Best way to supply cutouts to a graphic designer

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elliotn Senior Member • Posts: 2,172
Best way to supply cutouts to a graphic designer

Hi

I'm not normally called on to do cutouts, but I've just shot a portrait series for a corporate client where each person had to be cut out and dropped onto two different coloured backgrounds.

This was straightforward (thanks to Topaz ReMask 5), and the images have been supplied as flattened jpegs. Now the creative director has requested the cut-outs, so that he can drop them into a variety of corporate documents.

What is the best was to supply cutouts to a graphic designer?

I currently have layered psds, the top layer of which is the retouched file with a mask to create the cutout. (Beneath are the two coloured backgrounds, and the original file.)

Thanks

Elliot

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