When White is not All White

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White backdrops are great and still as popular as ever and why wouldn’t they be!

I like to do a very thorough edit on the white background in any images you buy. In case you ever wondered why the final edit can be somewhat fiddly and take longer than you might expect, here’s the answer in this short little video ….

Of course, some images are much quicker than others to process, the fluffy fur in this one make it one of the more fiddly to do. And as with most things you do in Photoshop there are several other ways to remove the marks, which I sometimes opt for, rather than always the eraser tool. No doubt other folk have their own ways of doing things too.

However, it’s well worth doing to give you the best possible quality for your images and ensure that the background will always be pure white.

And, fortunately, I find the process rather therapeutic … 🙂

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