Easy way to extract images from background

posted on 14th of february, 2014

I found a great little filter for Photoshop that makes extracting images from the background that is quick and easy.
It's called Re_Mask 3 from Topaz. ReMask gets the job done in a shockingly short amount of time, while requiring a bare minimum of your input. No need to go through all kinds of steps, just quickly paint image features to tell ReMask what you want to cut out, hit the compute button and it's done!

I use it to replace backgrounds, especially when I need a perfectly white background, reposition subjects, and create compositions. Give it a try and see if you like it:)

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Posted by Laurasinelle on February 20, 2014
Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Sml on February 16, 2014
Thank you for sharing. Looks like a great ad on.
Posted by Nansaidh on February 15, 2014
Thanks for the comments! Yes, they offer a 30 day demo plus they have lots of tutorials to make it easy to use. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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