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Need recommendations for Clipping Path Service

 
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Aug 24, 2017 09:29 |  #1

I know I've seen it discussed here, but can not find any threads.

Who have you used that were good or bad?

Anything to be careful of when hiring this service?

These product images will range from very complex to very simple, do you just send them a batch and let them sort it out?

Any help is appreciated.


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Aug 24, 2017 21:22 |  #2

Here are a few I've bookmarked from what others have recommended. I've been doing my own extractions so far, but wanted options in case I ended up with a backlog

https://www.theclippin​gpath.com/ (external link)
https://www.clippingpa​thindia.com/ (external link)
https://www.misterclip​ping.com/ (external link)
https://www.photoshopi​t.com/ (external link)
http://www.psmservo.co​m/extraction-service.html (external link)


1Dx, 5D3 and some L glass (gear list / feedback)
http://MaxPreps.DMVpix​.com (external link)
http://www.DMVpix.com (external link)

  
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Aug 25, 2017 06:04 as a reply to  @ pat.kane's post |  #3

thank you, will check them out over the weekend.

I may have hundreds to do, and don't like sitting at the computer that much. lol


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