I'm trying to make the background in an image transparent. After I save the image to my desktop, I check it out and it doesn't appear transparent. I open it in Paint.NET and sure enough, it's not. I know I know how to make things transparent because i've done it before but it just won't work this time.
Trying (in vain) to get the background of this picture transparent...Its white right now and i tried alphamask the whole picture looked like it had seen a ghost but it still wasn't transparent the magic wand refuses to do so either perhaps i'm doing something wrong?
I used to be able to do this but have forgotten how. I would like to remove the bg from a small image, ie make it's bg transparent, and place that small image on top of a large image, a banner. Not sure what I am doing wrong but when I place the small image on the large one the entire image is transparent, not just the bg.
How do I save an image with a transparent background. I check of transparent background when loading up an new image. I set my image dimensions make color transparent and go. When I save the file in jpg it previews with a white background. I need to use my logo on different color media each time the logo sits in a white box.
I've typed in the text in the color that I want. I've clicked on the magic wand, clicked on the white space and I get the checkered background. But it also covers my text and then when I try to use the saved image, it's all completely transparent.
How do I do this so that the text shows up, but the background remains transparent?
I need the logo of my team from a game I play so I can modify or create profile cards. I have the original card and I'm trying to copy and paste the logo so I can use it on another image with a different background or theme. But when I copy and paste the logo I want to use, I use the "select" option and it goes with the original background. Is there an option so I can make the background dissappear and just get my logo on a transparent background for future use or edition? In this case I'm trying to make a St.Patrick's theme for the fan page of my team.
I want to lift image from photo and then do transparent background.
Is there any knack of selecting the item from the image cleanly. In my case its a dog. I use the lasso to go around the object but that leaves a 2mm space where the background shows through.
(Is there a way to use the lasso to make a partial selection then remove your finger from the mouse and then continue your selection from where you left off ?)
After I have Deleted the inverted selection I use the Background remover to remove the remaining 2mm of background around the dog.Again is there a knack to using this tool ? I Googled and it said to keep the removal circule half in and half out of the actual image. Also is ther a correct setting in the menu bar for the BG/removal tool..Im just experimenting.
my settings at this moment are.
size 18 Hardness 100 Step 10 Density 100 Thickness 100 Rotation 0 Opacity 100 Tolarance 75 Sharpness 100 Sampling: Continuous Limits: Contiguous Boxes not ticked. Auto tollerance and Use all Layers. Box ticked: Ignore Lightness.
I have a light-colored image that I want to make a transparent background of without having any of the jagged white edges and whatnot, to make a signature and avatar and so on. I've tried the magic wand, Alpha Mask, and Alpha Space, none of which have succeeded. As I said, the image itself is very light (the attached image), so it's difficult to achieve what I'm trying to do.
I didn't realized that as I'm importing images, the 'background' was defaulting to white. I'm working a couple images right now, in which the transparent setting is really needed. I found where to change the default, but not how to change it for existing images in PS already.
I'm not sure why, but Photoshop just started doing this after I converted my files to a smart object. When I try to zoom in past 50%, it displays these transparent pixel squares over the entire image. I tried rasterizing and flatting the image back, but that didn't do anything. It seems to keep doing this.
Choose the magic wand click the area that you want transparent.Choose cut and it is turned transparent.This is limited by whether the central image has the same color in it. It will be changed also.You may have to click on each background area till all the background is transparent. Do one area at a time.
Paint shop pro x3 Whoa am I out of date. But maybe there is still hope before I get X6. I am trying to make a background transparent so that when I insert it onto a presentations slide, the item, a Christmas tree, has no background other than what is the background of the slide. I used the background removal process, asked for 0 opacity on the background and still when I save, or paste, it is in a rectangular white box.
I'm missing something simple, I know it. But thats been my day.
How do I essentially make it a stand alone little thing with no background?
I have been working on making this have a transparent background, (everything outside the blue ring, except where the feather goes outside the blue box). When I use the magic wand and delete the background, it has very jagged edges and a lot of pixels that don't clean up. I tried using the eraser to clean them up, but it looks awful.
I just downloaded paint.net, it looks like it will be a big upgrade from PC Paint, which I currently use. There's one important feature in PC Paint that I can't seem to locate, though: declaring the background of a selected area to be transparent. In sequence, it looks like this:
I use this function quite a bit, and I figure if it's in PC Paint, that it would certainly be in paint.net - I just can't find the spot.
I have just started using paintnet and when i tried to print it will only print in blackand white even when the photo is colour. The print preview shows the image in B&W. How do i get to print in colour?
How to have a totally transparent background, using corel PSPX4?
I have a picture of a logo with a white background. I would like to get rid of the white background so I see nothing but the logo. Background eraser works but after I save, the bmp still has the white background.