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ProductImageI am taking very large volume of product photography. I am using a photography tent and shooting on a white background but I need the finished images to be of the image on a perfectly white background.

I am looking for a way to automate this process as much as possible as I am going to be generating and processing thousands of images.

Does anyone know of a way to automate this process in photoshop? If not photoshop, any other software that can do this for me? All help is much appreciated.

Kind regards

edit: I have added a sample image to the post. I am looking for a way to make the background perfect white but to automate the process as much as possible so I can batch process them. The products are all food and drink products. Thanks in advance for any help and advice offered.

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    Possible duplicate of How to remove neutral background in photoshop? – Luciano Jun 4 at 14:15
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    You can probably just create an Action to run the steps in the duplicate question – Luciano Jun 4 at 14:19
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    Not at all sure this is a duplicate. @Darren - Can you post an example of an image you need processed please - Are all the items similar? Vastly different? – mayersdesign Jun 4 at 15:39
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    The lighting appears flat but your product shot is underexposed. Correct exposure could make your work easier. – Stan Jun 6 at 13:17
  • I'm confused because you say you're shooting on white but that looks like 50% gray. If you shoot on a white background with proper lighting you wouldn't get the above result. – Ryan Jul 5 at 17:15
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Make an action which simply moves the white limit in curves or levels:

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It should work ok if you have consistent exposure. It's useless if every image is exposed differently.

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