GraphicRiver - Intense Background Remover v4 12377371
Complexity: Well-labeled ‘ACTION’ operation and easy to modify to suit your need. This action will duplicate the main document before rendering the image effect thereby leaving your main document (design) intact in case you want to modify it and render it again.
Photoshop ATN | CS3+ | RAR 1,56 MB
GraphicRiver - Intense Background Remover v6 18283507
This Photoshop action will professionally extracts your image from dark/light and colored background without affecting some vital details. Different images have different edge sharpness. With this intense background remover ?actions?, you can smoothly extract anything from a dark and colored background. Try and see!
Photoshop ATN | CS5+ | RAR 3,6 KB
CM - Winter Actions for Photoshop 1844886
These actions work with Photoshop CS6 and CC, and Elements 11 and Newer Versions. You must have a basic knowledge of the software’s operation.This set includes 37 adjustable and time-saving actions These actions were methodically programmed to not interfere with each other and designed to make your workflow easier so you don’t have to flatten the image before the next action is played.
THINGS TO CHECK AND REMEMBER
Your photo is in RGB color mode
Your photo is in 8bit color mode
You are running the English version of Photoshop.
If you are experiencing errors, try resetting your Photoshop preferences. To do this, hold down Alt, Ctrl, and Shift keys (Mac: Command, Option, Shift) while starting up Photoshop. A dialog box will appear asking if you wish to delete the preferences/settings file.
Avoid using small resolution images. For the best results, use Photos between 1500px - 3000px high/wide. Chances of the action running into errors will increase the lower you go under 1000px high/wide. Photos with good color variation and contrast wil work best.
Avoid brushing onto mainly black areas on a photo. The effect is not very prominant when applied to mostly dark areas of a photo.
Remember that adjusting your photo resolution will determine how wide the parts spread out. If you run the action at 72DPI, then the parts will be quite close - if you run it at 300DPI, the parts will be spread much wider. Please refer to the video tutorial for a demonstration of this.
If you experience an 'Out of Memory' error during the action, go to the menu 'Edit -- Purge -- All' then press play again on the action to continue it. This can happen if you have insufficient memory installed on your computer. Photoshop can chew up lots of memory!