How to Use the Cutout Feature in Photoleap
Photoleap’s Cutout tool is a nifty one with lots of great uses! We’ve set out a few examples below:
- Remove people from photos: This is a great way to create composite photos or to make it look like you're in a different place.
- Cut out objects: This can be used to remove distractions from photos or to create more interesting compositions.
- Change the background of a photo: This is a fun way to create new and interesting looks for your photos.
- Create collages: This is a great way to combine multiple photos into one creative piece.
To get started with the Cutout tool:
- Launch the Photoleap app and tap + to add the photo you wish to edit.
- Tap on the Cutout tool
- The Auto Cutout option will be selected by default. This will use the app's AI to automatically detect the objects in your photo that you may want to cut out.
- Select the object you want from the menu and the app will remove the rest.
- With the Erase and Restore brushes, sculpt your selection to perfection, adding or tweaking areas you don’t want to include, or which Autocut may have missed.
- Once you're happy with the selection, tap the Check icon. The object will now be cut out from the photo. You can then move it around, resize it, or even delete it.
- You can now use the rest of the tools available to edit your photo.
- When you’re happy with the result, tap Save and select the size, quality and file extension for your photo.
When saving your cutout, opt for a PNG. This will leave the transparent areas open, allowing you to easily use the item you have cut out in other projects.
Articles in this section:
- Where can I find tutorials?
- What are Layers and how do I use them?
- How to Use the Cutout Feature in Photoleap
- How to animate a photo in Photoleap
- How many Layers can I use per Project?
- How can I change the size of my Project?
- How do I delete my Projects?
- How can I change the background?
- How can I remove someone/something from my photo?
- How do I add a transparent logo in Photoleap?