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    deowanshimul
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    Photoshop clipping path or Silhouette/silo is the technique of removing the actual background of an image and then digging in it into a different appearance or background. Clipping path generates hard and fine rims. Silo is pretty much a vector masking technology utilized to cover over the back-ground of a photograph.

    Silhouette/silo is one of the basic image manipulation techniques which are very usable in visual presentation when you need to remove the background of images, change the background of the images or put drop shadow. Clipping path services has a broad usage in e-commerce when marketers necessitate displaying their products. Clients often ask us to remove the dirt and unnecessary parts, and add glaze to the product images.

    #22313
    nesgran
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    Are you mad, stop it and go away!

    #22315
    IHF
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    You are a complete and utter ASS

    all of your online content is stolen from other artists. Even the stock images you use are most likely not purchased.

    posting here while your content and web presence is actively getting reported and taken down, is simply moronic.

    You are not welcome here, or any other photography forum

    #22322
    picstop
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    With respect to MPFC, “spam spam spam spam…”.  You know fellas, plunking your names in photography forums all over the world will garner backlinks to you.  Good for google.  Not so good for the real people who frequent the forums.  The real people can read past simple code and realize your stuff is shady scammy spam.  And did you think that posting on photography forums where photographers hang out would not lead to said photographers finding out you stole their work?  Your SEO strategy should be revisited.  That or maybe you ought to go outside, take a few shots of your own and then “correct” them.  Novel idea ain’t it?

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