How To White Background In Photoshop

The ability to manipulate backgrounds in an image is a key skill in the toolbox of any graphic designer or photographer. One of the most common needs is to change an image’s background to white. Today we will guide you step by step on how to create a white background using Adobe Photoshop.

Step 1: Open Your Image in Photoshop

To start, open Adobe Photoshop on your computer. Click on File > Open in the top menu, and select the image from your files that you want to edit.

Step 2: Duplicate the Background Layer

It’s always a good idea to keep a copy of your original image layer. To do this, right-click on the Background layer in the Layers panel and select Duplicate Layer.

Step 3: Select the Subject

Next, you’ll want to select the subject of your image that you want to keep in front of the white background. Photoshop offers a number of tools for making selections, but for this tutorial, we’ll use the Quick Selection tool.

To use the Quick Selection tool:
1. Click on the Quick Selection tool in the toolbar.
2. Click and drag over the subject of your image.

Step 4: Create the White Background

Once you’ve selected your subject, it’s time to create the white background. To do this, we’ll create a new layer with white fill, then move it behind the subject.

To create the white background:
1. Click on Layer > New > Layer to create a new layer.
2. In the Layers panel, drag your new layer so that it is below the layer with your subject.
3. Click on Edit > Fill, and in the dialog box that appears, select White for Contents and click OK.

Step 5: Final Touches

Now that you have your white background, you may need to make some final adjustments to your image. You might want to use the Erase tool to remove any remaining background around your subject, or the Burn tool to darken any white edges.


And there you have it – a white background for your image in Photoshop! By following these steps, you can create clean, professional-looking images for a variety of purposes. So go ahead, open up Photoshop, and start creating!