave this blank – you don’t need to worry about Flatness unless you experience printing problems – in this event type ‘Flatness’ into Photoshop Help for assistance.

Now zoom in on the path you just created. If you used a value of 2.0, the image below left will show you how inaccurate the path was. If you used a lower value, say 0.5, the second image below will show you how ragged the result will be: