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How to get rid of the smudges in the background

Posted on 2013-05-15
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This image has a black smudge in portions of the image. However when i am in Adobe Fireworks or Illustrator I see nothing but a transparent background. Can anyone tell me what I need to do to make this look better. I either need to make the smudged area all black or all transparent. Either way will resolve my issue. You support much appreciated. Thank you.
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Question by:ruavol2
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by:Juan Ocasio
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I've used photoshop to sharpen the image.  I'm not sure if Fireworks has a sharpen filter.  I actually thinks it's more of an optical illusion that the smudges appear.
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by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
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I don't see anything wrong
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by:ruavol2
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Sorry guys my fault posted this question way too late last night/morning
Here is what the logo looks like on the website against a black background.
How can I fix this myself......? The sharpening tool sounds like a good idea. Have no idea how to use.
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It's really not blurry, it's just leftovers from some editing or something.

I opened in Photoshop,  created a black bottom layer,  selected the logo with the Magic Wand and Laso/Magic Wand additions (custom selected), then i inverted the selection and used the eraser to erase the blurry whatever.

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by:ruavol2
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Thank you .....and yes that was my fault. I forgot to express the image looked normal until you put it on a black background.. The smudges were there just not visible on a white or opaque background. So thank you for the help. I assume the black layer was for the same shape as the logo itself ..... where the smudges are. Is that what you meant.
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I used the black layer to highlight/show the haze we were trying to find and edit out.
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