Author: Ashleigh Allsopp
Staff Writer at Digital Arts and Macworld. Ashleigh is also a book blogger, duck collector, Galaxy Defender and Potterhead (that’s a mad McFly and Harry Potter fan to you and me).
Open Photoshop file
First of all, you'll need to make sure that the file you're working on is open in Photoshop. Here, we're using a model shot, which will be placed in front of a stripy background.
You can find out how to achieve a cut-out like the model shown above in our 'How to remove a background in Photoshop' tutorial.
We're working on just two layers in this image, but you might be working on lots more layers.