You can remove backgrounds from photos with just one tap using online and offline methods.
Remove.bg is a website that lets you remove backgrounds with one click
Background Erase ~ Stickers is an iOS app that lets you do the same
Photoshop CC 2020 uses machine learning to remove backgrounds
Removing background from images used to be a daunting task. You had to use a software such as Photoshop, and then use some complicated tools and to get a decent final result, you'd have to expend a lot of effort and time. But not anymore, because now we have online platforms that do the hard work for us, thanks to machine learning.
In this guide, we will tell you three methods that you can use on any device, be it an Android or iOS smartphone or a Mac and even a PC, that will help you remove backgrounds from your images.
2. Background Erase ~ Stickers: Remove background from image on iPhone and iPad
Background Erase ~ Stickers is a free app that removes backgrounds from photos on iOS devices with minimal intervention and no watermarks. To use it:
Download and open the app.
Tap Load a new Photo > give the app permission to access your images > select a photo.
Crop your photo so that only the subject remains in the frame and then tap Done > Done > Save.
This app doesn't require a working internet connection.
3. Photoshop CC 20 remove background from image
If you want to remove backgrounds from images on Photoshop without using the Lasso tool or any other complicated actions, there's now a one stop solution. Photoshop CC 2020 has its own machine learning feature called Adobe Sensei which helps you remove the background of an image with a very few clicks. To try it out:
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