Making an image’s layers transparent is one of the easiest ways to make its background transparent. Once you’ve opened your image, click on the layers tab to open the layers. At the top, there is a capacity level that shows defaults from 0% to 100%. Select your default and save your image as a PNG to maintain transparency.
Another option is to create transparent selections. To do this, follow the procedure above to select your layer but ensure that the layers underneath the image are transparent. Then, using the selection tool, select the zone you want to alter and right-click to copy. Use the ‘Del’ button to delete and paste the selection you’ve copied into a new layer. Finish off by lowering that layer’s capacity.
Get the Most Out of Your Transparent Photos Once you are conversant with how to make background transparent in Photoshop, ensure that you can open the image file and use those photos without them accidentally taking on a new background. For this to happen, make sure that layers don’t merge and save the picture as a PNG file. If you can’t find an option for PNG, it means you are using the CMYK format to edit. When this is the case, you’ll have to convert your edited photo into the RGB option before you can save it as a PNG file. Saving as JPG will undo the editing, turning your hard work into wasted effort.