What would the world be like without applications like Photoshop? Computer-based image manipulation has revolutionized publishing and the visual arts in general. Better yet, anyone with the right skills can create amazing images using nothing but their computers and the right software.
The key word here, however, is the skills . Creating great manipulated images requires a lot of finesse and knowledge. Of course, today's photo editors are much easier to use and have a lot of automation, but there are some things that only a human eye can achieve.
The list is getting shorter and Remove.bg has now automated one of the most important first steps in an editing project: deleting and removing the background.
Removing the subject from a photo so that you can insert it into a new scene has always been rather boring. There are hundreds of tutorials on the internet that sell different shortcuts to get perfect background cancellation.
What Remove.bg has made use of the cutting-edge, cloud-based machine learning technology to do it in seconds. If you work regularly with photos, you will understand that this is a real turning point. So let's move on to it and see what are the steps to get the ether of the photo in the background.
How to use Remove.bg
The first and most obvious step go to Remove.bg .
There's nothing to do here. You can immediately choose to upload your image or link it to one using a URL. For our purposes, we will only link a public domain image from Pixabay.
Then, click enter a URL is paste the image link in the popup. So do it click up OK .
If all went well, you should see the original image and the cutout with the background removed. In some cases, the image may still require some cleaning, but you have just saved literally hours of work, so in the end a fair compromise!
I tried about 5-6 different images with different backgrounds and it worked perfectly. It also worked very well on photos taken in portrait mode from my iPhone. However, there was a need for some cleaning on some photos not taken in portrait mode, where the subject was a bit far away. To enjoy!