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I'm not sure whether this should actually be just a comment, but the reason you're getting blurred, slightly jagged edges, is because you're using the line tool on a fairly low resolution image and are zoomed in. Try changing your zoom to 100% and see if the jaggedness remains. If you need more detail, then consider chaning the resolution of your image (...


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This is a quick, easy way that I've found to remove a white background: 1) Use the Quick Selection Tool (w) and paint around the inside of the object that you wish to isolate from its background. You might need to go in and manually deselect some areas, by holding down ALT while you paint. 2) Click on Refine Edge at the top of your screen and adjust your ...


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Use actions like this one http://mediamilitia.com/removing-a-white-background-with-photoshop-actions/ But the quality is always linked to the quality of the jpg and the amount of artefacts.



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