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Remove BG recommendation
Best practices to prepare a photo for background removal
High contrast between foreground and background gives better results than low contrast. It is worth ensuring that the photos are taken in good lighting conditions.
Backgrounds with a single-color are easier to remove than backgrounds with many details.
The foreground should be sharp and the edges of the objects should be clear, otherwise, the out-of-focus parts may be removed. If only the edges are blurred, they will still be blurred in the cutout, which may or may not be a problem.
Objects held in the hands or worn on the body are usually supported, while large protruding objects can be problematic and may be removed.
It's important that the entire product be visible in the photo, this means it can't be cut off, obscured, or shaded.
Place the subject in front of a smooth, uniform background (photo studio, wall, floor). This will give you a good indication of the shape of the object to be cut out.
Try to avoid shadows and reflections because they can be mistaken for part of the foreground. This will result in a wrong definition of the object's shape.