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What you are looking for is known as a difference mask, difference key, or difference matte. To get clean results, you'll need a very stationary background. I'm not the best at creating actions, but here is the sequence I was able to come up with. This assumes you start out with the foreground layer as "Layer 2" and the background layer as "Layer 1". ...
Best way to do this is by creating an action. Do it once in a procedural way (so no pentooling) with selection methods and then play the action for the other images.
Using bucket fill instead of contour selection Note: This tutorial is also available in PDF. Add an alpha channel Some image types lack a transparency channel; JPG for example. If this is the case, add an alpha transparency channel. This is done by selecting Layer → Tranparency → Add Alpha Channel. Bucket fill with colour The next step is filling the ...
Simple web-based tool that lets you changes colors of vector image using raster graphics editor sponk.pl/svg-edit-colors/
If you just want transparency where the white is, you don't need Photoshop. This is a very simple thing to do in PowerPoint... 1. Paste the image into PowerPoint 2. Select the image 3. Hit the Format tab 4. Click Color 5. Click Set Transparent Color 6. Click on one of the white areas you want to remove. 7. Right click the image and Save as Picture. Of ...
Here is a very good way that is very easy: http://en.kioskea.net/faq/25394-photoshop-quickly-remove-the-background-of-an-image
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