The clipping path service is an excellent choice if you require precise image editing. It enables you to remove the background from an image or isolate specific elements within an image for further editing. It is easy to use, highly efficient, cost-effective, and time-effective, making it an ideal solution for many image editing needs.

To accomplish this, we use the Photoshop pen tool, which works for various tasks, such as background removal, background replacement, mannequin removal, unwanted object removal, simple path selection, and more. Our services are regularly used by professional photographers, retailers, e-commerce owners, online stores, prepress companies, creative directors, studio managers, and advertising agencies.

We offer several pricing options for our clipping path services, ranging from basic, simple, medium, complex, multiple, and super-complex, with pricing based on the complexity of the images.


When it comes to removing the background of an image, the most commonly used technique is clipping path. This involves using the pen tool in Photoshop to cut out the subject from a 2D image, resulting in a clean and precise output.

To begin the process, our team of professional photo editors carefully draw a path around the edges of the subject. Once this is complete, the background of the image is removed, leaving only the subject remaining.

Clipping path is typically used for images with hard and smooth edges, such as tables, chairs, and mannequins. To ensure the best possible result, we categorize this technique based on the level of difficulty of the product being edited.


In order to provide exceptional service, we have categorized this particular service into 6 groups based on the complexity of the products. Different techniques of clipping path are applied for each category in order to produce a perfect result. Below are the categories you can choose from:

Basic Clipping Path

The basic clipping path is generally used for products that have a straight, rectangular, square, round, or oval shape. This is a simple category in which the product does not have any holes. Some examples of products that fall under this category are books, cups, monitors, mobile phones, balls, eggs, and so on.

Simple Clipping Path

A simple clipping path is used for products with straight, square, rectangular, round, and oval shapes. However, the main difference between a simple and basic clipping path lies in the presence of a hole. In a simple clipping path, products such as shirts, pants, watches, glasses, and rings appear with holes.

Medium Clipping Path

Medium clipping path is used to extract images that have complex shapes with multiple holes, curves and twists. Unlike simple clipping path, products that require medium clipping path contain several holes and show up with a higher number of anchor points. Examples of products that fall under this category include bracelets, shoes, knick-knacks, engine parts, sets of watches, and more.

Complex Clipping Path

The term “Complex Clipping Path” is used for products that have intricate shapes and designs. This method is generally used for products with many holes (over 10) and many closed paths. Examples of such products include necklaces, chains, nets, furry dolls, chandeliers, trees, buildings, and more.

Multiple Clipping Path

Multiple clipping path is a technique used for images that require the creation of multiple paths. This method allows the patterns and edges of the image to be outlined, giving customers the opportunity to create multiple images of the same product. For example, if there is a model wearing a shirt, pants, a cap, and a pair of shoes, we will create a separate path for each item. This ensures that each item can be edited or removed independently, without affecting the other items in the image.

Super Complex Clipping Path

Numerous images have a vast number of anchor points and paths that require a complex clipping path technique. This technique is used for objects with high intricacies such as bicycles, motorcycles, cars, groups of people, collections of food items, sets of jewelry, and more. However, this method is extremely time-consuming and laborious due to the excessive intricacies of the products.

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