Sunday, February 24, 2013
Clipping path is a non-printing line that encloses one or more areas of a raster image that effectively says to Photoshop software, “Only print what’s inside the path and ignore everything else outside of it”. Clipping paths are typically used to hide the background of an image or may be used to transform an image into any shapes, making the masked portions transparent or to any color background. Clipping Path never becomes a part of the original image or changes any pixel in the image. Clipping paths can be created in graphics programs then exported with an image as an embedded path or alpha channel or they can be drawn directly in some page layout applications. Clipping images can be easily used in catalogs, flyers, brochure, magazines, posters, e-commerce websites and all other fields where usage of images are frequent. As a result clipping path service has become so popular to photographers, publishing houses, graphics design services, web developers etc.
Posted by Doe Graphics at Sunday, February 24, 2013