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Remove backgrounds from images in seconds with remove.bg [Week 42/20 in Review]

natterstefan profile image Stefan Natter πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΉπŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» Originally published at blog.natterstefan.me ・5 min read

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Welcome to my "Week in Review" series. Many of us edit images for their next social media post, YouTube video, or article. It can be a frustrating process when it comes to removing backgrounds from images. A team from Vienna made this a lot easier for us and I will show you how.

Please, share your thoughts with me in the comments below or on Twitter.

Remove any background with a few clicks

Remove any background with a few clicks

Thanks to Photoshop, Affinity Photo, and other photo editing apps it has become easier to remove backgrounds without much effort. But what if there's a tool that can do this within your browser, without installing an app? Luckily for us, there is one: remove.bg.

It is super easy to remove backgrounds now. Visit the site, upload the picture you want to edit, and wait a few seconds. You will see the result instantly on your screen and can further customize the output. If you are happy with the image, click download and you are good to go. Fantastic, isn't it? Let me show you an example:

Remove.bg example

πŸ“— Books

I should allocate more time to read and finish "Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us". I still have 20% of the book in front of me. Autonomy, mastery, and purpose. These are the three main areas of motivation 3.0 in Daniel H. Pink's point of view. It makes a lot of sense to me when I read those chapters. The old "if-then" motivation model (e.g. you do this and I'll pay you) does not work in all areas of our modern work environment. People need other types of motivation, and that is the main topic of the book. I can relate to the examples he mentions and describes.

What are you currently reading?

β›“ Links of the Week

🐦 Tweets of the Week








Bye, bye, 42/2020.

See you next week - thank you. πŸ‘‹πŸ»

Stefan


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