When I draw an image or put text in and I make the background transparent and save. PS I save to my pictures.When I drag my image or text onto my clip in my programe sometimes it works and someimes the background goes black, why it goes black about 90% OF THE TIME
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.
I'm sure there must be a way of doing this but I've been fiddling with it for hours. How can I remove, or make a background transparent so that I don't get the white box when I use this on a coloured background.
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 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 just learned how to make the background of my images transparent and am learning how to use layers. I am trying to save my pictures to picasa and photoshop so they are backed up and I can easily access them from any computer. I noticed that some of the pics are showing up all black. It's like the colors are inverted almost. I can kinda see the image in white, but mostly the whole thing is black. I noticed the same thing happened when I tried to open some of the images in paint.
I checked to see if they are all the same file type and they are not. Some are gif and some are png.
Also, some of my images won't open in windows photo gallery. They open in a blank web page. I originally go to my pictures and find them there, but when I click on them they open a page in IE instead of windows photo gallery so I can't crop them or anything.
I am trying to work on a project where I print silhouettes or simple images on vintage sheet music to use as art. I need to be able to take them to a print shop to have this done and I can't do that if the images show up black or won't open in a regular program.
I am attaching a pic that saved black like I talked about and a pic of what it is supposed to look like.
i have a png image whit a blue backgroundif i select the background and press CANC photoshop ask me how i want to fill it, colour BG colour etc...why i can't just delete the BG and make it transparent?and another thing, when you have the 2 colour selection (on the left side) the white and the black square, is there a way to make the bottom square transparent? (i suppose is the grey square with a red line in it)
I have followed about a dozen tutorials on how to make a background transparent and it seems as though I am doing everything right but... When I go to import my new image to PrintMaster it gives me a warning that the transparency may turn black. It does darken the transparency and has a noticable rectangle around the image that should have a transparent background. I have tried exporting the image in every form possible and nothing seems to work.
i want to be able to use the fussy select tool to remove the Background of a picture so i can paste it over another picture, but whenever i delete the background it doesent become transparent, only into the colour ive recently used
I need to make the background transparent, so as usual, I used the fuzzy tool and then, tried to cut the background out, but it actually cuts out more parts then I need it to(it cuts out other parts with similar colours), so is there a way that I can pick a colour specifically and then cut the part with that colour out?
I started with a file with a transparent background and placed it onto my artboard. When I traced it, the background turned white. How can I turn it transparent again. I also want to change the color of the image (a font) from black to white.
I dont know if the t-shirt company will want the black layer and the white layer on seperate areas, so i will give them three files per side (black and white, Black, White). Unfortunately when i split the colors in raster graphics and re trace them it doesnt do it the same! and i fear that their will be blank ugly spaces on the shirt. so is their a way to take all of the white lines and put them by themselves on another document... and do the same with the black?
Also in the all colors toghether sample i have changed white to blue, so that it doesnt blend in with the background... Is their an easy way to make the background transparent, and then change blue to white?
I am trying to import a photoshop image into a powerpoint presentation but it looks like a box with the image inside the box. The box is the color of the background in the image file. I would like to know what I would do to import the file so only the image in the file is seen with the background color eliminated.
I'm trying to make an image I have which has a solid background (and a few other details inside it) transparent? so I can still see behind the graphics in the image yet the background at the same time... I know I've seen it before where the image sort of floats above the background... But I don't know how to accomplish this in Photoshop.
I've started a drawing in an empty file with one layer (I have deleted the initial Background layer, then created a New Layer which contains the drawing). How do I save this as tga but with transparent background? ie. so that if I put the saved .tga file over another image, only the drawing shows, without the background around it.
I got Photoshop to make the background transparent on pictures of furniture. I am having problems because the background is so complicated. I've only tried selecting different parts of the background with the quick selection tool, and then deleting (after adding another layer), but I'm not getting good results.
I see others talking about the lasso, magnetic lasso, layers, masking, etc, but I don't know where to start. I need to learn quickly because I'm on a deadline, Here's one of the pictures I need to do: (one of the most complicated) All I need to keep is the table and four chairs in the foreground.
I have a .jpg file of a band logo with white text (bordered by sketchy black outlines) on a white background. I'd like to keep the text and border effects the same but make the background transparent and then save it as a transparent .png or .gif so that just the white text (with the black text borders still included) appears the same on my website no matter what the background color of the page is. Here's the image: URL....
I want to keep all the black sketchy outlines intact and I want the white text itself to remain white and not transparent, I just want the white background surrounding it to be transparent. I've tried selecting just the text with all the little lines and such of the text borders included so that I can make it into a new layer and then paste it onto a transparent background but I've been having trouble successfully selecting it...the way the text is written, I haven't had much luck using the magic wand or quick selection tools to properly select it.
Another (less desirable) option would be to fill in the white background with the background color of the page I'm going to be posting it on (hex color #1d1d1d) but filling it in with the paint bucket in Photoshop CS5 fills in the majority of the white text as well so that hasn't really worked either.
How to make a background transparent (invisible), but I can't find any on how to make an image see-through? I need to make the top layer picture some what see-through so that the image behind it shows up a bit.
I created my background as transparent but when I render my .mp4 or .mov 3D animation, it is black. I tried importing it into After Effects and it I can't get it to bring in all my animations I added in Photoshop? Apparently the engines are different now between Photoshop cc and after effects CC.
I need PS experts to teach me how to make a transparent image, not a background. I found a image on the website, but I've been tested many times and didn't figure out how it made like this.
the center flower is 100% transparent, but it still keeps shadow and embossed area. I used blend mode for testing, but everytime if I make it to 100% transparent, I lose everything, it becomes a flat transparent area.