Clipping Paths are the vector outline that is used to draw a separation between an image and the background of that object. It stands as a way of separating an object from the background of the image Clipping Paths are used to cut out objects from the background of an image. These objects are later provided a different background. It seems to be an easy task but needs to be precisely done with a dash of expertise. Clipping Paths may be used to clip out most wanted parts of an image. These parts can then be given an altogether different and appealing background. Clipping Paths are the vector masking techniques that are used in image manipulation software like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, and Corel Draw. It creates a virtual outline around the image that later has to be isolated and extracted from the rest of the pixels that are unwanted or temporarily neglected.
We defined many categories of the clipping path as like simple clipping path, compound clipping path, complex clipping path and super complex clipping path. Our clipping path rate will be depends on the image complexity. Basically we start from US$ 0.50 each simple image.