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The "flattener - preview" is the right tool to use. The 'Transparent objects' will show objects that have transparency properties (blending modes/opacity less than 100%) and the 'All Affected objects' shows any element that may be affected by some element of transparency. For example some type with a drop shadow. The type itself may not have transparency but ...
They've used the normal image data as a mask for the part of the image outside of the Sabres' logo and full opacity inside the logo. Here's the alpha data: Here's the greyscale image to which that mask is applied: If you use the first image as a layer mask for the second, you can recreate the effect. As other users have mentioned, this works because ...
In the original image, the player image is actually a layer mask on a solid white layer over top of the team logo; the darker the image tone, the more transparent it will be - but there's nothing there that isn't white with differing degrees of transparency. The logo itself is black, so against a white background you only see the logo and whatever part of ...
Why it occurs is answered here: Why does this PNG image on twitter look different when clicked? Just looking at the images without trying myself it appears the How is by having inside the circle blacks present and whites are transparent. Outside of the circle whites are present and blacks are transparent.
You could make a transparent box, select it and then got to Select > Same Fill Color Some options under Select > Object may also be handy for you.
I don't see anything in the above image but the following steps should produce fibers on a transparent layers, showing what is underneath. I am adding an image which has a background half red half blue to show you the effect. Add a white layer and apply the fibers filter Switch to Channels panel and Ctrl-click on the RGB layer icon at the top This will ...
The free "un-multiply" photoshop plugin here does a free, quick, excellent job at this task: http://www.ayatoweb.com/download/down04.html That page is in Japanese (foreign to me ;), though it's easy to find the download links. I believe it comes with an older version of an MSVC dll which must be put in the application root directory of photoshop. Note ...
Try to Save As… and rename the file. Maybe there is a glitch in the file, since a new document seemed to work fine. The native PSD file with transparent background works best for placing transparent backgrounds in AI.
Use Magic Eraser tool for each layer...That will definitely speed up things
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