06-29-2008, 12:35 AM #1
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Hi, I'm using adobe photoshop on a mac, I was wondering if anyone out there knows how I can convert all the black pixels in a photo to transparent ones. I know its pretty specific, but just maybe!
06-29-2008, 02:12 AM #2
If you need a transparent document, do the following:
1) Make a new layer
2) move the new layer underneath the background layer
3) delete the background layer.
4) transparent document.
1) File - New Document
2) Then for the background color choose transparent.
06-29-2008, 02:16 AM #3
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If you have the bg set to transparent, go to: select-->color range. then set fuzziness to: 0, and select the black color picker w/ the eyedrop. then hit 'ok' and 'delete'"Sure, I could compare PCs to Macs. But I make it a point to never argue about religion."
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