In this episode you will learn how to quickly remove someone from their background and place them on all white. The final result is simple yet stunning, a person on a completely white background.
Shooting on a Seamless Background
Photographing someone in front of a seamless backdrop is a great way to give yourself options after the shoot is over. If you like the shot as it is, you are free to leave it. If you think your subject may look better on a new background, they will be much easier to cut out if they are photographed on seamless. You can also enhance the seamless idea and make the background completely one color.
Here are some of the tools we use in this episode.
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