On 03/18/2012 03:21 PM, Spender wrote:
The "highlight border" is the anti-aliasing pixels, that have an intermediate color between the subject and the background. To obtain a proper cut:Hello I forgot how to remove the highlight (border) around this face. I try to change background color black to with Can you help me Thanks in advance Karl http://i1023.photobucket.com/albums/af353/Spender19/Skrmavbild2012-03-18kl150124.jpg
- select the background with the magic wand - "Select/Grow" the selection by two pixels- Use "Colors/Color to alpha" and the the background color as the color to remove
This will remove the background, and make the antilaliasing pixels partially transparent.
To put another color in the background: - add a new layer - move it under your subject - bucket-fill with the required colorThe partially transparent border pixels obtained above will create the proper color blend for a smooth border.
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