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Hey everyone. I have a few questions regarding an image I'm working with. I have a photo of myself, which filled in the background with white, then silhoetted myself in black - using microsoft digital imaging suite 6. I'd like to make this a clean printable image for a heat transfer, but I'm having a few problems.

- Is there a way that I can clean up the edges of the silhoetted figure? When I blow it up large. The edges are rough.

- Can I make the background transparent instead of white? So, If I want to add in background or other objects, they will show up instead of the white background covering.

When I print the image on paper, tiny tracing lines show up in the white background where I filled in areas with white. Can I get rid of those to make it cleaner?

Will adobe photoshop help any of these?
What about corel draw?

Thank you!!!

Shawn
 

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Hey Shawn,

What you need to do to clean up your image is convert your design into vector format using a vector-based program such as Illustrator. You can use Illustrator to switch out the background color as well. Hope that helps.
 
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