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Old Nov 25, 2008, 7:58 AM   #1
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I am finding this too hard, I googled and found some companies that do this sort of thing, has anyone tried them? Is clipping path the same as deepetching. http://www.deepetch.com seems to be one good one, I also saw http://www.rapidclipping.com/Photosh...pping/home.htm and http://www.ezyclipping.com. Has anyone had any experience with this sort of thing. My catalog has over 300 images of jewelery and jackets with fur fitted on manequins due in two weeks, all shot on a blue studio background. Do I require alpha channel masking? Can anyone help please?
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Old Nov 25, 2008, 9:09 AM   #2
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All three of those sites I would think are reputable graphic houses. They will close-crop each of your 300 images and you can then put any background you want behind them. The first listed asks you to rate difficulty or let them rate it. The last company gives an example of Easy, Medium, and Hard. Having close-cropped enough in my life I know that nothing is that difficult. However, hair, or a bicycle with its spokes is time consuming as compared to a simple square television. Having 300 images and only a couple weeks to get them prepped I would say its going to cost you. So unless you are capable of doing it yourself, I suggest you get moving and take your pick of one of these companies. Or you can check your Yellow Pages for a graphics house near you. Always get a quote. Good luck.
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