Efficient Clipping Path at Clipping Path India

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In the world of 2D graphics, a form of image editing known as a clipping path is a closed vector path, or shapes, which are then used to cut or clip out an image. When a clipping path is created, any image or background which lies outside of the path is deleted or omitted while anything within the path will retain its original visual aspects. With the use of a clipping path, all unwanted visual elements in an image or photograph can be removed. Clipping path services are ideal for the digital extraction of objects or people from images or photographs.

Take a look at the picture of the boy sitting on his bicycle which is done by Rokaiya Yasmin Munni at Clipping Path India. In first image, the boy is shown on his bicycle in a room which clearly shows the tiled floor and shadows on the wall. With the use of a clipping path, the photo the boy can be transferred to a clean white background, or any background of your choice, thus eliminating the background.  The image of this boy can now be used cleanly in various print ads or merged with other images.  Not only is that, but the image of the boy actually appears to be brighter and clearer in the “after” picture as opposed to the “before” picture.

This specific kind of image editing technique can be used for a wide variety of media purposes such as print ads, web content, or even just for the sake of scrapbooking with its primary market being photo and graphic design studios and advertising agencies.

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Rokaiya Yeasmin Munni

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About Rokaiya Yeasmin Munni

Graphic Designer and Deputy Manager (Marketing Division) at Outsource Experts Ltd. Expert in t-shirt design, logo design, banner design, photo editing, print design, step by step tutorial creating, video tutorial creating, video editing and SEO, SEM, SMM.

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