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How to easily remove the background from all photos – easy help



This guide shows you how to remove the background from all photos – almost instantly and without hassle.

  before and after photos of Terence Higgins with the background removed

Using a cool service called Trace you can upload a photo, get the background automatically removed and then download the new photo with a transparent background. In addition to doing a fantastic job of removing the background, Trace is free. There is no "pro" version where you have to pay for specific features – it is completely free and you can use it to remove the background from an unlimited number of images. How –

  1. Go to the Trace site and sign up for an account. Again, it's free, there are no "catches" ̵
    1; you just have to create an account to use the service. Once you have created an account, click Upload a Photo .
  2.   upload a photo button for Trace

  3. Select your photo and click Open to upload it.
  4.   upload a file window with a photo selected

  5. Please wait a moment while the file is uploaded …
  6.   file uploaded to the Trace web service

  7. … and Trace will automatically remove the background. When done, click the Download button to save a copy of the edited photo.
  8.   before and after photos of Terence Higgins with background removed

  9. You can also use Trace to add a new background – click the Colors link just below the image and you will be presented with the option to add a solid color as the background to your photo.
  10.   add a background color to a photo feature in the Trace web service

  11. Clicking the Images link below your photo allows you to add a photo background to your image. Select one of the thumbnails to preview your image with a different background.
  12.   Add a photo background to an image feature in the Trace web service

  13. Anytime you can click the Download button to save your newly edited image.
  14.   a download button

  15. Repeat if necessary! 🙂

ps. The gentleman in the photo I have used as an example in this guide is the extraordinary Terence Higgins


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