One of the common problems when cutting out an object from a light background is the presence of a white edge or halo around the object. This can be an issue if you want to use that cut out on a dark background. You want your cut out to blend seamlessly with the background and not look like a rookie job.
Photographer Glyn Dewis has shared a valuable Photoshop technique to help remove these halos from your cut outs. Watch below.
00:41 – The importance of using a mask when cutting out
03:05 – Blurring the mask
04:18 – Removing white halo with levels
05:05 – What happens to the mask
What technique(s) do you use to remove white edges/halos when cutting out images? Share this post with a designer friend and voice your views in the comments below.