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Specific quality demands


When you're isolating images, you can't just do it randomly. Especially if there are a lot of retouchers working for the same online store. The images should be consistent with each other, and they should also look good.

Click to see at 100%, otherwise, you might not be able to notice how hard the edges are on the left image

The edges of isolated objects should be smooth and consistent. No hard or jagged edges!

There's a whole bunch of dots and background residue on the left image

The background should be white (255-255-255) and bear no dust, dots or any residue.

The metal element to the left was severely damaged in the process of isolation

Parts of the products should not be “eaten away” and filled with white during isolation.

Cutting items from the sides is not the best idea when isolating

It’s not appropriate to cut into the products during isolation so that they become smaller then they were.

The fur to the left was just erased with a soft eraser instead of proper isolation

Fur should not be blurry. It should look like fur no matter if isolated or not.

Same thing here. A poor resemblance of feathers on the left image

Same with feathers or any other complex edges.

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