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If I need to make the background transparent, what's the 'proper' way? I've been magic wanding the background, and deleting selection. Is there a better way? I know I can highlight the object and copy-paste onto an opaque background. Any tricks to retain fidelity of the image.

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For plain white or black backgrounds I tend to use AlphaSpace because it respects shadows and is very easy to use.

 

AlphaSpace MaR-V-iN Converts a white/black background into transparency. Recognizes shadows and makes them semi-transparent.

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