Remove a background with help from AI.
Sometimes you need to cut out the original background of a photo and replace it with something else. For example, product photos and professional headshots often put their subjects in front of a solid color or white background, which is easy enough when working in a photography studio. But if you don’t have a physical solid background on hand, you can use a few different methods in Photoshop to remove the background of an image and replace it with a new one that suits your needs.
Once you’ve detected, selected, and removed the background of an image, you still have to double-check the edges to make sure everything works. This is especially true around complex edges, like animal fur or human hair. Fortunately, tools powered by Adobe Sensei, like the Refine Edge Brush tool, can also help you better blend the subject with its new background.