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I know that there's a lot of tutorials on how to make the background transparent. But I can't find any on how to make the foreground transparent. These transparent checkerboxes should be on the t-shirt but the background would remain white

here's my expanded layers file: https://prnt.sc/sde79s

Here's what I mean: https://prnt.sc/sde6qp

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  • Unless I'm missing something ....Simply use a "background removal" tutorial and reverse the removal. It's all the same methodology. You simply have to think of the shirt as the background and the white as the foreground. – Scott May 8 '20 at 20:38
  • Oh.. yeah why didn't I think of that. Sorry, thought there was different method to this. – dydx May 8 '20 at 21:23
  • You can invert the layer masks. – Billy Kerr May 8 '20 at 23:39
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    This question is not the same on the surface, but you are both trying to achieve the same end-result: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/q/120948/2332 – Joonas May 9 '20 at 1:02
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  1. Follow a tutorial to make the background transparent using selections.

  2. Invert the selection.

  3. Done.

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incase you are using Photoshop artboards If you want to change the background of your artboard to transparent, follow these instructions: Click the artboard. Go to the Properties panel (Window > Properties) for the artboard. Under artboard background color, select the background and change it to transparent.

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