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PhotoScissors Background Remover - teorex

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K to 12
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Instantly change the look of your images by removing the background with PhotoScissors. Download the program onto your computer or upload a JPG or PNG image to begin. The site ...more
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Instantly change the look of your images by removing the background with PhotoScissors. Download the program onto your computer or upload a JPG or PNG image to begin. The site supports images up to 5Mb with 2.1Mpx resolution. Follow the directions to adjust areas to include or delete. After removing the background, continue designing your image by adding a colored background, uploading an image, or saving as transparent. When complete, download to your computer.

tag(s): editing (78), images (268), photography (144), preK (283)

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Share with students for use with projects to enhance classroom technology and create and combine images without busy backgrounds. For example, create pictures of presidents, castles, or plants for use with any report or on slides for a presentation. Take pictures of students; then remove the background. Save images for use throughout the year in hall displays, bulletin boards, on reward certificates, etc. Add a background to student images as a story starter on historic events, career presentations, or place them as a character within a novel. Modify classroom technology use by having students use an easy website creator like Carrd, reviewed here, where students can upload their image and share their finished story. Introduce a new unit by creating an image using PhotoScissors to place your class in a foreign land. Share that image on FlipGrid, reviewed here, to use as an anticipatory set and ask students to post a video response sharing their thoughts on where they are going and what they already know about the area.
 

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