Trickier invisible mannequin items include sheer, transparent or translucent materials, fabric with cut out details, or a mixture of all these elements! There are a number of different approaches to photographing these styles, a selection of these are shown here.
Have you always been scared of increasing the ISO on your camera in dim light because of the resulting noise in the images? Has this discouraged you from taking pictures in low light?
Fret not. This tutorial will take care of all your ISO noise anxieties and will let you go trigger happy during night shoots.
Noise reduction in Photoshop
- Open the image on which you need to reduce the noise.
- If you see the image panel, you’ll notice that the image will be opened as a background layer. Create a duplicate of the background layer (just in case).
- Having selected the duplicate layer to go to Filter -> Noise -> Reduce Noise. A new window will open up with some sliders in it. Let’s break them down one by one.
- Strength: This slider, affects globally. That means it will eliminate the noise pixels in the overall image.
- Preserve details: Pixels tend to get blurred while reducing noise. The preserve details slider will bring back the texture and other small details in the image. Different combinations of strength and preserve details slider work differently for different images. You will have to experiment to see which combination gives the best quality.
- Reduce Colour noise: This slider will reduce any floating colour pixels due to chromatic aberration.
- Sharpen details: The blurring of noisy pixels may result in reducing the sharpness of the image. Use the sharpen details slider to restore sharpness in the image.
- At the end of all the sliders, you will see a checkbox that says “Remove JPEG artifacts”. This will remove any noise that may occur while saving the image as a JPEG.
- If you want to make noise reduction specific to the RGB colour channel, click on the advanced tab.
- Select the desired colour channel and make the adjustment to the strength and preserve details slider.
- Once you are satisfied with all the changes, hit ok and the edited image will open in Photoshop.
- Unhide the layer on top to reveal the background layer. You will notice that noise has reduced from the original layer to the duplicate layer.
- Save your image and you are done with reducing the noise.
Try more night shots
Now that you know the secret, try more night shots. ISO is a very good feature in digital camera if it only wasn’t for the resulting noise. Hopefully, camera manufacturers will try to come up with ways of minimizing the noise grains at high ISO but until then, this little Photoshop technique should do the trick.
In this tutorial, we show you how to clean up and retouch photos of products to a professional standard
Advertising campaigns attract consumers to the professional images of their products. With all commercial photography, it is an important step to ensure each image as a good quality and high standard for print. Using software such as Photoshop in such industries and using similar tools and techniques, one professional results can easily be obtained at home using your own photographs.
In this tutorial, we would like to show you that using Photoshop CS4 to improve a product shot like the professionals and the image of a bottle of perfume shot. Glass objects can be extremely difficult to light and photograph, with distracting reflections and refractions, which can often prove to be difficult to improve or remove post-production. However, by using some simple adjustment techniques in Photoshop, we will show you how to correct, improve and enhance your shots, improve the overall image exposure and contrast as well as insert unwanted colors and remove dust particles For, to see as consumers again
Follow with our simple step-by-step guide and implement some of our basic improvement tips, which can help you get high-quality product shots results that will not appear in the portfolio of any of the profiles.
Step 1: Create a new layer
Open up your product photo file in Photoshop. In the Layers palette, duplicate the original layer by Ctrl/right-clicking on the Background layer and selecting Duplicate Layer. Rename this new layer ‘Exposure correction’.
Step 2: Cropping in
Select the Crop tool from the Tools bar and click on the top corner of the image, dragging the crop cursor diagonally down to the opposite bottom corner. Holding the Shift key to keep the original proportions, pull up the bottom corner cursor, cropping out the edges until you’re happy with the position of the perfume bottle in the frame.
Step 3: Adjust levels
Open a Levels adjustment layer to make corrections to the overall image exposure (Image>Adjustments>Levels). Begin by pulling in the slider on the left-hand side (Highlights) of the histogram to where the mountainous range begins to gain height. Now move the midpoint (greys) slider along to create a punchier contrast.
Step 4: Clean up
Now create another new layer titled ‘Clean-up layer’ and select the Clone Stamp tool that is located in the Tools bar. Adjust the brush settings so it has soft edges and is sized proportionately to the dust spots that you want to remove (you may need to alter this as you go). Keep the Opacity at 100%.
