Hidden 2 mos ago Post by Sebastian D
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I tried myself, but I saved it wrong... I want this image without any sort of backround. Please person do this for me.
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@Sebastian D Better asked in this section, but this person has already done something like that.

If you ever want to do it yourself, I would suggest is finding a better quality copy of it saved as .PNG or a .GIF. .JPEG/.JPG are atrocious to edit a transparent background from, mainly because they lack transparency and are lower quality images in general.

Once you do that, I'd suggest finding a guide somewhere for one of the many image editing programs out there (personally I use GIMP since it's basically free Photoshop) or looking up a browser-based image editor online that has the ability to edit transparency.
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@Sebastian i use remove.bg- it's a godsend



you can also use lunapic's transparent background funcionality if you want the original quality to stay the same, though it doesn't work as well as remove.bg

finally, i make most of my things in photopea.com (free, browser-based photoshop and it's almost the same feature by feature except for some gif making/animation functionalities or so I've been told) & the creator of the website has written a guide on background removal as well

photopea.com/tuts/remove-background-f…
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@Kuro@ayzrules I read that photoshop can enlarge photos to by an extension of the images corner, or make it tiny, with it's entire image staying the same quality- that true? I got this one image.... here:. It should come out just the size I want it to be perfectly printed, then.
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@Kuro@ayzrules I read that photoshop can enlarge photos to by an extension of the images corner, or make it tiny, with it's entire image staying the same quality- that true? I got this one image.... here:. It should come out just the size I want it to be perfectly printed, then.


It's not true that i'm aware of? photoshop & similar image editors are raster image editors, which tends to alter the quality if you resize things. what photoshop/similar editors like gimp, lunapic, photopea, etc CAN do is resize the image with the image 'corner' while maintaining the same aspect ratio (proportion of height to width) if you drag while holding down shift (for photoshop/photopea, unsure about other editors). note that same aspect ratio =/= same quality

this is called 'scaling' an image, which lunapic actually has a tool to do automatically: www11.lunapic.com/editor/?action=scale
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Thanks.
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