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How to remove the white background from a deepetched photo / TIFF FILE

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Jan 19, 2024 Jan 19, 2024

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hello

 

My retoucher sent tiff files of deepetched packaging photo but when i open them on photoshop, they are on white background. is there a specific way to remove this background?

I can't use the magic wand as it grabs elements in the pack.

 

help

 

Thanks

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Jan 19, 2024 Jan 19, 2024

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@coubras7 

 

In my experience, the term “deepetched" used to refer to clipping paths back in the day, before one could use transparency in a layout file...

 

So are there paths in the TIFF files?

 

Is there an alpha channel?

 

Is the file flattened to a single locked Background layer?

 

Is there a single unlocked floating layer?

 

Can you provide a sample file?

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