Step 5: Cloning out
Zoom in to check for obvious marks and spots. Using the correctly sized Clone Stamp tool select the area next to the mark; holding down the Opt/Alt key to select the clean area (for each flaw), place the cursor over the mark you wish to remove and press down to clone it out.
Step 6: Masking
For harder-to-remove dust marks on reflective surfaces cut out the area using the Quick Mask mode (press ‘Q’ on your keyboard for a shortcut). Select the Brush tool with 100% Opacity and paint the area, using the Eraser tool to correct any errors. Hit ‘Q’ to preview the selection line and, when happy, go to Layer>New>Layer via Copy (or Cmd/Ctrl+J) to create a cutout of what you have masked.
Step 7: Remove finer dust
Select your new cutout layer and go to Layer>Filter>Noise>Medium and blur the pixels with a 8px Radius, or thereabouts. Now adjust the Opacity of the layer to around 80%. Edit the layer by first selecting a Darken blending mode and then Linear Dodge (Add). You can reduce the overall layer opacity if you need to.
Step 8: Replace colour
Even out the background colour by selecting Image>Adjustments>Replace Color. Use the Eyedropper tool and click on the darkest background area (eg the right-hand corner), drag the Lightness slider up to brighten out the dark regions and create an evenly white background. Make sure you zoom into your image and check that the white is the right brightness and blends with the already existing white background colour.
Step 9: Colour correction
Remove the warmer tones from the bottle and bring out the blues using the Color Balance adjustment layer (Image>Adjustments> Color Balance). Enable Preserve Luminosity and begin working your way through the sliders, adjusting through the Highlights, Midtones and Shadows. Continually toggle the Preview button on and off so that you can see the modified results as you go along. Remember, you don’t have to make adjustments with every slider; work gradually for best results.
Step 10: Final touchups
Zoom into your image and check for any unwanted marks you may have missed that still need to be cloned out. If you want to make further adjustments to the tonal range in the bottle use the Replace Color adjustment again and select a light blue area. Lighten this using the Lightness slider slowly to avoid cut-out-like results.
Step 11: Contrast and flatten
For a final contrast, boost use a Shadows/Highlights adjustment layer. Really push the Midtone Contrast slider for best results. When happy with the final look save the layered file separately as a PSD file in case you wish to go back and edit further. Now flatten your final image layers (Layer>Flatten Image).
Step 12: Sharpen up
Before you save your final image make sure it is sharp, adding definition to edges and improving the overall quality. Go to Filter> Sharpen>Unsharp Mask and activate the Preview button to monitor the effect. Up the Amount to 100% with Threshold at 0 levels and bring the Radius up slowly to around 2.6px.
Step 13: Resize
Now you’ve made the last tweaks you’ll want to resize it for web or print use. For a good-quality print, you will need to increase the image resolution to 300dpi (go to Image>Image Size>Resolution). For web use, decrease the resolution to a smaller value such as 72dpi.
Step 14: Saving
Remember to watermark your images before you upload them to ensure they are copyright protected. Once your work has been correctly resized to suit your output you should save the final image as a JPEG file (File>Save As>Format: JPEG) and then print out for your portfolio or upload to your online gallery.
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The million-dollar question: How can you boost your online sales? Online retail (AKA ecommerce) competition is fierce and there is such a brief opportunity to make an impression on potential customers. While product description and specifications are important, they can’t sell the product on their own. Ecommerce product photography is key! And no – not just any old photo will do. The better your products look, the more you are going to sell. If you want online shoppers to slow their scroll and click “Add to Cart”, your products need to look amazing.
It’s difficult to put a price tag on ecommerce photography. Maybe you’ve been getting by with using stock photography? Bad idea. Those photos will never stand out from the pack and are often just plain junk. Or maybe you’ve considered attempting to DIY your photos?
No. Just, please… no. This means a lot of trial-and-error and investing in all kinds of unnecessary equipment only to be left with subpar photos and a whole lot of stress. While there may be cheaper routes, is that really a risk you want to take? Like it or not, photography quality is a reflection of both your company and your product.
We can promise you, this is one thing worth leaving to a professional.
