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JASEEMXX91

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I just want the background in the attached image to be changed....that is.... everything except the rug should be removed from the pic and a nice background should be added...(Even if rug removed...not a problem...)

I tried doing myself but i wasnt comfortable...i am sure the for the Gurus out here it will be a walk in the park!!
So some one pls kindly help me....
Also doing anything to make my prizes look Better is more than welcomed.....
Pls use your talented skills a bit for me...
Make this picture look wonderful and aweinspiring.. :)

Thanks for Reading


Hoping to see something great

Have a nice day :)
 

Paul

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I do flying lessons for free also, i have my own plane with free fuel for ever so you will be ok no worries. As for your request 'Good luck'...
 

SeniorS

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I am school student with no job at all.... how am i supposed to pay??
Hope you understand!!
Yep, personaly i do.

So best way i think is use pen tool to select background. It'll just little slower but gives predictable and guaranteed result.
Here is one article - Photoshop Paths Explained but you can find more in net.

“Give a man a fish, and you’ll feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you’ve fed him for a lifetime.”
 

JASEEMXX91

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Thank you....!!
But as i mentioned...I did try doing myself and i am unable to do anything after selecting the required path...
I dont know....something must be wrong somewhere....
Its really confusing for a Newbie like me

Regards
 

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If you maded path then you can turn that path to selection by CTRL+click on path in Path panel.
If you made path around rug then you'll need to go Select/Inverse/
Then give some feather by Select/Modify/Feather about 0,2-0,4.
Now you can made Layer/New Fill Layer/Solid Color and choose background color you want. Plain black would look good. Or use that selection for placing some image in background.
 

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ok here you go the easy way for you
step 1 press q on your keyboard
step 2 select a paint brush paint in everything you want to keep so that all goes red be careful stay within the lines
step 3 once everything you want to keep is red press Q again
step 4 go to select > inverse
step 5 press control + c
step 6 press control + v
step 7 import a new picture you want the new background to be and place it directly below your copied layer.
 

Paul

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Not being funny or anything but that is one ask to far for me.
As for feeding fish to men - buy a net.
 

Paul

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As explained by H and senior, you will end up with one like this ONLY better if you take your time, i did the H route FOR SPEED.:)
 

JASEEMXX91

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Thankss.....but it looks really Funny ;) No offense...
But whenever i try to do some thing it says "Layer Locked'
BTW i am using Photoshop 7....if it makes any difference :/
 

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school kid wanting a nice pic for facebook to show of there trophies I get it. I tell you what give me 5 mins I will do 1 quick attempt for you but it will only be 1 quick attempt and I wont be able to alter it as I am of out for the day so what you see will be what you get from me ok is that a deal
 

JASEEMXX91

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Oh.....awesome.....But is there any way i can alter it tooo....may be you could provide me its Editable file....PSD i guess it is.... :)

And You guessed my intentions.....Also i want to frame it in my Room...thats more of an importance than facebook ;)

Also thanks very much for spending time for me :D

I really appreciate it
 

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