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  • #16
    You guys are killing me.

    A logo as a png? A gif? Copy and pasting to transparent layers? MS Paint?

    Seriously?

    I cannot retire from this industry fast enough.

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    • #17
      You can export the logo in PNG format and by using Photoshop software you can insert your logo to an image.

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      • #18
        hello all, i have been helped last year and got my logo background transparent, but i lost it,and need it again, so i m looking for somebody who can help me again for cheap please.
        what i need indeed is to remove the white background of my logo to set it transparent so i can add it to images and it looks much better than this white BG i have now. someone did it last year and explained me how to use it with paint.net. but i do not remember which designer it was who did it for very cheap.
        Last edited by Alex31; 01-08-2017, 12:32 PM.

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      • #19
        To insert a transparent logo to an image , we can follow any of these two steps:

        Starting from scratch:
        Within Photoshop, click File.
        Click New.
        Click Transparent in the Background Contents field.
        When you have finished designing the elements you require (text, shapes, lines, etc) they will appear with a transparent background.
        Click Save for Web when you have finished.

        Existing Image:
        Within Photoshop, select the part of the image that you want.
        Copy and paste it into a new page in Photoshop.
        Double click the background.
        Change the opacity to 0%. You should see a checkered box for the background.
        Click Save for Web.
        Note:
        Save the file as a .png file.


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        • #20
          Originally posted by Alex31 View Post
          hello all, i have been helped last year and got my logo background transparent, but i lost it,and need it again, so i m looking for somebody who can help me again for cheap please.
          what i need indeed is to remove the white background of my logo to set it transparent so i can add it to images and it looks much better than this white BG i have now. someone did it last year and explained me how to use it with paint.net. but i do not remember which designer it was who did it for very cheap.
          thanks i m trying but when i do so i got a window saying "working" and nothing happen

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        • #21
          Originally posted by ruthtaylor View Post
          To insert a transparent logo to an image , we can follow any of these two steps:
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