So, how might this whole process look? Well, first, we need to get your product in our hands – whether you prefer to ship it to us or we come pick it up. We take care of booking the models and hiring makeup or hair stylists when needed. Our team spends the time to make sure your product is picture-perfect: steaming, polishing, styling, etc. Once camera-ready, our experts will photograph your product in one of our state-of-the-art studios under proper and documented lighting (FYI – having standardized lighting for all products is critical in making your photos look uniform and cohesive). Those images are then sent to post-production for retouching and clipping paths. By the time they make their way back to you, you’ll be looking at a beautifully curated collection of flawless works of art.
How nice does that sound?
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As we all know that the is to remove the background of an image from its object. This is one layer clipping path process. But there is also multi-layer clipping path process for many complex product or model images. An image which is having multiple objects is needed to work in multiple layers. Once you are done with having one vector path, you can convert them into multiple layers.
If you have more than one object in the image, you need to do multiple paths in multiple layers, so that each object can get their specific shape. These things happen mostly when you want to . Multi-layer clipping path helps to showcase the masked areas in a very good way. Each and every object of every layer would be refined without losing their shapes.
Every kind of objects you can do path with a multi-layer path. Here are some products which mostly go for multi-layer clipping path
2. Neckpiece (Jewelry)
3. Garment products (mostly hoodies)
5. Gift Items
Multi-layer clipping path is usually taken by photographers and e-commerce websites because they need their photographs to be the best.
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One of our projects this week was to photograph a range of high-vis work clothing for a company catalogue.
There are different options available when photographing clothing. You can photograph the garment…
- laying flat on a surface
- being worn by a model or
- on a mannequin
When photographing clothing on a mannequin it can sometimes look a little “cheap” and unpolished to see the mannequin’s arm, legs or head poking out of the clothing.
These images are an example of the “invisible mannequin” technique where the garments are full and 3D, but there are no signs of anyone wearing the clothing – they appear hollow.
It’s an excellent technique and results in high-quality product images that are all about the clothing.
Here are some of the final photos…
If you would like professional photos of your clothing, we would love to hear from you.
What is Clipping Path?
Clipping Path is a closed vector path, or shape, usually withdraw with a Photoshop pen tool to cut out a photo of it is background. When Clipping path is included and everything outside the vanishes. Use of Clipping Path in the image gallery has increased dramatically in the previous few years. Cause the result of cutting out an image from a background using Photoshop clipping path is the ever better process in terms of quality. There may have some other option in Photoshop to drop out the background, but they are not used while considering best quality output. A Clipping Path not only can be applied to the kind of photo that had the proper edge, it can also be applied to the smooth edges.
Compound Clipping Path
In the photo industry, a Compound Path result from the combination of multiple paths for various products, or various colors within a single photo. It is normally used for color correction and background fall down purposes.
How we draw the Path
To ensure quality Clipping Path, Clipping Path United draws all paths manually using only Photoshop pen task. Once drawing a path is finished with an image, we apply clipping path on it so that when you zone it in your layout, e.g. in InDesign, it will show only the portion which had inside the path. Everything outside will have vanished and you can use whatever background color you want. We also give you photos in PSD or TIFF format with a separate transparent background layer if you badly need so.
Who needs Clipping Path service?
In today’s world, many individuals and factories need Clipping Path service. Specially who are involved in photography, advertising, designing and printing industries. For example, a catalog company usually uses hundreds of photos in their catalog and they are most likely to remove that background of their product images before they place them into the layout.
Similarly, a web development company needs to publish images on the website where they need to use clipping Path to fall out the background. We are closely working together with individual photographers, catalog company, graphic design houses, web developers, photo studios, magazine companies, newspapers, printing press, advertising agency, etc.
With Clipping Path United, all DTP professionals are trained in Photoshop and illustrator, basically in Clipping Path & masking and have several years of work experience in the field. Most of our designers also studied at the Graphic Arts Institute, the only government organization in Bangladesh that teaches printing technology and graphic design. They who are clipping Path job only; for example, we do not get them involved in the other site like retouching or editing to ensure that they are more qualified at what they are doing, To ensure keep our quality always at the top, we do not employ any new designer who did not have any work experience in the past and or any best training. Since we are expanding our business, we have a training institute where a group of enough, we get him involved in the production. We also have the triple checked quality control system. Maiden of all, we have got team leaders who look after the DTP professionals on how they are working, whether or not they are on the correct path. Upon completion, we have a quality controller who checks all photo one by one and finally goes to DTP in-charge who check for the final time uploading to the client.