What is Rendering Image?
Rendering is the process involved in the generation of a 2D and 3D image from a model using application programs. Mostly rendering is used in video games, architectural designs, and animated movies, TV special effects, simulators, and design visualization. The features and techniques used vary according to the project. Rendering help to increase efficiency and reduce cost in design. Let’s take a look at the step on how to rendering image in photoshop.
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8 Step to Rendering Image in Photoshop
Rendering image with photoshop lets you create many kinds of visual effects. You can make a person appear within a setting he/she was never actually in. Or, make it look like you have photographed multiple copies of a product that you are advertising even though you only photographed a single copy. Adobe created the Refine Mask tool especially for these kinds of images. Refine Mask detects edges of objects appearing in a picture.
Step 1: The first step is to load a picture into Photoshop that has an image you like to render. For example, load a photo of a man whose background you like to remove.
Step 2: Click on the tools palette icon shaped like a lasso to make use of the Lasso tool. Move the mouse to the point of the image outside the outline you want to render. Press and hold the left button of the mouse, then drag around the image. Stay close to image’s outline, but don’t try to be exact that’s the job of Refine Mask. The critical point is not to stray into the image itself.
Step 3: Release the mouse when you have traced correctly around the image, then click the Layer panel button shaped like a circle. This runs the “Add Layer Mask” tool, which creates a mask that hides the background images. The mask looks as a black and white thumbnail on the right of the recently selected layer in the Layers panel.
Step 4: Right click on the mask thumbnail and then click on “Refine” to open the “Refine Mask” dialog box. Slowly drag the “Radius” slider to the right, observing the image closely as you do so. When the background pixels, which now seem in red, begin to intrude onto the image, drag “Radius” back to the left slightly. There may be a gap between the image and the red background.
Step 5: Drag the mouse, which is loaded by default with Refine Radius brush, over a portion of a gap between the image and background. Photoshop remove the gap, so the red background fits snugly to the image.
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Step 6: Use the Refine Radius brush to remove gaps remaining between the image and background and then click on “OK” to close the Refine Mask dialog. The image appears enclosed by white because the white of the default “Background” layer is showing through cutout background of the rendered image.
Step 7: Click the “Background” layer’s eye icon in the Layers panel to make the background completely transparent. Photoshop indicates transparency with a checkerboard pattern that’s colored grey and white.
Step 8: Use the File menu as “Save As” command to save the image as type PNG, which preserves the transparency of the rendering image.