Remove and replace your background.
You don’t need a big travel budget to give your photo a beautiful background. With Photoshop, you can easily change the scenery from blah to Bali in just a few clicks.
How to remove your background in Photoshop.
1. Pick your photo
Open your image in the Layers panel and unlock the layer.
2. Click to remove
In the Properties panel, click Remove Background under Quick Actions.
3. Refine your edges
Use the Brush tool to clean up any small bits of background that remain.
4. Replace your background
Drag and drop a new image onto the canvas and press Enter/Return to finalise.
5. Move it to the back
In the Layers panel, drag the new image underneath the original one.
Reveal or conceal with black and white brushes.
After you remove the background, some small bits may still be visible on the edges of a subject. Select the subject and use the white brush to reveal and the black brush to conceal any unwanted pixels.
Refine your edges.
Double-check the edges of the object you cut out to make sure you’re happy with your selection. This is especially true around complex edges, like animal fur or human hair. Use the Refine Edge Brush tool to seamlessly blend the subject with its new background.
Try a transparent background.
Make a white background transparent to isolate your subject so you can use it in a variety of ways. You can pop your newly isolated subject, logo or branding onto website headers, email signatures, ads and more.
Blur. Layer. Colourise. Swap. Combine. Blend.
With Photoshop, everyone can.