Transparent Background proving difficult

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Jul 21, 2022 Jul 21, 2022

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I didn't think it would be so difficult to give this a transparent background... Any pointers?

 

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Jul 21, 2022 Jul 21, 2022

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If you cannot get the vestor data you could 

• Load the Channel with the best separation as a selection (ctrl-click the Channel’s icon in the Channels Panel)

• Select > Inverse 

• Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color 

• alt-click the Layer Mask-icon in the Layers Panel and apply a Curves Adjustment to increase the contrast

• Hide the Background Layer 

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Make a duplicate layer and use threshold to make it solid black and to remove the jpg artifacts on that layer. 

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Use the Blend if slider in layer options to remove the (now solid) white area

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With the orginal logo on top, option-click between the layers 

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This effectively makes the solid-black-and-transparent layer into a mask for the original layer.

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