bartman2589 Posted December 28, 2008 Share Posted December 28, 2008 First of I'd like to say hello to everyone and thanks in advance for any help you can provide. That said I should let you all know that I am fairly new to image editing on this level so there are a lot of things I don't as yet understand (good example exactly how layer blend modes work). What I am attempting to do is to remove a backdrop from a series of images, I have a clean version of the backdrop without the foreground image present and would like to know if it is possible to use this as a layer (mask?) of some sort to remove the backdrop from the main image. I should note that in a few of the images I want to cleanup the foreground image (which I want to save without any serious compromise) is somewhat translucent allowing the backdrop to show through in some areas albeit somewhat faded or tinted due to the properties of the foreground image, if the foreground image were completely solid all the way through and if it wasn't very very complex i would probably be able to use the magic wand tool to remove the backdrop and leave myself with a transparent backdrop and a solid/semisolid/semitransparent foreground image which is my end goal. Once again thank you for any help you can provide on this matter. Thank you, bartman2589 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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