Which Is Better for Image Editing Clipping Path or Masking?
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Which Is Better for Image Editing Clipping Path or Masking?

There are many different methods that can be used for image editing. In this blog post, we will compare clipping path and image masking services to see which one is better for your needs. Clipping path is a method where the background of an image is removed completely, leaving a transparent background. Image masking is a process where the edges of an image are masked so that only certain parts of the image are visible. So, which one should you choose? Let's take a look at the pros and cons of each!

Photoshop clipping path is a type of graphic design technique in which an object or figure(s) are cut out from its original form and attached to another piece. It can be used as logos, icons for website images etc., especially those with flat designs where you want some depth without having too much going on visually at once; think lettering styles like handwritten modern text alongside. Otherhand, image masking in Photoshop is a technique to isolate the background from a complex image like fuzzy hair with a model.

Difference between Image Clipping Path and Image Masking
In general, clipping path is a service that helps you create an image, without any background. Image masking does the same thing, an exception which generates another layer over your original one and removes unwanted elements into it using various techniques like brushstrokes or Photoshop background eraser tool. But they can also add some effects if required, such as glazing to make things less harsh looking so we will have something more gentle than just removing everything since this takes time too!

Image masking is the best way to remove complicated backgrounds from intricate photos, but if you want a similar result with some Simple edges, use Clipping Paths instead!

Clipping Path uses a pen tool to remove the background, while Image Masking can do much more than just that. It uses three different ways for changing portions of an image and is capable in editing any part or all aspects on your design without sacrificing its original state!

Guide to Create Clipping Path in Photoshop
Clipping Path is an easy way to add some design flair. Follow our step-by -step guide for a quick tutorial on how it works!

Step-1: Open the Image in Photoshop
Here we used Adobe Photoshop, which is more comfortable for drawing a path. The first step you have to choose an image. Open it on Photoshop. Simply, you can Go to the File menu option and open it. Browse the image and bring it a comfortable view.

Step-2: Select the Pen Tool
Now, press "P" on your keyboard to enable the Pen Tool from the toolbar. This tool can be accessed through the Photoshop interface by clicking on the icon that looks like a pen or using the keyboard shortcut.
Step-3: Draw the Clipping Path

This powerful tool allows you to easily and precisely edit your images by clipping out specific parts of an image or drawing precise shapes. It is time-consuming but essential for anyone looking to achieve a high level of control over their images in photoshop. Whether you are clipping out a picture or drawing precise shapes, mastering the photoshop pen tool will give you more flexibility and precision when working. So draw carefully over the edges of your product image.

Step-4: Save the Path
Once the path is created the next step, you should save the path. Find the feature in the paths panel. Make a double click on "Work Path" and you will see a popup option where you can rename the path name. Keep it as it shows. Or you can rename it whatever you want.

Step-5: Clipp the Path
Now go to the Paths Panel and reopen it. You have to find the option that says “Path 1” or your last chosen name. Right-click on it and give the selection value 0.3 to 0.5, which is standard for an image cutout.

Step-6: Save as PSD or TIF
Once your above tasks are finished, you can edit your image or isolate it. Finally, save the file into your desired format. If you want to keep it edited and layered, save it in PSD or TIF format.

Step-7: Use the Image
Your file is ready for use. You can use it later for any advanced editing or compositing.

Image Masking Tool.

Now we explain how to process the image masking in Photoshop. These steps are very simple as it familiar with the above steps.

Follow steps 1 to 4. Before applying the masking technique, it is good to draw a clipping path over the product edges. Or you can simply use the masking tool without making a clipping path.

Step-8: Background eraser tool
Press the E on the keyboard. Or go to the toolbar menu and select the "background eraser tool". Now go to your image and create a copy of your image background layer. Now, create a blank layer by pressing Ctl+Shift+N. Fill it into white color #ffffff.

Step-9: Apply the Eraser brush

This is a very important part of image masking work. First, smoothly brush off the amount where you want to isolate. For example, if you have a model image, you have to apply the brush over the model's hair. The best practice to select the Tolerance value of 40-60 percent and put the Limits - Discontiguous.

Step-10: Check the quality and Save it
Finally, the background behind the model's hair is totally isolated and the white background is visible. You can put different colors over the white background layer for the quality ensure, which we created in step 8. Then you can see the comparison of the cut-out.

So these are the easiest way to apply clipping path and masking in Photoshop. We explained Clipping Path and masking technique in detail. The step-by-step guide can be excellent for newbies looking for editing. There is another way to isolate the image from its background. This feature is called "Magic eraser tool". But this tool has many drawbacks. Hope we will discuss this with a new tutorial about this feature.

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