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Apr 14, 2020

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I'm just starting to play with using Adobe Spark to touch up videos/photos for social media, and I love the idea of being able to add our logo.  Our logo is of a mexican girl, and I'd like to figure out how to use only the outline of the girl as our logo on photos/videos, and not include the background (white space).  Is that possible?  If so, any pointers would be much appreciated!

 

TIA

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Optimize web graphics in Photoshop before you bring them into your online projects (Spark, Portfolio, etc...)

 

1. In Photoshop, place logo on a transparent background layer -- denoted by a checkerboard pattern.

 

2. Go to File > Export > Export As > PNG with transparency checked.   See screenshot. 

 

File > Export > Export AsFile > Export > Export As

 

 

 

 

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Question about Adobe Spark and adding logo to projects

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I'm just starting to play with using Adobe Spark to touch up videos/photos for social media, and I love the idea of being able to add our logo.  Our logo is of a mexican girl, and I'd like to figure out how to use only the outline of the girl as our logo on photos/videos, and not include the background (white space).  Is that possible?  If so, any pointers would be much appreciated!

 

TIA

=D

 

Bellas Girl - Right (small).jpg

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Correct answer by Nancy_OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Optimize web graphics in Photoshop before you bring them into your online projects (Spark, Portfolio, etc...)

 

1. In Photoshop, place logo on a transparent background layer -- denoted by a checkerboard pattern.

 

2. Go to File > Export > Export As > PNG with transparency checked.   See screenshot. 

 

File > Export > Export AsFile > Export > Export As

 

 

 

 

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Thanks, John.  I had already been through relevant support articles and guides.  Turns out this is relatively simple to do, but requires using the Quick Select tool in Photoshop to isolate the image from the background, saving that layer as a separate file, and then loading that layer file as the logo image in Spark.  Now I can add the "Bella's Girl" logo to a Spark project without adding the white background.  Just what I wanted!

 

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Optimize web graphics in Photoshop before you bring them into your online projects (Spark, Portfolio, etc...)

 

1. In Photoshop, place logo on a transparent background layer -- denoted by a checkerboard pattern.

 

2. Go to File > Export > Export As > PNG with transparency checked.   See screenshot. 

 

File > Export > Export AsFile > Export > Export As

 

 

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Thank you, Nancy!

 

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