AfterShot Pro 2 for Absolute Beginners – Part 2

AfterShot Pro 2 for Absolute Beginners – Part 2

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Comments (2)

  • Rita Fisher Reply

    I need to easily create a pure white background for jewelry photos for a website. I heard it can be done in one or two clicks in your software. I can’t find the directions for this operation.

    Also, I have a Mac computer, if that is important.

    September 18, 2018 at 10:52 am
    • Adam Reply

      Hello Rita,

      AfterShot Pro is a RAW image file editing suite, and is more focused on effects such as lens correction, watermarking, rebalancing, and batch processing to rapidly apply the same changes to every photo in a large set. For background replacements and other photo editing or graphic design elements, we would suggest a more dedicated photo editing suite such as PaintShop Pro. The intelligent selection tools in PaintShop could certainly set a background to white in just a couple clicks, but currently PSP is only available for Windows – it sounds like you might need to use Wine or a dual-boot setup if you decided to give it a try.

      Hope this helps,
      Discovery Center Team

      September 18, 2018 at 9:31 pm

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