[Gimp-user] Removing Background

2010-10-02 Thread Beassweetpeas
On 30/09/2010 22:29, Beassweetpeas wrote: I have just got Gimp and want to remove backgrounds of images.On the video tutorials I have watched there is a box on the right hand side for choosing background. I dont have this although Im sure it was on when I installed it. I only have the

Re: [Gimp-user] Removing Background

2010-10-02 Thread Ofnuts
On 02/10/2010 16:04, Beassweetpeas wrote: What you want isn't removing the background, but extracting the foreground :-) And there is a tool for this next to the scissors tool (once your have a selection on th eforeground, your can invert it and strike delete to remove the background). I

[Gimp-user] Removing Background

2010-09-30 Thread Beassweetpeas
I have just got Gimp and want to remove backgrounds of images.On the video tutorials I have watched there is a box on the right hand side for choosing background. I dont have this although Im sure it was on when I installed it. I only have the Toolbox on the left hand side. Help --

Re: [Gimp-user] Removing Background

2010-09-30 Thread Ofnuts
On 30/09/2010 22:29, Beassweetpeas wrote: I have just got Gimp and want to remove backgrounds of images.On the video tutorials I have watched there is a box on the right hand side for choosing background. I dont have this although Im sure it was on when I installed it. I only have the

[Gimp-user] Removing Background Tutorial

2002-05-06 Thread Jim Clark
Greetings GIMPers- To those with wondrous knowledge, I say again thank you. I scanned in a bunch of very old slides (45 or so years old) and many of them are severely discolored (though they may have been at the time--Ive never seen them before). I have one example at

[Gimp-user] Removing background

2002-04-25 Thread Seth Burgess
Someone did a really nice tutorial on this issue recently and posted the url to this list. Of course I don't know where a searchable archive is so that does not help much does it? The tutorial is at http://www.gimp.org/~sjburges/color_to_alpha/color2alpha.html Do note that my tutorial works

Re: [Gimp-user] Removing background

2002-04-25 Thread Carol Spears
On 2002-04-25 at 2057.01 -0700, Seth Burgess typed this mail: The tutorial is at http://www.gimp.org/~sjburges/color_to_alpha/color2alpha.html Do note that my tutorial works best for non-photographic images, but you can use it to get close with photographic ones and touch up what you need

Re: [Gimp-user] Removing background

2002-04-25 Thread Bret Hughes
On Thu, 2002-04-25 at 23:40, Carol Spears wrote: On 2002-04-25 at 2057.01 -0700, Seth Burgess typed this mail: The tutorial is at http://www.gimp.org/~sjburges/color_to_alpha/color2alpha.html Do note that my tutorial works best for non-photographic images, but you can use it to get

Re: [Gimp-user] Removing Background Tutorial

2002-04-13 Thread Nigel
, 2002 2:12 PM Subject: [Gimp-user] Removing Background Tutorial Since removing a background seems to becoming an FAQ, I whipped up a tutorial last night: http://www.gimp.org/~sjburges/color_to_alpha/color2alpha.html Happy GIMPing, Seth Burgess [EMAIL PROTECTED

[Gimp-user] Removing Background Tutorial

2002-04-12 Thread Seth Burgess
Since removing a background seems to becoming an FAQ, I whipped up a tutorial last night: http://www.gimp.org/~sjburges/color_to_alpha/color2alpha.html Happy GIMPing, Seth Burgess [EMAIL PROTECTED] __ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Tax Center - online

Re: [Gimp-user] Removing Background Tutorial

2002-04-12 Thread Bret Hughes
On Fri, 2002-04-12 at 21:12, Seth Burgess wrote: Since removing a background seems to becoming an FAQ, I whipped up a tutorial last night: http://www.gimp.org/~sjburges/color_to_alpha/color2alpha.html Happy GIMPing, Outstanding tutorial. I had no idea that you could drag a color like

[Gimp-user] removing background

2002-04-11 Thread Seth Burgess
Nikolai, How can I do with gimp to remove the purple color fully and convert the borders where the object is merging with the background into pixels that has Alpha values over yellow color instead of plain orange color ? Very nice description of a classic imaging problem. Luckily, this is