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I have one *.BMP Picture (110 MB in size) that has a background. I want to remove it's background (white background). for showing my works in Photoshop I convert my *.BMP because of large size to *.JPG format.

So my main picture is:

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do some works on Photoshop and whitening background but when zoom it, the works has Range Problem and informally get low quality (zoom 2 pictures to see different).

My problem is when removed background or white it, the quality of work is down and Range Problem occurred. what is the way to do it without get stuck in mentioned problem?!

It's not important that be black or reflect the exact translucency. I means just remove background (gray background in main picture) and my character didnt get Range problem. is there any way?

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  • I'm not exactly sure what you're asking but once you get to the bottom image try using a Levels Adjustment Layer and see if that does what you're looking for. I'm really unsure though as there seems to be some language barriers. – Ryan May 10 '16 at 14:19
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    @Ryan it's not important that be black or reflect the exact translucency. I means just remove background (gray background in main picture) and my character didnt get Range problem. is there any way? – user66044 May 10 '16 at 14:21
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First make sure the top image is the only layer, so if there's a default white background layer then delete it.

  1. Layer → Layer Style → Blending Options
  2. Under This Layer at the bottom see how the left part of the white is moved in. Hold Alt and drag that part of the slider with your mouse until its to your liking.

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  • Could you send me your edited picture on my files? – user66044 May 10 '16 at 14:33
  • @user66044 no, I am here to teach people how to do things, not do it for them – Ryan May 10 '16 at 14:33
  • My problem is via removing background, background and text changed simultaneously. – user66044 May 10 '16 at 14:39
  • @user66044 Hit the Edit Button your question to include a new screenshot of where you're stuck and I'll do my best to help you – Ryan May 10 '16 at 14:41
  • I did it please see – user66044 May 10 '16 at 14:44

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