Creating a transparent background for your product’s image in Photoshop opens up a wide range of the impressive display. This is the only option for you to feature all your products with attractive looks. Here is an example; a transparent background gives you the ability to place a product against a background that changes color.
Featured products with transparent backgrounds may interact differently with their background colors. Hence, on responsively designed websites depends on the user’s screen size. You can use a transparent background to create your website logo file. By transparent background, place the logo anywhere on your site, regardless of the background color changes.
Using Photoshop, you can create a transparent background for your website. You have to know how to save the file in the appropriate web-ready format. In this article, you will learn this simple process. You will know the whole process of how to create a transparent background in Photoshop. Take our other services from the Home page.
“Make your image a layered file. Make your selection. Delete Background. Save your image in the appropriate web-ready format. Save your file that’s all.”
Open Photoshop and import the image from the file option. Most likely, it will be in a JPG format. This example is used when you take a picture against a white background.
Open your Layers panel. By default, this panel is already fixed to the right of your image window. But if you don’t find it, you can access it by clicking Window. Find Layers from the dropdown menu at the top of the application window.
In the Layers panel, double-click the background layer. You will find a new layer dialog box that will ask you to rename the layer. You can set it to default level 0 and click OK.
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Use the Magic Wand tool from the left-hand toolbar of the application window. Then, click Selection Topic from the Options bar at the top of the screen. Photoshop will try to select the object from your photograph. You can do it regardless of the background change. Use the option “marching ants.”
If the selection is not perfect, you can use the Magic Wand tool. But It depends on how the selection tool removes a lot of background. For this reason, you have to selecting or adding more products to the selection. Photoshop did not wholly remove the clock shadow.
You have to select subtract from the option bar selection icon. And then click on the shadow sections with the Magic Wand tool until the selection is clockwise.
When you make your selection, make sure that you select any region where there are “holes” in your product image. Here is an example like the clock face that matches the example image’s hinge.
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Suppose you want to select your product, (type SHIFT + CTRL + I). Or select Reverse from the dropdown menu at the top of the application window.
You can type box space for Background selection. Your background will now be transparent. In Photoshop, a transparent and background is presenting with a grey and white checkerboard pattern.
You can deselect your selection type CTRL + D or (COMMAND + D on a Mac).
Creating a transparent background in Photoshop is the first step. To display your eCommerce website with a transparent background, you need to save your product image in the correct format. The best form for saving your images is PNG-24.
This format allows for many clarity levels. It means your image will never have a pixelated “hall” if placed in a different image background. Older transparent file formats like PNG-8 and GIF can create this unwanted halo effect. So whenever possible, you can use a PNG-44.
To save your file as PNG-44 in Photoshop CC, type SHIFT + ALT + CTRL + W. Export as File> Export> Select from the dropdown menu at the top of the application window. Note: If you use an older version of Photoshop, you won’t find advanced option. You can choose to save to the web and select PNG-24 from the preset dropdown menu on the right in the dialog box.
In the dialog box that appears, below the file settings to the right of the box, set the PNG format. Make sure the transparency box is on checking. Don’t check small files (8-bit) – it converts the file to PNG-8.
You will see the file size predicted for your PNG file on the left side of the image. This is important to note because larger file sizes will load your web page more slowly. Many people prefer to keep web images smaller than 200 KB or less.
To the right of your dialogue box, under Image Size, you have the option to adjust the dimensions of your image. The small size means a small file size. Yet, you do not want to make your image’s dimensions smaller? Then you can create blurred or pixelated images.
While many of your customers are viewing your product on a Retina display, they expect more. It’s a good practice to store your product image at a 50% –100% larger than the size you desire. This will help it to look crisp on all devices.
If you know your product will be a maximum of 400px wide, you can make it at least 600px wide here. So, yes, you need to work with some balance to maximize your image’s size while reducing your file size.
To reduce the load time, you can choose to save only your featured product images for larger retina displays. It will allow most of your product images in saving mode in their original form.
Once you have resized your image to the correct size, click Export All. In the Save dialogue box, select the folder to hold your web-ready product images. You can avoid confusion when loading your images on your site.
Hence, you have to keep optimal image files separated from your original image files. Put the image Name and make sure its extension is set to .png. Click set save.
The logo you use on your website has a transparent background. It is the flexibility to display it anywhere on your site. You can do it regardless of the color of the page’s background. However, if you are saving logo as JPG, you will need to remove the Photoshop background.
To save your file as PNG-44, we do the example above for the product image. If you have the logo as a vector file (with extensions), you are lucky. But you still need to open the file in Photoshop and convert it to PNG-24 is in a web-ready format.
Go to file> Open and navigate until your logo is on the file. Click Open after you open it. Open the JPG (or other raster formats) file in Photoshop. Yet, if you open the vector format file, you must make sure that your settings are correct in the dialogue box that appears. The bounding box is set Constance ratio checked Mode: RGB color. Click OK.
If you are working with a vector file, you can skip this step. Yet, if you are working with a JPG, you need to select and delete the image’s background as we did in step 1 above when we clear the background of an image of a product you need to double-click the background layer.
You will find this in the Layers panel and click OK to convert the background to layer. Selecting the background of the logo file is slightly different. It is different from choosing a product image background as your logo background is probably all white.
You can select the Magic Wand tool from the toolbar and click on your logo file’s white background. If you need to select multiple regions, hold down the SHIFT key and click the Magic Wand tool to associate it with the selection.
After selecting the full background, type BACKSPACE (delete on a Mac). You will now have a transparent and background, represented by the grey and white checkerboard type.
To export your file as PNG-44, we have created a transparent product image above. Follow steps 4 and 5 from there. Whether your original file was in JPG, AI, PDF or other file formats, these steps are the same.
When you export your image, you will notice that your file size is significantly smaller. It would be smaller than your transparent background product image. This is because logos have only one or two colors instead of thousands of colors in a product image. So there is no need to reduce your image’s proportions when you save your logo file.
Keep the original file sizes you are working with the same size and click Save. You now know how to create web-ready images with transparent backgrounds. You should practice this because your site will look beautiful without slowing down.
JPEG does not support a transparency background at all. The most compatible option is to use the PNG format. The photographer is using a lossless compression format for their images. There is another option to use the new WebP file format.
This format supports both lossless (like PNG) and malicious compression (like JPG). This format allows transparency with both.
Save your image as a PNG file. (Press CTRL + T)
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