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I have an image of a dog, and I want to use it on a web page. I only want the picture in a white oval, but when I go to save it as a .jpeg, the transparent layer in the .psd version is filled with white - so the whole canvas is a square white background around the dog's pix. How can I trim the picture to just an oval image? Please help. Thanks in advance.
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With the already trimmed (to oval) image, export as GIF or PNG so as to retain transparency in a Web browser.
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That worked! Thank you!
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Correct instructions, rapid response.
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