One of the most common questions asked on photo editor forums is ‘How do we make the backgrounds of our photographs pure white?’
To begin with, there are numerous ways you can do that in various photo editor applications, one of them being Adobe PhotoShop. Here in this blog we would discuss a method called Layer Adjustments which is one of the easiest techniques to implement white background service in your images.
Note- This technique only works when the background shade and the color of the item in the photograph are different and you have used optimum lighting during the shoot.
Step 1. Open the image you wish to edit in the PhotoShop.
Step 2. From the image menu select Adjustments à Levels. A new window would open up.
Step 3. Click on the right slider (white) and drag it towards the left. Observe the background getting lighter, stop when the object(s) in the image start lightening up.
Step 4. Revive the object by sliding the left sliders (black and grey) towards the right. The black slider controls the dark parts and the grey controls the mid-range tones of the image.
Step 5. Save the copy of this file under a new name.
This technique would work on most images with distinct darker objects in focus. Professionals use this photo manipulation service to effectively whiten the background of the image while keeping the original shadow of the object intact. You can also use clipping path technique to whiten the background of your image but that would require for you to add the shadow effect later. For professional editing of the images, contact Edit Picture Online at +8801719537896 or drop an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.