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Created the following image (or rather, just changed the text to Digital Electronics). How to change the white color of the background of the picture to a suitable color or picture (image) (specifically with the indication of Photoshop tools or possibly using markup without photoshop)? I'm new, so please don't ban me

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The PNG image you posted already has a transparent background. So all you need to do is to place that image on a layer above another image, or create a new background layer below and fill it with a colour.

Example

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If you want to use the logo on a web page, since the PNG already has transparency, any background you choose on a web page will show through the transparent areas.

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  • How does to place that image on a layer above another image? How does create a new background layer below and fill it with a color? I am a newbie, so please point by point to explain how to perform the above steps – vladdv861 dvin Feb 22 at 13:32
  • Open an image to use as a background, and then click File > Place - and choose the PNG logo you made. Or to add a new layer, click Layer > New > Layer. You can click and drag the layers in the layers panel if you want to move them up or down. Use Edit > Fill to fill a layer with colour. If you are unfamiliar with the concept of layers in Photohsop, it might be worthwhile having a look for some beginner tutorials on youtube. There are lots! – Billy Kerr Feb 22 at 13:59
  • I work in the Russified version of Photoshop and in it in the File menu there are only 2 items with the word Place: 1. Place embedded ..., Place related. Which of these two points should be used to insert my PNG file as a foreground? – vladdv861 dvin Feb 23 at 11:12
  • You can use either, it doesn't matter which one you choose. In English these options are Place Embedded, or Place Linked. If you place a linked file, it will be placed as a Smart Object in Photoshop on a new layer, If you place it embedded, it will embed the image within the photoshop document as a new layer. If you don't understand these basics you really need to take some beginner tutorials. – Billy Kerr Feb 23 at 11:29

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