How to Remove Backgrounds from Images with ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 for Adobe Photoshop
If you want to create stunning collages, scrapbooks, greeting cards, or other creative projects with your images, you might need to remove the background from some of them. This can be a tricky task, especially if the object you want to extract has complex edges, semi-transparent areas, or lace-like details. Fortunately, there is a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop that can help you with this: ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2.
ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 is a Photoshop-compatible plug-in for Windows designed by ImageSkill Software that can work with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel Paint Shop Pro, Macromedia Fireworks, and other image editors that support the Adobe Photoshop plug-in format. The main purpose of the plug-in is to extract some part of an image (the object) and remove the part that is unwanted (the background). It is capable of determining areas of pixels to be modified, areas of pixels to be partly modified, and areas of pixels to remain unmodified. The partly modification means the restoration of the non-distinct edges of objects. It is done by reinstating their partly transparent nature and also by subtracting the background color so that only the object color is left in these partly transparent regions. This ensures that the cut-out object will blend or composite correctly with a different background.
In this article, we will show you how to use ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 for Adobe Photoshop to remove backgrounds from images in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Install ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 for Adobe Photoshop
To install ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 for Adobe Photoshop, you need to download the plug-in from the official website: http://www.imageskill.com/backgroundremover/backgroundremover.html. The plug-in comes in a zip file that contains an installer and a user manual. You need to unzip the file and run the installer. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation process. The plug-in will be automatically added to your Adobe Photoshop plug-in folder.
Step 2: Open an image in Adobe Photoshop
To use ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 for Adobe Photoshop, you need to open an image in Adobe Photoshop that you want to remove the background from. The image should be in RGB mode and have a single layer. If your image has multiple layers or is in a different mode, you need to flatten it or convert it before using the plug-in.
Step 3: Run ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 for Adobe Photoshop
To run ImageSkill Background Remover V3.2 for Adobe Photoshop, you need to go to the menu bar and select Filter > Imageskill > Background Remover. This will open the plug-in window where you can see your image and some tools and parameters.
Step 4: Mark the object and the background
To remove the background from your image, you need to mark the object and the background using the tools provided by the plug-in. The tools are located on the left side of the window and include:
Mark Object tool: This tool allows you to draw a green curve around the object you want to extract. You can adjust the size and hardness of the brush using the sliders below the tool.
Magic Wand tool: This tool allows you to select a large area of similar pixels with a single click. You can use this tool to mark the background with a red curve. You can adjust the tolerance and contiguous options using the sliders below the tool.
Defringe Zone Brush tool: This tool allows you to refine the edges of semi-transparent objects like flying hair, glass objects, smoke, or haze. You can use this tool to draw a blue curve along the edges of such objects. You can adjust the size and hardness of the brush using the sliders below the tool.
Lace-like Object Brush tool: This tool allows you to extract lace-like objects like leaves, flowers, or feathers. You can use this tool to draw a yellow curve along the edges of such objects. You can adjust