Decompose Automatically Extracts Foreground Objects from Photos for Editing

By Alan Henry Aug 1, 2011 4:00 AM

Mac: If you need to pull out the person or an object in a photo without picking up the rest of the image, Decompose will automatically identify the foreground image you want, highlight it, and pull it out of the image for easy pasting into a new image or document.

If you’re talented with Photoshop or another image editor, or if you paid attention during our basics of Photoshop night school series, you may not need a $29.99 app to do this for you. However, if you have no idea how to get started, you’re in a hurry, or don’t know how to do it, Decompose can save you a lot of time and energy. The app is definitely a unitasker, but it’s worth a look if you extract objects from photos or images often.

Decompose | Mac App Store via TUAW

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Two Photoshop Forgeries That Can Save You Money on Parking

 

Adam DachisPhotoshop is an amazing tool, but it’s generally used for a specific kind of creative work. In this post we’re going to look at a different kind: easy, evil forgeries that can save you money in your day-to-day life.

Note: The tips you read in this post are at least bordering on illegal, and in most circumstances they are also bad things to do. We’ll offer up situations where making the evil choice might be ethically sound, but because laws vary depending on where you live you need to make sure you’re not breaking them before you try anything you read here.

Read the full article here >> Two Photoshop Forgeries That Can Save You Money on Parking.

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