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#1 bluetoff


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Posted 31 December 2006 - 09:56 AM

Hi. How can I give an image a white , or any colour background, so you only see the image.Like to have a photo of a car with nothing in the background.Can it be done in paintshop pro 7? Thanks.
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Posted 31 December 2006 - 03:27 PM

Yes it can be done in almsot any gtraphics editing prgram, including MS Paint.

I haven't used Paintshop Pr before, but if it has a paths tool, that would be the easiest option. Just make a path around the car, or w/e you want to put on the blank background, convert the path ot selection, invert the selection, delete the background and fill with w/e color you like.

If there is no paths tool, just use the lasso tool.

This can be done easily in GIMP, found here:


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