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Clipping Path Service

1. Basic Clipping Path

Price: $0.39
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2. Simlpe Clipping Path

Price: $0.49
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3. Compound Clipping Path

Price: $0.79
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4. Exatra Clipping Path

Price: $1.99
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6. Super Complex Clipping Path

Price: $5.99    View more..

7. Multiple Clipping Path

Price: $1.99
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8. Clipping Path with Background Knockout

Price: $1.50     View more..

9. Clipping Path with Drop Shadow

Price: $1.50
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10. Clipping Path with Reflection Shadow

Price: $1.50
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11. Clipping Path with Soft Shadow

Price: $1.50
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12. Clipping Path with Mirror Effect

Price: $1.50
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Masking Service

1. Color Correction Masking

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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2. Layer Masking

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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3. Transparency Masking

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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4. Translucent Masking

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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Other Services

1. Photo Retouching

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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2. Photo Retoration

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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3. Image Manipulation

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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4. Image Enhancing

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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6. Image Darkness

Price: $1.99 (at Starting)
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7. Photo Raster to Vector

Price: $2.99 (at Starting)
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8. Photo Vector to Raster

Price: $2.99 (at Starting)
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"A clipping path (or "deep etch"[1]) is a closed vector path, or shape, used to cut out a 2D image in image editing software. Anything inside the path will be included after the clipping path is applied; anything outside the path will be omitted from the output. "

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"A compound path results from the combination of multiple paths (inclusive and exclusive) and the Boolean operations that ultimately determine what the combined path contains."