Editing of Digipak Images

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<p> 1. Editing of Digipak Images 2. This is the image being used on the inside cover of the digipak 3. In order to start editing this image, I had to rasterize the image so Im able to remove the background behind the artist. 4. By selecting the magic wand tool, I can start removing the beige colour in the background As you can see, I have selected the image and so now I am able to remove it by inversing what I have selected 5. By clicking on select button and clicking on the inverse, it reverses the selection I have made and removes the beige background rather than the image of the artist itself Now that I have inversed the selection I have made, I then click on refine edge so I am able to edit this image. 6. Refine edge allows me to edit the image through a range of tools such as smoothing out the image, feathering it, contrasting the image and shifting out the edges. After I have levelled out the editing tools I used, I then create a layer mask to finish of my editing of this image. 7. As there were still some unedited bits around my hair, I decided to use the clone stamp tool to clone the edited parts of my hair and use those parts to replace the unedited bits 8. This is now my final edited image that can be seen on my digipak 9. This is another image that can be seen on my digipak 10. I did the same steps as I did for the other image that is on my digipak above. For this image, a material lining can be seen on my shoulder and so to remove this I used the clone stamp tool and cloned my skin to replace that part with 11. And now this is the final, edited image which can be seen on my digipak 12. This image has been used as the front cover of my digipak and again for this image I edited it the same way I edited the 2 previous images. 13. This is the final image which can be seen on the front cover of my digipak 14. This is the overall final digipak </p>