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I can show you one way (out of several) to remove the gray background color from the image, but I'm not sure if the resulting image will work for a shirt print. In RGB, just add a layer on top of the image filled with the same gray color as the image and set the new layer's Blend Mode to Divide. Optionally use a Levels adjustment layer or similar to add some ...


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If that is all that you have for the logo, good luck. Any printer that you send that to is going to print you a big rectangle and flood white behind it. There's nothing else that they can do. Even if they do try to print white just under the rainbow parts, that file would still print CMYK to make the grey rectangle and show up on the shirt. That's how ...


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