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    want to rework an image - changin background of portait This question is [a expert-one]

    how to do the change of a backround in an image!? i will add this image


    look forward to hear from you

    greetings matz

    btw - i can send you a second image - there you can see a background which is "wanted..."
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    hi there

    just wanted to have this background here

    Quote Originally Posted by joo_driven View Post
    good evening

    want to rework an image - changin background of portait This question is [a expert-one]

    how to do the change of a backround in an image!? i will add this image


    look forward to hear from you

    greetings matz

    btw - i can send you a second image - there you can see a background which is "wanted..."
    i attach an image - this color-sheme is wanted... is this possible
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    hi there
    again me

    sooory - again just wanted to have this background here

    i attach an image with the correct color sheme: Well this it:
    this color-sheme is wanted... is this possible

    look forward
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    IrfanView is not the right tool for this job.

    You can make the background a uniform colour on some images with good contrast with the IrfanPaint plugin (shortcut F12) by using the floodfill tool on the background, but you really need proper photo-editing software for this task.

    The gradient fill is not possible with IrfanPaint.

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    good day dear Mate

    thx for the posting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhikkhu Pesala View Post
    IrfanView is not the right tool for this job.

    You can make the background a uniform colour on some images with good contrast with the IrfanPaint plugin (shortcut F12) by using the floodfill tool on the background, but you really need proper photo-editing software for this task.
    The gradient fill is not possible with IrfanPaint.

    what can i do now? How can i solve the task. I need to rework the foto - in order to get some solutions that look like the image below...

    is it doable with some other tools. BUT believe me. I am a photoshop-noob besides this. i do not have photoshop at all....

    hmm what do you suggest. How to get a propper solution: Can ´i cut the body of the first and paste it in the second image...;-)

    look forward to hear from you


    joo

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    I'm no expert on Photo-editing.

    The attachment was a ten minute job in PagePlus using its cut-out studio, but the result is rough, mainly because the source image is of low resolution, but the lack of contrast between the background and the foreground makes it hard in any program. It makes a lot more work as one has to use a lower colour tolerance for the cut-out brush, and it removes smaller areas at a time.

    With the right picture, it takes just a few clicks to get a better result than you see here.
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    Smile hello - great to see this results

    hello dear Bhikku Pesala,

    many many thanks - great rresults. Well i provided a bad image - since it had low resolution... But i got the idea..


    by the way: well now we do not need the girl image as a demo. Can you do a favour. Can you erase the attachement. Well i do not know if i run into some publication issues here. Ive found the image in a offline document for application... But i still want to avoid any issues - i am a bit frightened if i think about this .... So can you help me and erase the "girl"-
    I t hink that we do not need it any more..

    Your ideas are great!! Many many thanks in advance...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhikkhu Pesala View Post
    I'm no expert on Photo-editing.

    The attachment was a ten minute job in PagePlus using its cut-out studio, but the result is rough, mainly because the source image is of low resolution, but the lack of contrast between the background and the foreground makes it hard in any program. It makes a lot more work as one has to use a lower colour tolerance for the cut-out brush, and it removes smaller areas at a time.

    With the right picture, it takes just a few clicks to get a better result than you see here.
    i have a better picture - can you show me what is the best outcome ...

    a. in color or with the
    b. black and white ... (see above)


    What is distrubing -and bad in the original picture is the background! i want to get rid of this annouing background. The goal is to get a better background - with or without color..

    Note this image has got 29 kb.. it is a bit better than the previous ones...


    Well i will try to get the blugins loaded and will try to play. with them

    look forward to hear from you

    best regards

    joo
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    I don't have time to do your work for you. To get the best outcome in any program with that image will take time and care. The "best outcome" is subjective anyway.

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    If you want to do this sort of thing in IrfanView use the GML Matting 8BF filter. I think it's brilliant (and its free). Download from here and put the 8BF into the Adobe part of your Plugins folder. Make sure you read the Alternative Output section in the Help file that downloads with it to find out how to work with IrfanView.

    The attached took just a few minutes to do.
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    hi there hello Mij

    many thanks - great job. I love the results. They show what is possible with the tool.

    downloaded so far - saw that i have no Adobe-part of Plugin-folder. How to create that one!?

    QUOTE=Mij;22026]If you want to do this sort of thing in IrfanView use the GML Matting 8BF filter. I think it's brilliant (and its free). Download from here and put the 8BF into the Adobe part of your Plugins folder. Make sure you read the Alternative Output section in the Help file that downloads with it to find out how to work with IrfanView.

    The attached took just a few minutes to do.[/QUOTE]

    thx - now i am going to read the help-files and try to do my own rework.
    BTW: can u explain to built in the adobe-part of plugins (folder) and finally the GML Matting 8 BFfilter?

    thx in advance
    joo

    update: as i do not know how to add the mentioned 8BF filters i did a search and i found some additional infos at http://www.irfanview.com/

    Available PlugIns and current versions:

    * 8BF_Filters - (version 3.97): allows IrfanView to load Adobe Photoshop 8BF filters
    Note: some older/special 8BFs may require additional system DLLs:
    Msvcrt10.dll
    Plugin.dll
    You can download these DLLs here:
    http://irfanview.tuwien.ac.at/plugins/8bf_tools.zip
    (check "Readme.txt" for instructions and install!)
    well should i download the stuff at the http://www.irfanview.com/ and install it - and afterwards get the stuff from here and put the 8BF into the Adobe part.

    look forward to hear from you

    joo
    Last edited by joo_driven; 11.06.2009 at 10:29 PM. Reason: more infos found in the net

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