How to remove the background from your Portrait photos

The amazing iPhone Portrait mode does a great job of blurring the backgrounds of the photos, making the subject stand out from the busy backgrounds. (Apple also uses this depth information for its truly horrible portrait lighting effects, has anyone got a good result from the stage light filter? But that's another story.) get rid of the fund completely? Wouldn't that be something? You are right. And if you have the correct application, it is very easy to delete photo backgrounds.

Delete photo backgrounds with Spotlights

  The Spotlights application cannot delete the background of all photos in Portrait mode.
Spotlights cannot remove the background of all photos from Portrait mode.
Photo: Cult of Mac

The application you will need is Spotlights, which is usually the answer to any question that begins with “Can I?” And ends with “Portrait Mode.” A great editing application for photos, Spotlights specializes in using the three-dimensional depth information contained in the pictures in Portrait mode to edit, manipulate and completely transform your images.

  Looking good, Barbie. Use the photo editing application Spotlights to remove photo backgrounds. when using iPhone Portrait mode.
Looking good, Barbie.
Photos: Cult of Mac

Spotlights offers several tools to manipulate the background of a photo. You can make it black, like Apple's Stage Light, only with more control.You can add a new background photo behind the subject.Or you can remove the background completely, making it transparent.That is the one we are reviewing today.

To start, open Spotlights.Then, t Take a photo in portrait mode with the app's camera or open a vertical photo you took earlier. Then, on the right side panel (in the iPad version), touch the tool Magic wand then the button marked Transparent background . On the iPhone, touch the same tool Magic wand but then touch the + button to open a panel where you can choose depth effects. You will find Transparent background in this panel.

How to remove the fund in Spotlights

Then, you have two controls to perform the actual removal of the fund. The upper slider has two controls, to select the amount of foreground and background that is removed. Experiment to see how it looks. The quality of the result depends entirely on the quality of the depth information. It is possible that the elements at the edge of the screen remain in the image, since they are at the same depth as the main subject.

The second slider sets how much you want to blur the edges of your selection, to get a uniform image. transition.

When finished, you can touch the check mark . You can continue with more edits, or you can touch Save to save the result as a transparent PNG file. You will find the edited image on your Camera Roll, ready to share or open with any other application.

If you've never used Spotlights before, you should check it out. Almost everything you want to do with a portrait picture, you can do it with Spotlights. It's free to try (with a purchase in the app for the pro version), so there's really no excuse.


Price: Free with purchase in the application

Download: Spotlights in the app store (iOS)

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