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    How to turn white into pure white

    Can someone advise me how to turn whitish background into pure white - but without affecting the subject in the graphic

    Is there a quick to use filter in Photoshop? How about Gimp?
    How about a coded solution like in PHP for example?

    A second best would be to outline very roughly around an object and then have the outside fade into pure white

    Not sure if any of the above makes sense!

    Thanks


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    If you could provide a screen shot or an attachment -- I can assist with matching the pure white. I'll use one of the Adobe Programs to help with this.

    To blend the picture in Adobe Photoshop, try out these directions below.:
    1. Right-click on the layer where you want the picture to fade.
    2. Select the Blending Options.
    3. Select the Inner Glow Option.
    4. The color of the glow should match the background.
    5. Adjust the size of the glow for more of the fade effect.

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    Make the whiteish background transparent and it will work with any background.
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    Hi,
    You can refer this website it will solve your problem.

    http://help.adobe.com/en_US/photosho...b64-73d6a.html

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    In GIMP

    Go to Edit > Preferences in the main GIMP window. The Preferences window will appear.

    Expand the Image Windows options on the left side of the window by clicking the little arrow that’s next to it. Choose Appearance.

    Choose Custom Colour from the drop down menu next to the words Canvas Padding Mode on the right portion of the Preferences menu

    Make sure the Custom Padding Colour is white. If the little box is not white click it and choose white from the color options. Click OK.


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