Issues with Clipping Path image not showing correctly

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Sep 02, 2020 Sep 02, 2020

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Hello friends, im new at practicing jpg's with clipping paths. I made one of this images in photoshop and it looks very good there, but when i open it in INDESIGN the edge looks poorlu cutted... The selection was made with the pen tool so the cut should look sharp as it does in photoshop... How can i fix this? THANKS!!

 

Edit: I found out the white outline in indesign is because that line is the clipping path. How can i hide it?

 

 

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 02, 2020 Sep 02, 2020
Hi Jessica, Here is a good resource to review clipping masks in Indesign https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/clipping-paths.html

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Sep 02, 2020 Sep 02, 2020

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Check the display performances: View menu > Display performances

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Is there any particular reason you are exporting out JEPGs with clipping paths from Photoshop? I can see from your screen captures that you are happily creating masks in Photoshop. Why not just place the Photoshop file directly into InDesign?

 

A couple of major benefits from doing this…

  1. You will be using all of the high quality pixels within your Photoshop file as opposed to a lower quality JPEG export.
  2. Anytime you make a change to your Photoshop file this will be updated within InDesign. You will not have to go through the process of exporting out a new JPEG file every time you change your Photoshop file.

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Hi Jessica,

Here is a good resource to review clipping masks in Indesign

https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/clipping-paths.html

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