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Clipping path is a closed vector path or shape, typically drawn with the pen tool to clipping path
desired image from its background. In one-word clipping paths means isolating the background
from an image with the help of Photo Editing software. The point when clipping path is
connected to a picture, anything inside the path is included and everything outside the path is
excluded. Clipping path referred as a ‘closed vector path’ or ‘shape’ which is also known as
clipping path an image from the background. Clipping Path is providing pretty figures to a
picture, change or committing experience in a picture and furthermore in making layouts.
How To Do Clipping Path
This can be done with any professional photo editing tool like Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign.
One should have strong knowledge to achieve best results. For a beginner it is impossible or very
hard to go with these software. If you are beginner don’t panic! We will help you. Follow our
guide to achieve best possible results.
Open an image in Photoshop you want to use for your clipping path tutorial (go to the file menu
in Photoshop and select open, from the open dialogue box choose the file you want to use and
then click open
Once you have got the file open in Photoshop, select the “Pen Tool” from the tool box. Make
sure that you have selected “Paths” from the pen tool menu bar which is located underneath of
the main Menu bar.
Now click on the image edge and drag the mouse pointer towards the next step and release the
mouse. After an appropriate distance, again click on the image edge and continue in the same
manner until you have completed moving around the image and finally see this “o” symbol. This
“O” symbol means you are going to close the path. Click on it (starting point) in order to close
Go to “pop up” menu from the Paths palette and select “Clipping Path”. A dialogue box will
appear asking to choose your desired path and Flatness. Select the path you want to Clipped and
Put the flatness you desire and click “OK”. You are now almost done. Flatness is the desired
amount of pixel you want to make blur the image edge. The more amounts you use in Flatness
the more image edge will be blurish. In general, leave the Flatness box blank (0) and the image
edge will be 100% sharp which is most of the time appropriate.
You can now save the file in PSD or TIFF format and ready to place into the program you are
working with for your design. This time you will get the image without the background. That’s
all about clipping path.