If you are a photographer, you can save a lot of money by hiring a professional image masking service provider like Clipping Path Space. Our prices range from $1.35 to $5.35 per photo, which is a good deal when you compare it to the price of running a studio of your own. On top of that, you are not forced to spend time and money setting up the perfect background shot for your photos. You can just take a photo within any setting and send it to us for an image masking job. We will remove the photo and send it back to you with a new background in there. The job will be done fast and efficiently.
Clipping Path Space contains the best professional photo editors in the industry. They have a vast amount of knowledge and experience when it comes to background removals with image masking. Not all image masking jobs are the same either because the complexity of photos are often different. That is why we have created five categories for our image masking services. These categories are layer masking, hair masking, channel masking, transparent masking, and complex masking.
Let’s go over each of these image masking categories now. They are arranged from cheapest to most expensive, based on their level of difficulty for the image masking job they refer to.
Layer Masking – Layer masking is a type of image masking and manipulation where you alter a specific image layer’s transparency level. This is useful if you want to have certain elements in your photo more transparent than others.
Hair Masking – When you have an object in your photo which has a lot of fur or hair, it makes it more difficult to mask the background areas in between those little strands of hair. In this case, you would need our hair masking service.
Channel Masking – Channel masking is often referred to as alpha masking. When different objects in the photograph require varying amounts of transparency, then channel masking will be needed. If your photo or image is part of an animation frame, then channel masking will be needed because the background will be changing constantly in each new frame.
Transparent Masking – Transparent masking is when you take the whole image’s background and separate it from the object. From there, you can transfer the object on top of another background, but the object will have some level of transparency. This comes in handy if the object is something like sunglasses or car class.
Complex Masking – For any other type of image masking that is more complex than what is described in these previous 4 image masking categories, it will require a complex masking service. This could even include a combination of two or more of these masking jobs. This will be determined by our experts after they review your job requirements.