Thanks for your post. I will definitely be using these ideas and pondering more and more about what I am really doing right with the use of my YouTube video channel dedicated to some of the concerns you have mentioned. I'm also considering the actual way it would be if I launched a blog discussing a number of the same issues you've dealt with here. Thank you for showing me something so obvious. I used to be blinded from it. Your post has really made an impact on the way I think about my own work and ideas too. click here to know more about clipping path.
Hi! I have just started editing photos, in fact just started taking them too, and your tutorial was so helpful! Thank you so much for posting this, and I was sure to put a link to this on the finished products I put on Flickr. Thanks so much!
Amazing. I have bought CS4 a while back, but with so many more tools than I am used to having (came from paint.NET) it can all be rather confusing and off putting. Specially when the manual that comes for it wants to go over everything you really don't care about. Glad to finally find something that will help at least a bit and I can begin to fiddle around with it with more of an understanding to what is going on. lol.
Great tutorial ! Thank you. I would only recommand NOT to flatten the layers but rather creating a new layer with every modifications on it (so you can step back if you need to) through Cmd+Alt+Shift+E (Mac) or Ctrl+Alt+Shift+E (Windows, i would guess