Saturday, May 25, 2013

ClippingMagic - Remove Photo Backgrounds on the Web

Ever wished to do a collage of digital photos just to find out that you end up with horrible looking overlapping photos? Wouldn't it be nice if you could cut out just the things you want to select so you could - for instance - replace the background of a photo of your trusted pet on the bathtub, and place him on a nice sunny beach backdrop?

Sure, you can easily do it using photo editing software like Photoshop... but let's say you're using a friends computer, and you don't even want to install any extra software on it. Wouldn't it be nice if you could do it in a browser?

Well... actually you can. Check out this amazing ClippingMagic.

You just need to drag and drop your photo, and then select which parts to keep and which parts to remove. If you have nice contrasting background and foreground elements, you need only do it in "broad strokes" and let it do most of the work for you. It isn't always perfect, and you may need to zoom in and tweak it a bit, but for the most part it's as easy as it will ever get... and it's only a few clicks away in your browser.

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