How to organise a database of pictures with different backgrounds

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Jun 27, 2022 Jun 27, 2022

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Hi everyone

For a website project we are planning to have a lot of images of mobile phones (Apple, Samsung etc.) each with a background on the screen that consists of a logo and a picture. This is a custom one and we might want to change it from time to time but it will be the same for all the phones. So basically we'll need to cut out / mask the original image on the screen and then put something else behind it. Lastly we'll export it for the website.

 

Do any of you have a great idea on how to organise this with a minimum of effort? Should we do it with Photoshop and layer it somehow or is another tool of the Adobe CC better suited for this job?

 

Thank you for any inputs and if you don't get it what I mean, I'm happy to explain it further.

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Jun 27, 2022 Jun 27, 2022

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Hi @Elias250289892xyl You could do this quite nicely with Photoshop using smart objects and layers for the different phones and backgrounds. Start with a transparent artboard large enough to fit the biggest device, and then build your layers on top of that. Turn off and on layers for your web-sized exports. Naming and ordering your layers will make the job easier, too. You can transform and skew the backgrounds and logos onto the device faces as needed.

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