How To Do Clipping Path in Photoshop: A Complete clipping Path Tutorial
Step -1 Open the file which you want to clip path in Photoshop
From the tool box, you have to select the “Pen tool” (Shortcut key: Ctrl+”p”)
Pen tool is shown on the right side
Click on the edge of the element you would like to cut out inside the image, release the button of the mouse. From a particular distance, click once again on the edge and this time hold and drag your mouse pointer. Once you see outline is strictly on the edge of the image, unleash the mouse. Continue doing same method till you finish up at the purpose wherever you started your path. When you will see the point of starting, you should click on it for closing the path. You have done outside path only. Now see look at the image below
Now you have to draw paths every gaps of the image, for this you have to create new path starting point in the same way you have done before and keep drawing till you shut the loop with the place of begin. Keep drawing paths for all gaps. You have completed your paths for your image for removing background. Now see the Image below
How to save clipping path on image?
When you will finish drawing paths all the part of the image then you have to save clipping path in the image for remove the background. To do this you need to go to the path palette, it is located under the window, it is called ‘paths’. Now you will found the path which you have done in “work path” select the layer and double click on this layer and give a name of it. In this way your path is saved. See the image below
Now you need to click on the pop up menu in path palette in your Photoshop, and select “Clipping Path” when the clipping path window will open you have to click “OK” or put any number of softness in the flat area, you can leave it blank. And we left it blank. Now see the image below
Finally you have finished applying clipping path to this image nicely.
How to remove background using path?
- After completing path if you want to remove the background of the image then bring the “paths” and “Layer” Palette from the “Window” menu.
- For selecting the path, press and hold the Control key in the keyboard and click on the path.
- Holding the Control key + press the “J” in your keyboard. Now you will get a new layer which contains the object that was in the path.
- Now you have to do the background layer off, and the main object will remain with a transparent background. See the image below.
Congratulations..!!! You learnt it finally…!!!!