Complete natural white background


posted on 19th of march, 2010


hello all,
i click images in day light on my terrace and use a white fabric as a white background.
but while editing i use eraser tool to achieve evenness but it looks too artificial.
what to do...,which tool should be used.....plz suggest.

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Posted by Joezachs on April 28, 2010
I think I will have to try this out. The idea of a chart paper looks good. (and cost effective)
Posted by Vishakha27 on March 19, 2010
is ozalit and chart paper the same thing? frm where i can get ozalit paper...?
Posted by Davulcu on March 19, 2010
I recommend you use a simple ozalit paper and completly remove it while editing.
Posted by Keki on March 19, 2010
I use White chart paper I always felt that fabric creased too much too soon giving off more unwanted shadow
Posted by Sebikus on March 19, 2010
It depend on what you have for software. But DT have great forum and when you use "Search the blogs!" and type there "isolate", you'll find some article. For example:
Isolated Objects with clipping path or
Isolation Tutorial (Advanced). Good luck!



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