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Graphic convert to trasparent

Shelley

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#2
Is there anyone that can convert the background to transparent.


Thank you in advance


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I quickly did the image you initially posted before you added the other glass (I'll leave that for someone else to do).

Someone will be able to do a better job (as i didn't have much time to spend on it) probably best waiting for someone else to do this image for you.
 

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Tracy Perry

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Is there anyone that can convert the background to transparent.


Thank you in advance
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Just three I found real quick and sized them down and made the background transparent. Won't be as good of job as Shelley can do as I just use Gimp to add an alpha channel and then clear the background. If these are to large they can be sized down easily.
 

Kelvin

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Shelley

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Just three I found real quick and sized them down and made the background transparent. Won't be as good of job as Shelley can do as I just use Gimp to add an alpha channel and then clear the background. If these are to large they can be sized down easily.
That's actually a better crop than what I did. :D I used the magic wand tool where normally to crop objects I normally use the Pen Tool which does a better job. But yeah, the crop you made are of much better quality what aren't you telling me? You a secret wizard in photoshop? :D

Anyhow, nice job with that. (y)
 

Tracy Perry

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#9
That's actually a better crop than what I did. :D I used the magic wand tool where normally to crop objects I normally use the Pen Tool which does a better job. But yeah, the crop you made are of much better quality what aren't you telling me? You a secret wizard in photoshop? :D

Anyhow, nice job with that. (y)
Thanks, and nope.. I've downloaded the trial version - and am overwhelmed by it. I just use Gimp, add an alpha channel, use the fuzzy select tool in the areas I want to remove and then clear them. It makes those areas into transparent. I could bust even further and blow the image up and use the pen to catch the ones that it misses, but for most use it's like horseshoes and hand grenades - it's close enough. :p
 

Kelvin

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#10
Tracy Or Shelley can convert these to png transparent. images46.jpg image44.jpg images.jpg

there glasses are for the read and unread and the books are for my book forum i will resize them because not sure yet what size i want

thank you
 

Tracy Perry

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EQnoble

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Rats.. EQNoble deleted his... I was going to make a comment about him coming from the "Bigger is Better" school. :D
Well...lol tbh ...I uploaded the wrong ones...ie the ones that weren't finished. I figured that when I refreshed and saw the other options I would be safe to remove the redundancies (which since I uploaded the wrong ones made sense) and didn't realize I was ninja quoted. :)
 

Tracy Perry

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#20
Just a few more to be made transparent.
It will be a bit before I can get to work on them. Currently working at a local office rolling out a corp. antivirus solution, installing 28 new runs of cabling, and setting up 15 new desktops with the RMS software for a local doctor.